Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Canton, OH – August 15, 2017
Worked in a small office with very little supervision. We had headsets in all day,so it was a very quiet environment. Transcription is very interesting, always obtaining interesting medical knowledge. I was fortunate enough to start my employment before new transcriptionists were required to have certificates. I was trained while working. The job suited me perfectly. The only reason I retired was that the hospital went to a voice-recognition system.
Very well keep facilities and much education provided and required monthly to maintain current with changes and updates. Push for RN's to be BSN with no real advancement after acquiring BSN and no tuition reimbursement except discount rate to go to their college.
very faced paced daily how to work together as a team and support each other management work very close with us providing support and updated changes with medical insurance companys and practices who we support. work culture very is low key but very supportive no hard part of day loving your job and feeling satisfied with giving 100 %
Aultman is what you make of it, MEANING, that is a large facility and at first it can be easy to feel like a number. After settling in, if you want it to be a work family, that will happen. TONS of opportunity for people with a positive attitude. I don't see many Debbie Downers advance here, regardless of their experience.
Hardest part of the job is feeling like you don't have the resources or time to get the patients where you'd like them to be all the time, medically. I feel like that's a global nursing issue, and not specific to Aultman.
Most enjoyable part is the education offered to me. Aultman has made me the nurse my prior facility never could have. It really speaks to our hospital and it's Magnet status.
Management is per floor. I have had great ones, and awful ones. Again, a universal issue.
I always get a lunch break and I always get to urinate, if that tells you anything.
Culture. Education. Benefits. Perks. PAY.
Always short staffed. Advancement can be about who you know.
day starts at 7:00am . Would start off seeing assignment and set the operating room up. Then would call for the next patient. Get the previous patient to the recovery room. Clean the room and get it set up for the next patient.
I do not work here, but my clinical hours were great. I always had something to do and was never bored. I would love to work here. All of the patient's are fun and full of energy, except for the elderly.
CPhT (Current Employee) – Canton, OH – March 1, 2017
We have a lot of technology based work, at times it is very stressful. It also very rewarding and overall a great place to work. I have learned a great deal about the pharmacy profession in my 13 years at Aultman Hospital.
Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – 4 South – October 17, 2016
I really enjoyed my experience working at Aultman Hospital. They treat their nurses well and the pay/benefits are very competitive. I worked on a tough floor but was able to learn so much. I grew tremendously as a nurse from the experience I got at Aultman.