great people, lots of good opertunties and good pay.
AM Cook (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – June 5, 2016
I would prepare all of the food for the faculty for both breakfast and lunch and the also provide ala carte room service menu options to our patients during these times. I learned about therapeutic diets, modified textures and other dietary restrictions. Management was nice, but not very good at holding people to their required level of job performance. Co-workers are great people with warm hearts. Hardest part of the job was dealing with the gap of culinary knowledge and the level of quality. The most enjoyable part of the job was creating the room service menu and doing all of the special catering functions to my whims.
This was a good palce to work they treated me well
Diagnostic Scheduler (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – October 12, 2015
I liked the job there really. They just went union when I left and therefore it was a little sketchy, They didn't pay me as well as they could have at all. I enjoyed the job itself nut the management changed often and it is certainly not a non profit organization and that makes a difference. I preferred working in the evenings as there weren't so many fingers pointing at each other. I made good friends and still have them to date. I gained a lot of really good knowledge
knowledge base, I learned a lot, made good friends and had fun.
not enough pay and some of the people werent always so kind, I could tell the money was most important at times.
Registration (Current Employee) – Olympia, WA – February 24, 2015
They have very unhappy ladies running Admitting. They hire young inexperienced people so they dont look bad, since neither of them really work or help. Loved nursing Staff and other employees but when you have unhappy uptight ladies running it you can't help but dislike working there. They need to upgrade and get new supervisor and director that want to work and not just there for a paycheck.
Staff Nurse/ Labor and delivery/Newborn Nursery (Current Employee) – Olympia, WA – July 31, 2013
My typical shift in Labor and delivery invloves caring for a woman and guiding her through her labor process, whether it is a spontaneous labor and a planned piticin induction. I have learned to provide women with information, let them make their choice and respect it, unless there is a potential risk to them or their unborn infant. I assist the woman with birth, support breastfeeding as needed and monitor the woman carefully after delivery for postpartum complications. My other typical day is a shift in the level1 nursery where I provide 1:1 care to sick newborns. I provide IV therapy, oxgyen adminstration, feeding support, and monitor vital signs
physicians practicing at cmc tend to observe the standards of care of labor and delivery
Material Management (Former Employee) – Westside of Olympia, WA – July 23, 2013
A typical day would consist of restocking shelves with medical supplies, pulling orders from departments within the hospital, delivering those orders to the correct departments, and putting away the medical supplies in each supply room. From this job I learned how to be more personable with others while maintaining a professional demeanor.
Operating Room Materials Coordinator (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – June 21, 2013
Learned how to manage my time, understanding if something was needed for a surgery how important its needed for a particular surgery. Struggled with some co-workers, but enjoyed most of my co-workers. Hardest part trying to make everyone happy and not letting it get to me. take pride in doing job well.
Occupational Medicine Liaison (Former Employee) – Olympia WA – September 24, 2012
Wonderful place to work. My day started at 7:30am and ended at 3:30pm. I had a hand in the interview process, setting up new accounts, data entry. My coworkers were wonderful to work with, we learned from each other. Hardest part of the job was not having enough hands to get things done.