Registration Clerk/Data EntryClerk (Former Employee), Rome, GA – January 30, 2014
I enjoyed my job at Floyd. I came in without any experience in registration and after a day of orientation I was performing efficiently at the position. My job was only temporary but if I wasn't returning back to school and could have worked the 8-5 Monday through Friday, I would still be there. The co-workers were great, caring people.
Easy scheduling, good benefits, enjoyed working there
Nurse Educator/Leadership, Dept of Critical Care (Former Employee), Rome, GA – September 8, 2014
A general day at work in ICU included receiving systemic reports from night shift RN. Starting the day with a complete assessment, ensuring all IV's, ventilator settings, and patient safety was addressed. Assisting MD with patient status updates, reviewing labs and following orders for the day which may include diagnostic testing. As the charge nurse – more... and clinical educator, I was part of the critical care management team. I, under the CC director whom was available at all times and very precise in completing his job. Staff was educated and train above expectations. I worked with extremely strong nurses that were easy and pleasant to work with. We easily worked as a team – less
Registration Clerk/Patient Care Representative (Current Employee), rome ga – February 7, 2014
Pros: ability to help community being a non for profit facility
Cons: no cons from me
with the changes in healthcare reform job security is a concern. A typical day at work is seeing 100-150 patients a day. I enjoy the public and all my co workers. Manangement is great with monthly meetings and education it has helped me grow into a professional with confidence.
Phlebotomist/ assistant lab manager (Current Employee), Rome, Ga – December 30, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: lots of paper work. new emr did not solve that problem
I currently work in a lab, we stay very busy in the mornings. the afternoons are not so hectic. I have learned a lot working in this lab, Every day is a learning experience. My co-workers are great to work with, I really love my patients if it wasn't for them I wouldn't have a job. Several patients might not be scheduled to have labs that day, they – more... make it a point to visit just to check on me, see how the lab girls are doing. that makes my day knowing that I take such good care of my patients. I truly love my job. – less
Switchboard Operator/Badging Officer (Current Employee), Rome, GA – November 13, 2013
A typical day at work for me would be answering phone calls on a multi-line phone console, printing badges for all personnel, granting door access to the appropriate persons, and reading and answering emails. During my time at my current job, I've learned several things. Realizing that not all people comprehend the same way, I have learned how to adjust – more... my approach and position to people, so that we both may have a better understanding of what each other is trying to say. I have grown, not only physically but mentally and emotionally as well while at Floyd. I consider myself lucky to have had the opportunity to experience and learn so much. – less