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Professional enviornment. Great learning experience.
Echo Tech (Former Employee), Monterey, CAJune 29, 2013
Pros: clean and cheerful hospital enviornment with exceptional staff.
Cons: need to expand my hours at the time.
Studies performed: echoes, treadmills, transesophegeal echoes, EKG's. Learned how to perform my skills beyond the best of my ability. Working at Community Hosp. really challenged me to succeed and do more. Many opportunities were available for growth. I received 7 Community Hospital Improvement Plan Awards during my 16 years there.
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Voted one of Americas 100 best hospitals...in the top 5% of patient safety.
LVN (Former Employee), Monterey, CAMarch 8, 2013
Pros: free meals to all employees who car pool.
Cons: no cons....excellent place to work.
I was an employee as well as a patient.....You are not a number, you are not an injury, you are not an illness. You are a person to all staff. Never ever worked for a facility that goes above and beyond for all patients, and the community. Great place to work, and live.
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Great compensation and benefits, beautiful facility and good resources
Main Pavilion / Staff nurse (Former Employee), Monterey, CAJanuary 9, 2013
Pros: excellent facility, equipment and resources
Cons: working nights
Days are pleasantly challenging and productive. I've learned Nursing is the greatest profession in the world. I've worked in mostly in Critical Care throughout my career: Telemetry / Step down and floating to ICU. I've worked as both a staff nurse and management. Regardless of my position I have always worked well with co-workers. Working nights for – more... me was extremely difficult, not the work but the inability to get adequate sleep during the day. The most enjoyable part of my job throughout my career is at the bedside, providing patients with this best care I can deliver. I have incredible pride in the care I give my patients, because they deserve our very best – less
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CHOMP is a non-union hospital, mid-sized, with very competitive salary and benefits packages.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Monterey, CaliforniaOctober 25, 2012
Pros: wonderful lunch room with in and outside dinning, fantastic kitchen, reasonably priced.
Cons: recent budget cuts, staffing cuts, central supply hours shortened, increasing paperwork.
I have enjoyed my 18 years at Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula. They helped me get started with their WorkStudy program in conjunction with Monterey Peninsula College's Nursing Program. The orthopedic unit where I spent 17 years is a busy post-surgical unit. Average surgeries per day is 5, some days as many as 11. The unit has 20 beds. Team – more... work is essential. Patients either go home after a few days with home care or transfer to a rehabilitation facility a few miles away, owned by the hospital. We are often discharging patients and receiving new patients simultaneously. The nurses have a good working relationship with the Medical Staff. The hospital also supports a Hospitalist program that is very efficient. Patient safety and customer satisfaction are the key words at CHOMP. – less
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Great professional, fast paced, multi tasking work environment
Registrar (Former Employee), Monterey, CaliforniaSeptember 19, 2012
Pros: fast paced, enjoyable work
Cons: handling families that had lost young loved ones.
Great place to work. The pace in the Emergency Room was one that shifts flew by! Often we would carry over to next shifts, which could make your day a little longer, but you always did what you had to do for the department.
The hospital was a professional, policy and procedure oriented environment.
Although the turnover was frequent, it was still a – more... place that you had to learn to rely on each other in the most stressful of circumstances. – less
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REGISTERED NURSE - EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT (Former Employee), Monterey, CAAugust 23, 2012
Lots of politics and clicks. Great nurses clinically. Beautiful campus. Great produce in Monterey, can't be beat. Hospital has a wonderful education program.