Executive Foundation Director (Current Employee) – Colubmus, WI – June 12, 2015
• Research and Write Federal, State and Local Grants for operational and clinical departments and programs • Responsible for coordinating and implementing multiple events • Ambassador between the community and the hospital • Build relationships with those we serve • Maintain Donor Perfect software database system• Organize, recognize, and administer charitable gifts and bequests • Create, implement, coordinate and analyze charitable programs • Implement, coordinate and create operating procedures • Design POP
Great place to work; the staff are knowledgable and friendly.
Certified Nursing Assistant/ Unit Coordinator (Current Employee) – Columbus, WI – September 29, 2014
Columbus Community Hospital is an amazing place to work and has a family atmosphere.The staff are knowledgeable, friendly, and always work as a team, with the ultimate goal of serving our patients compassionate patient centered care.
Full time professional staff w/bachelor's degree (Current Employee) – Columbus, WI – April 20, 2014
Very good job security, for a small hospital. Fairly consistent work load, but some feast/famine work schedules. Little room for advancement, however. Organization shows good support for continuing education, but relies upon the employee to be determined and follow through on requests. Management often drops the ball on the end process. Typical mundane employee surveys with many ambiguous questions. Final report often does not reflect the moral oropinions of the employees, so is biased to look Rosy when it is not. CEO professes Open Door Policy, but the door, on 2nd floor, has the steep first step down. Way too many management positions, with hopeless confusion of the people advanced beyond their skill/pay levels (Peter Principle). Working employees make an efficienct team and keep the place running, dispite upper management interference and ineptitude. Generally, it is a typical work place, fair pay, fair benefits.
fair pay, fair amount of hours available
too many chiefs, who have achieved their maximum level of incompetence and are ineffectual in their leadership.
State Tested Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – August 15, 2013
I worked as a State Tested Nursing Assistant and enjoyed and learned so much from this job. I worked the E.R, Step down Unit, ICU, Skilled, Rehab units of the hospital. I assisted patients in their needs, took vitals, helped them with whatever help they needed. As well I worked as a unit clerk where I kept patients files updated and worked with both doctors and nurses on the patients charts. Also, I worked in regestration and worked with patients coming into the hospital to stay, outpatient and just normal blood work, x-rays, tests that needed done on a regular basis.
I really enjoyed working there for the most part. A typical day at work was always busy and challenging, which, I love a challenge. I learned so much and enjoyed and looked for new challenges. My co-workers were good nurses, for the most part, we were there to help others and worked well as a team. The hardest part of the job was the drama a few nurses brought to work with them, I believe you need to leave your personal problems and drama at the door when you enter the hospital. The physicians were very good at teaching us newer jobs and encouraged hands on while Iearning. under their supervision. I was able to work every unit in this hospital and enjoyed every minute. I even learned how to be house supervisor. This hospital was small in comparison to most of the hospitals in Col., Ohio, therefore, they closed the hospital and larger corporations bought the hospital and changed it to a 4 story medical offices.
RPSGT (Former Employee) – Columbus, WI – February 4, 2013
This is a great place. You must be independent. It's a two bed lab. I learned how to use AVAPS and AutoSV. Had to score both studies on a fiy. Worked closely with the doctor and completely alone during the night.
Very busy hospital and heavy workload. Worked with wide variety of illnesses, learned alot in regards to so many different treatments and many different areas of nursing. My co-workers, for the most part were team oriented. I never felt the job was too hard, I enjoyed being challenged by my duties. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing patients recover and return home.