Travel RN (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 10, 2017
ZIt was a good place to work with a good recruiter and good workplace culture. The hardest part of the job was having to do travel nursing every 3 months and going to a new work environment every 3 months and orientating to a new work environment. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping patients with their health problems
I worked at Richland Correctional through ATC Health Services. I did not like this job, it was not for me. I would only recommend this job for people who have no heart. It is tough being nice and working in a prison.
Travel Nurse (Former Employee) – Melville, NY 11747 – July 3, 2017
This was a good company to work for , they supplied all my room and board and all expenses. I have no issues with this company. They conveyed good communication, and demonstrated a positive team approach.
company is very stingy had to beg for a completion bonus and pay was average but could have been better. recruiter waited days to return calls/emails. waited til the last minute to try to find my 3rd assignment then offerred me everything i didnt want. worked 2 assignments but will never work for them again. awful customer service
if i have to chose a pro id say the pay was average
worst recruiter, no completion bonuses, poor communication
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Palos Heights, IL – March 6, 2015
Very nice place to work, learned a lot about 504 plan and IEP. Deal with children who have health issues, making sure they can be in school with assurance that there is professional nurse there that can help them.
Private Duty Caregiver (Former Employee) – Sharpsburg, PA – December 16, 2014
Helped a wheelchair patient with daily needs from the morning showers, cooking her breakfast/lunch/dinner, doing her laundry. Also took care of another patient that required more care and was bed ridden.
Dependable, genuine effort to keep employees employed regardless of difficult facilities
Franklin Medical Center Floor RN (Former Employee) – FMC, Harmon Ave., Columbus, Ohio – November 6, 2014
A typical day at work consisted of primarily paperwork for the Registered Nurse who was responsible for the complete skilled nursing patient assessment for at least 10 patients and sometimes more. The RN was also responsible for all intravenous medications that were ordered for his/her patients. The RN worked with other RNs and LPNs most of whom were permanent employees of the state as well as hospital aides who solely were provided by ATC by contract. The work environment was the medical center for prison inmates with medical and surgical issues and I learned about working as a health care provider within that system. My co-workers were a mixture of unusual and challenging personalities along with those with whom it was fairly easy to work. The hardest part of the job was going through a time of "testing for the first several months in the form of difficult and disgruntled co-workers and also working the 3rd shift. The most enjoyable part was simply being employed full time in a profession that I greatly enjoy and having to travel to only 1 workplace site for the most part.
fairly steady, full time employment with reasonable reimbursement
The unusual, challenging personalities, who's issues often made simply accomplishing work as a team almost impossible.
Clerical (Current Employee) – Mobile – August 20, 2014
A typical day I would come in and immediately start filing papers on the desk that needed to be done. I would answer phone calls and take in time sheets, record them. I learned how to file papers, make important phone calls, multitask, communication, patience. My co-workers were always friendly. The hardest part of the job was using old equipment. The most enjoyable part was meeting new people and learning new things.