Acute Dialysis Nurse (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – November 26, 2016
I look forward to helping my patients everyday. Everyday is different, every hospital is different, every patient is different, but I embrace the challenge. The hardest part is feeling lost a lot in new environments and learning different charting systems at various hospitals. Triple charting is often required. Paper charting, Hospital charting, Facility charting, and paper work required for Foundation. I love my patients and the independence of the job. My coworkers have always been pleasant.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmond, OK – August 9, 2016
It was a family oriented environment. Very positive, uplifting, learning experience, Taught me new skills and pushed me into new areas I never experienced before. We worked hard and we played hard. It was a delightful experience. My Manager was very resourceful, smart, and a delight to work for. My co-workers became family and it was like a cohesive unit all working to help each other achieve their goals.
Worked in dialysis clinics as a traveler. Met animosity from permanent staff because my pay was higher but I didn't have to deal with the internal work politics. Great for single nurses to travel and see the world. Unfortunately I have a family so it only lasted a short time before I needed to sign on to a permanent position.
Dialysis Nurse/ Team Leader (Former Employee) – Bangor, ME – June 1, 2012
Very pleasant office personnel. and very easy to deal with. All arrangements were made to my satisfaction. My housing was great.I really got along well with the staff at the dialysis facility. Good match.