Its great working with Bayshore Community Hospital.Honestly I have experienced much working with this giant firm.Pretty much a typical day as any other facility would involve attaining to patients,drawing their blood samples and transporting it to their respective labs.Checking on residents day to day activities and many more.However based on the facility management,I would give them credits for aspect in which the value time and respect their clients and patients.Also the relationship with coworkers is a potential aspect which is why I believe keeps them moving on.The difficult part is when you are assigned with couple of patients to get their blood sampels,and on a fast time paste.The best part of this job are the benefits which comes with it like health insurance,paid time off.etc
My experience here before all was the most humbling experience. Working in the healthcare industry is tough. You have to have a strong heart to experience situations that others are going through, and let me tell you, it might not be your loved one, but is hard to see the pain in others. At the same time it helps you realize how grateful you should be. From the cafeteria to the Chief Operating Officer, they are all very nice, and they sincerely care about team work. We are talking about more than 10 departments trying to work together and run things smooth for the best of their patients.
Being short staff is a challenge specially when HR has a long process due to company regulations on hiring someone and it really puts a lot of pressure on others specially managers
Social Worker-Nursing Home (Former Employee) – Holmdel, NJ – June 6, 2015
A typical work day is always extremely busy, there's a lot of demanding patient and family contact which is always rewarding. The hardest part of the job is family members not visiting their loved one. The most enjoyable is always watching the geriatric residents enjoy themselves as much as they can.
Patient Care Associate (Current Employee) – Holmdel, NJ – June 10, 2012
I start off taking blood pressure, temps, and oxygen levels. I get report on from the nurses on the patients care that I will all or all of them if I am alone. I'll go around and introduce myself to the patients see if they need anything. after I do my rounds I'll assist the nurses with anything they need on a patient, answer calls, relay messages to and from the patient, family members to nurses. Overall I continue to check on the patients and help them with anything they need, make their stay there east and comfortable as possible.
Intensive Care Unit Volunteer (Former Employee) – Holmdel, NJ – April 11, 2013
I started helping in the ICU as a volunteer secretary - filing paperwork in charts, answering phones, making copies, etc., but then they allowed me to assist in the patient room - helping stock rooms, bring water, help the patient be comfortable in bed...this volutneer job is what helped me decide to become a certified home health aide.
Growing Hospital, recently taken over by meridian health care services
Food Service Supervisor (Current Employee) – Holmdel, NJ – August 21, 2012
During a typical day, the hospital count is usually around 120 patients, mostly consisting of room service. The hospital started room sevice two years ago, patients can now call and order food when they want, similar to what a restaurant provides.