Volunteer (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – December 14, 2015
A Typical day there was helping patients to and from rooms, discharging them, and helping them with their needs. We also delivered equipment to and from different locations. I learned how to talk to people and help them coupe with their situations, and make them smile. The management was good as to the fact that they helped out and worked with us. The co-workers were friendly and helpful as well. The hardest part of my job was navigating my way through the hospital grounds. the most enjoyable was meeting new people
Meeting people. Helping others. and seeing people smile
Performance Improvement Intern (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 6, 2015
13 weeks for a summer internship is not that long. However, Christian made it extremely valuable for me. I had the opportunity to form relationships with everyone in management that not only coached me but provided me with multiple projects that I worked on. The vast array of opportunities that were provided to me not only helped me learn more about the organization but about myself as well. They are extremely supportive of my strengths and constantly provided guidance for my weaknesses. They are also very receptive to new ideas to improve existing systems.The only challenge I faced, which is something that is expected in large organizations, is that information or tasks that required the input of other departments had some delays due to differences in priorities and existing workload on their part. Overall, everyone in the organization has a very positive attitude and utmost respect for the management which creates a wonderful culture to work in.
lab tech lll (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 4, 2015
The days I work there is great. I deal with people every day. I've learned how to deal with different emotions, cause the people that comes there deals with cancel and we become there friends and they becomes our. I learn how to perform my job in a professional manner, but with lost of laughter. The co-workers get a long very well. we work as a team so the our patients can have a great day. The hardest part of this job is watching patient die slowly. I never to deal with it, but never get used to it. The most enjoyable part of it is the get well and ring the bell. bust most of all just being there while they go though.
I've experienced many challenges while at Christian Hospital including a major shift in our patient status occurring in the past few years.
Staff Nurse, RN (Current Employee) – Bellefontaine, MO – November 24, 2014
I believe that the hardest part of the job is acclimating to the new types of patients that we're treating. More of the patients we treat now have a felonious background. We're having to find alternate ways of treatment.
Full time employee (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – September 10, 2014
Christian Hospital is a great facility that is currently in a tough spot. It has wonderful Cardiac, Stroke and Oncology programs. The employees work very hard to give the patients excellent service, doing more with less.The managers are spread really thin and work very hard. The whole BJC corporation is going through restructuring and it is difficult on everyone.
Community Service Volunteer (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 6, 2014
I walk in the volunteer office with a smile on my face. I just love doing community service for this hospital. They thank me every time I do a good deed and never once have they put me down and I know they never will. Thank you Christian Northeast Hospital.
Floor Technician (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 14, 2014
Floor Technicians scrub, shine, clean and repair carpeted and noncarpeted areas using appropriate equipment and chemicals. This improves the overall appearance of the organization, presenting a clean environment to visitors and employees. Skills Stripping, waxing, buffing, burning, and detailing floors. Carpet cleaning and general housekeeping. Ability to operate machines, such as scrubbers, swing machines, hand burners, and carpet cleaners.
Unit Secretary/CNA (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – December 5, 2013
Rehab floor was the best. Nicest and most helpful doctors, nurses and staff anyone could ask for. Being sent to another floor was the worst part. Did not know the staffing on those floors well and they didn't bother going out of their way to introduce themselves or to help. (There were a few good ones). AMCU was also a good floor with great helpful staff and nurses. Nursing office was understandably a busy, stressful area but they had a bad habit of talking bad about people without knowing the circumstances and thought they were GOD.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Florissant, MO – October 16, 2013
The multidisciplinary staff coordinated quality care toward patients. .My coworkers and manager provided and upheld the utmost respect for me during my employment.The hardest part of my job was approaching grieving families.IThe most enjoyable part of my job was willing staff to assist other staff as needed and respect held for patients,families and staff.
after 8p.m. family members regain entrance to hospital via emergency room
It was a productive and interesting place of work.
Pharmacy technitian (Former Employee) – Perris, CA – August 9, 2013
It was a nice place to work as coworkers were friendly and helpful. I learned a lot of things; I prepared I.V.P.B. and large volume parenteral and perform unit-dosing procedures and I maintained inventory and reorder medications. I prepared and administered oral and parental medications using ascetic techniques and I gained experience in IV add mixture, pharmaceutical dosage forms, calculations, and drug's actions.