Rockymountain – April 6, 2013
Wow as a CSPI there NOW, I had the exact opposite experience! Its a challenging place to work, but toxicology is fascinating. The staff is a great family and many of us are friends with each other outside of work. The supervisors and trainer are great. They do have alot of meetings, but thats what managers do I suppose! They are not secretive though. The training program is long, but they give you total support along the way. It's really about whether the poison center is a good fit and if it's not (for both parties) then it's best to call it quits. You either love the place or leave. I'm in for the long haul!
Saved – October 13, 2012
I actually work at another hospital with a former DH phleb. She is exactly like the person you are describing. A terrible phlebotomist too. Thanks for saving me from applying for the same nightmare!
TJTJ – July 28, 2012
The Psych Ward was an exception - yes, you are a very caring group of people - I worked with you as an interpreter, but you are the EXCEPTION at DH. So much back-stabbing gossip going on it is incredible.
Wondering – November 26, 2012
I notice most all the position's require that applicants are bilingual. Do most employees speak two languages here?