I enjoy working in a facility with great co-workers.
ER Staff RN (Current Employee) – Wilmington, OH – October 6, 2012
I work 12 hour shifts in a very busy ER. Patients are seen, treated and dispositioned very quickly. We generally see between 90 and 115 patients in a 24 hour period. I have learned a great deal about working with lower income patients and how to help them with education of disease processes, obtaining medications and medical equipment including home oxygen, assisting with obtaining meals on wheels and home care assistance. Management has had a dramatic change in the past 2 years since our hospital went from a non profit to a for profit hospital. My co-workers are good team players, offering assistance when they have down time and are willing to pitch in with a difficult patient. The hardest part of this job is the physical demands on us. At times we work a full 12 hour shift with no breaks when we are very busy.Being a small hospital we do not have the number of resources that a large hospital has. Many patients are transferred to trauma centers or hospitals with more advanced care for cardiac, neuro and orthopedic car I enjoy the diversity of patients we see in the emergency room. Pediatric patients are fun but can be quite challenging and I feel I learn more about care of this population of patients daily. It is very satisfying to have a really sick patient come to us and leave (whether admitted or discharged) greatly improved.
at times no breaks and changing of shifts worked from 0700-1900, 1100-2300 and 1500-0300. it is possible to work all three of these shifts in one week.
I had an overall great experience over the last five years however I feel that I have reached a limit to what the facility can offer me in terms of education, advancement, and services provided by a community hospital.
I have never had a difficulty picking up overtime in the ED or ICU
spent 23 years in the medical records department working from file clerk to finally a coder. I felt the pay could have been better. really have to hard feelings about Clinton, just the pay. I left only to work from home.
Registration / PAS Clerk (Former Employee) – Wilmington, OH – August 27, 2015
Was a rewarding position for me. It was important to make the process for patients as easy as possible when they were having to be in a not idea place. Hospital was clean, professional, and every one worked well with each other to make sure patients felt comfortable and taken care of.
Lansing Mason Ambulance Service (Former Employee) – Mason, MI – July 6, 2015
• Ensured proper levels of stock in order to meet customer demand • Input all stock into a computerized accounting system • Processed all product deliveries and returns to the hospital • Assisted in repairing minor equipment failure • Helped to plan for supply distribution for the hospital in the event of an emergency • Worked with the hospital management to develop emergency response plan and implement mock disaster drills
evs (Former Employee) – Wilmington. oh – April 12, 2015
Poor management No raises .won't hire more staff because of the budget but they expect you to work long hours. You can't advance if you don't know the right person...worse place in Wilmington to work..
MEDICAL STAFF SERVICES COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Wilmington, OH – December 31, 2014
Management allowed me to develop skills in medical staff services and credentialing, due to this development I became certified in both fields. I was chosen in my earlier career at cmh to learn computer services. I was appointed to a committee in the 1990's to develop hospital goals and services. I enjoyed working with my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was early in the development of medical staff services when I was the only member of the department working many hours. The most enjoyable part was working with the physicians on a daily basis.
Patient Admissions Service Representative (Former Employee) – Wilmington, OH – September 7, 2014
I worked as an Admissions Representative and you are expected to work all shifts, weekends, holidays, poor management, FORCED to pick up shifts, favoritism, nowhere to advance, other employees tattling like grade school, too many responsibilities for one position, turnover is constant. RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DO NOT APPLY AT THIS NUT PLACE EVEN IF YOU ARE DESPERATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My experience with this hospital was terrible as an employee. Too many changes with the new company. I could not take care of patients and do my job because of all the new documentation to be done that was of no value . Management was a joke. No help to lift patients and make sure they were safe. Trauma patients were left unattended without a nurse when shifted to other areas of treatment. I never had to work so hard and get paid so little. They need to take a good look at their hospital. I could not work there due to the stress . Lack of help produces poor quality of care.
I agree with this person and the last employee that said Run!!! I worked at Clinton for a short time and I found it to be a horrible place to work. I will never forget what happened here. Look at others hospitals to get a job........
direct contact with patients to make sure they are getting the proper meals and snacks to help them. Also help cleaning up the dishes that are needed for the day. I have also helped order and recieve products for the food preparations.