Pros: none on the unit i worked on it was just work, work
Cons: never got a 15 minute break in the am or pm as there was too many tasks to do in one day
Broadlawns is a good but small county hospital. I have had treatment there for about 1.5 years. The doctors are good and the hospital is through when you are seeking treatment. Because of this I submitted an application and was hired. The job was very frustrating as some of the staff had been there a long time and felt that they ran the unit I was a clerk on. I had a supervisor that had come abroad and did not even know me. However, he listened to several people that did not like me and felt I should not be in the position I was in. He wrote me up based on a write up that was previously written to me when I was really sick. His write up was a mirror of the first one that I had been given. I was trained but not for as long as I was supposed to be trained for. I was not well both mentally and physically. But I gave it my best once I had gotten back on medications and I was feeling better. I was praised by the nurses I worked with and when asking my supervisor 3 weeks after his write up if I was doing better, he answered yes and sited where he had seen growth. Three days later I was fired based on a made up story that never happened. gunning for me. Mty typical day was answering non stop phones, setting up day surgery on a computer, making up packets of paperwork, checking in patients and greeting anyone that came to the wondow. There is many other duties that I did in a day but too many to list. The clinic was actually a 2 person office that was 1 person had to attempt to keep running smoothly and was not able to do so. My recommendation is that prospective really check out the unit you would be working on prior to accepting a position with Broadlawns.