Tray passer (Former Employee) – Natrona Heights, PA – November 27, 2015
This job gave me a lot of opportunities to learn how to respect people and clean well after others. I started my day off with cleaning the kitchen from the morning and afternoon crew. I then would start to out the patients trays in the cart to take them. After serving all of the patients, i would go back and collect all of the dirty trays. I would take them all downstairs so the others could start putting them in the dish washers. After they were all collected, i would stock off of the food and get ready for the next day.
Team lead (Former Employee) – Natrona Heights, PA – January 1, 2015
Work not distributed fairly, top heavy with management who are not suitable for their positions, salary below market average, physical plant is deteriorating and not maintained, no recognition for job well done, poor employee moral, sent home often due to low census
no respect from management, no employer match for retirement savings, salary below market average
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Natrona Heights – August 9, 2015
I currently work for AHN. I love the Management and feel they are very fair and go out of their way to help whenever needed. Asking for time off is rarely a problem if given appropriate time for the request.The units are very busy so don't apply if you like to sit and talk.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Natrona Heights, PA – August 5, 2015
Was a great place to work for 12 years. Just wish they would help you work around schedule if emergency's come up. Didn't like when my cousin pasted away I was given an attitude by management and was told I was only allowed one day to grieve.
Nurses Aide - RN (Former Employee) – Natrona Heights, PA – June 9, 2014
A typical day at work was never the same. What I learned was something new everyday. Management was teaching you to be a through nurse. My co-workers would assist you if you needed help. The hardest part of the job was being a new nurse. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning .
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Natrona Heights, PA – September 27, 2014
I love small town hospitals. this is definetly one. Everyone appears friendly and people you don't know will say hi to you. Its very comforting. A typical day starts out in report at 7am sharp. then you pass out am meds, the do your assessments as you go, check for orders. after lunch its about the same thing. every nurse has their routine.