CT Technologist/Radiology Technologist (Current Employee), Jeffersonville, IN – October 2, 2015
Most of the staff here are friendly and fun to work with. Management is very approachable. Upper management is open about finances of hospital, things that are being done well, and the things that need improvement.
Nurse Care Coordinator (Current Employee), Jeffersonville, IN – June 2, 2015
Pros: Good community events, Some employee recognition for outstanding performance.
Cons: No raises since 2011
Worked with a lot of great people and managers. I practically grew up in this hospital. I learned great customer service, what working as a team really means and the importance of a smile. Caring and – more... smiling makes a difference in the sick. The hardest part of my job was when I could not spend the time that I wanted with my patients due to lack of time. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting new people and making a difference in my patients and families lives. – less
Certified Nursing Assistance/ Unit Secretary (Current Employee), Jeffersonville, IN – August 5, 2014
My typical work day is very fast and a lot of multitasking. Management at my work I don't really see because they are in meetings all day. My co-workers are amazing; they have great team work. The hardest part of my job is not being able to be in all of my patients room at the same time. I enjoy the 1on1 time with my patients.
RN (Current Employee), Jeffersonville, IN – August 4, 2014
I love this employer, the patient demographic is very diverse which make for an exciting environment. The Doctors are wonderful, and my peers are very accountable, fun people. I hate to leave, but I cant work nights any longer.
Medical Lab Technician (Former Employee), Jeffersonville, IN – July 15, 2014
Pros: always layed back environment
Cons: there were none
*TYPICAL DAY GET REPORT, START RIGHT IN.STAY BUSY UNTIL THE VERY END. *YOU LEARN SOMETHING NEW EACH DAY *MANAGEMENT AND COWORKERS WERE GREAT *HARDEST PART IS SEEING THE PATIENT LEAVE TO GO HOME *MOST ENJOYABLE IS HEARING THE PATIENTS STORIES