Registration associate (Former Employee), Inglewood – November 19, 2013
Pros: it's a job
Cons: treated very poorly by others, hostile work environment, favoritism
NOT VERY GOOD. The people are rude to each other; treated very disrespectfully. A VERY hostile work environment!! I was lied too on several occasions. HORRIBLE!! They don't want to pay anyone benefits so they say full time but hire per diem. Poor training
very challenging and allowed growth as and individual
Planner (Current Employee), Inglewood, California – August 21, 2013
I learned a lot and developed strong bonds within my work environment.I learned about the need for prioritizing and paying close attention to detail. My coworkers and I make it a point to be a cohesive team. The hardest part of the job is sometimes not having enough time in the day to get to every case. My favorite part of the job is when my coworkers, – more... my superiors and patients acknowledge all the care and attention I put into every case that I work on. – less
Fast paced environment with learning opportunities.
Registered Nurse, Telemetry Unit (Current Employee), Inglewood, CA – June 11, 2013
Pros: friendly staff.
Cons: payscale is not competitive to other similar healthcare facilities.
Centinela hospital is located in a underserved community located in city of Inglewood close to Los Angeles Airport. It covers a greater area of southwest. Recently it has become top 100 hospitals for cardiac surgery. Hospital was purchased by prime health care in 2007.
ER Technician (Current Employee), Inglewood, CA – August 30, 2012
Pros: helping people
Cons: seeing a blatant abuse of healthcare on a nightly basis
Working in an Emergency room a typical day consists of interacting with patients, patients family members, nurses and doctors. My position is essentially to help the nurses and doctors in patient care. That may be anything ranging from conducting an EKG to making sure that everything is stocked and in working order. I have learned a great deal working – more... at Centinela Hospital Medical Center. I have learned to work along side many different personalities and under incredibly stressful situations. I enjoy working with many people in an ever changing environment. I mean this literally, at my hospital we mainly hire new grad RN's. Consequently, the turn over rate for RN's in the emergency room. The hardest part of this job is seeing death and violence any given night. I find many things enjoyable about this job; such as,being part of a team that helps stabilize a critical patient to just helping them smile when they are in the Emergency Room. – less