Overall Reviews at MD Anderson Cancer Center
Manager of Volunteer Services | Houston, TX | Oct 5, 2020
The patients are what keep me coming to work each day. The work that I do directly impacts the patient experience and it feels good to provide comfort to all of our stakeholders. The hardest part of my job is trying to read through the lines of management and their priorities.
Senior Administrative Assistant | Houston, TX | May 19, 2020
Excellent place to work. Employees are appreciated, and the mission is to care for the patient!
I felt appreciated, and a very positive experience.
Regulatory Specialist | Houston, TX | Jun 30, 2020
Great place to work and learn
Is a great place to work and quite rewarding. the patients and staff are wonderful. questionable leadership. Great place to work, and learn. if you take advantage of it. Was part of lay offs where you finally realize that you are but a job description, the higher ups that were forced to leave or asked to leave in 2017 are going through what the people who were laid off during that time.
Prosteaching, the staff
Consclaim transparency but not.
Prior Authorization Specialist | Gilbert, AZ | Oct 28, 2019
it was a good place to work
There were a lot of changes taking place when I was there. We went from 5 schedules prior authorization specialist down to two in a matter of a couple of months. It created a lot of work but it was appreciated by the nurse manager.
Data Coordinator | Houston, TX | Feb 27, 2020
A great place to work.
MDACC is a great place to work.
My manager is very supportive.
The work is relevant to my career goals.
My colleagues are very, very supportive of me and my work ethic and goals.
The company is supportive of diversity and the personal well-being of its employees.
There are many opportunities for education and advancement within the company.
The benefits and retirement package are very generous.
The company stresses diversity and encourages involvement in this area.
I understand why the retention level is so high.
Development Director | Houston, TX | Dec 5, 2019
Mission oriented organization, we a clear strategic plan.
Mission oriented organization, with high expectations from employees. Team oriented decision making. A sense of purpose in the work is connected to the mission.
Patient Assistant | Houston, TX | Jun 6, 2014
An exciting, innovative, challenging place to work
Each day had a purpose and a since of fulfillment.
Advancement opportunities were lucrative as well as on the job training/cross training.
Department of Radiation Oncology, Clifton D. Fuller, MD | Houston, TX | Mar 10, 2020
Great place to work. Lots of smart people to learn from. Really enjoyed my time there. Highly recommend working here. I was able to learn a lot from really excellent people.
Senior Administrative Analyst | Houston, TX | Jun 11, 2019
Depends on your management/department
It would be nice if your department helped you to develop your skills and want you to advance. some departments do, unfortunately mine did not. some environments are laid back and some are stressful and demanding
Clinic Manager | Houston, TX | Aug 13, 2017
Very low morale
I always had excellent performance evaluations but was chosen at the sacrificial lamb when layoffs occurred. There were other supervisors who were not as efficient as I was.
The clerical staff had no compassion.