great places because people looked out for one another
Unit Secretary/Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 3, 2015
data entry of DR orders,make sure all labs were on pt charts,keep up with pt broad, make sure i discharg pt out of computer when they leave and admit new one as they come, give out septra link phones to nurses and get them back at end of shift. i learned to be very patient here due to the over turn of many managers,
I got a chance to float to different floors to get a different enviromemt.
Echo/Vascular R.V.T. Sonographer (Current Employee) – Culver city, CA – September 9, 2014
I am the first echo vascular technician to arrive every morning to the hospital, I organize and delegate all the studies for the other technicians and make the schedule. On a typical day I perform 8-10 studies, some stress tests and EKGs depending on the doctor’s orders.
I have learned to manage my department and coordinate with the other technicians and doctors. I have over 7 years’ experience and I am the senior technician in the department. I have learned how to optimize my time and my department.
I work well with all my coworkers and assist them with and issues or complications they might have and train students from various ultrasound colleges.
The thing I enjoy most is the satisfaction of knowing I made a difference in a patient’s life.
Respiratory Care Practitioner (Current Employee) – Culver City, CA – April 19, 2014
A typical day at work begins by a thorough assessment of your patients. I immediately get acquainted with their history and physical and current condition so I can be of better assistance. When I come across any challenges, I can always look to my lead or coordinators for help. The hardest part of the job is knowing that some diseases or conditions cannot be reversed. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that at some point in time, I contributed to providing comfort and excellent patient care to an individual in need.
EVS Worker (Former Employee) – Culver City – April 11, 2014
Cleaning and sanitize through out the most of the shift that would be a typical day. I have learned and was trained on the stripper and Wax machine the management at Brotman was enforce and was well ran. There was only 4 co-workers on the shift I work which would be grave yard and on Fridays and saturdays I was the lead so with that being said they were kind work hard and follow direction well. The hardest part of the job was trying to stay awake other than that everything else was common sense and what I enjoyed most was working with surgeons and doctors.
Staff Nurse ICU (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – February 17, 2014
Taking care of critical care patients, monitoring labs result, calling doctors. Monitoring vital sign every two hours, daily assessment every four hours.I learn working together as a term, can make your wor and day so much easy. Didnt get too much into management,just a lot of malfunction machines and equipements to complete sudden tasks. The hardest part of the job, not enough help or staffs, used a lot of registry.The most I enjoyed was my coworkers and working together,
short break or sometime no break due to short of help.
Reliable it was fun being there, I liked helping out.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – July 25, 2013
A typical day would be high traffic, in and out the building. I had to be on top of everything. Answering phone calls/ transferring calls,assisting visitors enforcing policies, dispatching calls and logging in activities.responding to calls assessing situation, monitoring CCTV camera screens.management was excellent.Co-workers where fun to work with.The hardest part of the job was dealing with certain people who didn't want to follow protocols.But at the end of the day I enjoyed how rewarding the job was. That we had control of every situation.
Productive and learned a lot with regards to Finance
Accounts Payable Supervisor (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – July 17, 2013
Since we are in Chapter 11 We need to pay every thing that we buy COD. A typical day was typing manual checks to include with the Purchase Orders to be sent by Purchasing Department. I learned a lot on how to allocate and request funding from Financing Company and to budget the existing funds previously granted by them. My co-workers are very cooperative and we worked as a team. The hardest part of the job was when you were given less funding than what you expected and you cannot provide the department the most needed supply of labor and materials needed at the time. The most enjoyable part of the job was you met with top level management of the company everyday to discuss finances.
Surgical Technologist clinical rotation (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – February 27, 2013
The OR employees are pretty easy going and so are the doctors. Unless you have money you will always be hungry. If you are a student, prepare to be the answer to everyone's mistakes even if you're absent or work in another department.
hands on experience
sleep and sexualy deprived employees are super bitter and always looking for fresh meat.
Brotman Medical Center was an excellent Hospital to work for.
Chemical Dependency Nurse/Psychiatric Nurse (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – January 7, 2013
Interact with patients. Set Limits, Encouraged patients to go to groups.Dispense medications. The hardest part of the job was when a patient needed to go into restraints to protect themselves and or others. I learned how to interact with the nursing team and MD's in a more efficient manner.
Enjoyed working with professionals (Doctors and RNs)
Payroll Supervisor (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – May 14, 2012
My day is spent resolving employees issues. Creating ad-hoc reports. Entering data into Kronos and Ceridian. Working in a multi-cultural environment I've learned to listen more carefully. The hardest part was very little support from management. The more rewarding part of my job was giving superior customer service by helping employees with the assistant they needed.