CNS (Current Employee) – Leander, TX – May 22, 2016
I like being busy from the time I clock in to the time I clock out. I have learned how the cafeteria works in many different areas and I have enjoyed working with some of the other employees. Management is good, listened to concerns and addressed issues that have come up. Co-workers are for the most part fun to work with and helpful. The only down side is there no work on days there is no school.
It's okay at times you have your good and bad days but its very stressful workplace. The hardest thing documentation everything your patient when you have more than two patients to take care of and sometimes you have to wait 30 minutes or longer if they're short on staff or just too busy.
I have really learned to value my life so much more after working here, you really learn to appreciate what you have after working with these patients they really grow on you. To wok here you can not take what patients say to you personally because they do have brain injuries that make them say and so inappropriate things. Its very heavy work but at the end of the day very rewarding because you get to make a difference in somebodies life by helping them get back to the person they use to be.
short break, not enough pay for the job your doing.
Production Technician (Current Employee) – Amarillo, TX – July 8, 2015
Great experience, great group of close knit people and teams, management is great to get along with, with minor hiccups here and there. Most enjoyable part of my day is the comradery of the people and friendships.
Front Desk Receptionist/ Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Garden Grove, CA – November 15, 2013
Everyday was something different. No two days were the same. Management was effective and efficient at delegating what needed to be done. The hardest part was making sure that everything that needed to be done was done in time. However the easiest part of the job was always having something to do every when there was down time.
Advanced Practice Nurse (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 11, 2012
Sees consults with physicians, I do history and physical We both review previous/current CT Scans and MRI images Referrals to appropriate medical services Dictates notes weekly see visit for current patients and follow-up patients Covers other NP while on vacation
Lot of enthusiasm and great energy. Helping to improve patient lives by providing valuable products and patient education to treat there issues. Also educating the medical team using KOL's and presenting important product information for the treatment teams.
Assistant (Current Employee) – Garner, NC – March 18, 2013
A typical day is very chaotic. There are 5 people in our kitchen and we feed 500+ mouths, twice a day. I love seeing all of the children grow and being able to share my knowledge with them on a daily basis. I prepare and cook food, use a cash register and clean the kitchen and cafeteria every day.
Instructor (Former Employee) – Lincoln, RI – November 3, 2014
8am until 10pm back to back Classes. Tutoring and Library Duty in between. The non stop hustle and bustle but it was ALL well worth it at the END of the MOD when you knew another Graduate would be going out into the workforce. One of One training. Power Point slides, Dumpster Diving, Video Projects, 12 Step Call Centers Created in intricate detailing with LEGOs. YES , we put the FUN in fundamentals so the students would remember!!! They also had 37Page reports built from scratch! They also had design floor plans and Server Rooms with Switches and Routers. It was NOT all fun and games. They also had to Design a Disaster Recovery Plan for a Fortune 100 Company. TEAM EFFORTS , Why? Because, in a TEAM, Together Efforts Are Met. We taught TRUE, real to life scenarios so our students would be ready for the workforce. We took PRIDE in our Students and their success!!