Have worked with many good people from all walks of life.
Respiratory Care Practitioner (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – May 19, 2016
No two days are ever the same. It has been the most emotionally and physically draining job that has been fulfilling to do. Because of the patients length of stay (a month or longer), I become very close with the patients and families, I empathize with what they are going through and try to keep them as comfortable as is possible during this difficult time in their lives.
I enjoy the automony this job allows me to embrace each day.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – September 23, 2014
I have recently went back to work for the organization and the respect from the management team is amazing. I able to organize my own day and have flex time which allows for a very manageable work/life balance.
I have recently ,moved to Medina and I am looking continue my career path closer to this area of town.
There is no such thing as a typical day in a hospital setting. You have to learn by the hour sometime how to prioritize and change direction based on the needs of your patients, families and co workers.
enjoyed working with people, helping patients get better and seeing them get the chance to go home.
State Tested Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – August 15, 2014
My day consisted of total patient care, making sure the patient fed at appointented times, bathed, weighed, vital signs were taken. I would have on a daily basis anywhere from 5-6 patients that I would be responsible for. I worked with some wonderful nurses, and learned a lot from them. The hardest part of my job was watching a patient die, that is never eay, and the most enjoyable part of my job was putting a smile on the patient as well as the family members faces.
Overall great place to work. Has undergone a lot of changes since I was there and much better from what I understand.
ER/OP Clerk, Medical Records; ER Secretary (Former Employee) – Morganton, NC – March 30, 2014
This was a great job in my life but I was not mature enough to really appreciate it at the time. I worked in Medical Records for a while but unhappy and transferred to the ER dept. I did love both areas but so much "internal drama" going on I did not handle well. Also, I left to mainly move back home and take care of ailing mother.
Director of Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – April 9, 2013
Great place to work. I had an excellent working relationship with my boss, Dave Manardo. Away from work we played in golf tournaments together that were sponsored by the hospital. I knew Dave for only 5 years, however it seemed longer. The only reason I left Grace hospital was to experience a life in northern Michigan and all it's beauty.