Two very poor supervisors in a row, lacked experience.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Hannibal, MO – October 3, 2017
Initially my first supervisor was exceptional, went out of her way to support staff and assist when nursing shortage or heavy patient load. After she left they hired a supervisor from outside that was not knowledgeable of home health and was a micro-manager. Next, they promoted a nurse from within the facility that was not a good manager, she created an atmosphere of total chaos and stress. The hospitals inpatient departments were mostly compromised of traveling staff to fill shortages. Although I truly loved the home health aspect of nursing, patient care one on one (allowing for exceptional patient teaching). It was time to leave.
Home Health Care, hourly wages, co-workers were exceptional.
I personally would choose somewhere else for hospital healthcare services
CT Technologist (Former Employee) – Hannibal, MO – September 30, 2017
Typical day at work was not too bad because I worked alone, I love my career, and I didn't work with any undesired coworkers. Caring for my patients, following through with care, the passion I felt for putting the patient first, and the feeling at the end of the day, were the best aspects of the job. Advancement at HRH was excellent; I learned a new modality of CT while on the job. Hardest part of the job was problem-solving by myself, because they changed my shift to where I worked alone after only being employed two months.
Admitting Clerk (Current Employee) – Hannibal, MO – September 22, 2017
Fast pased environment with multiple tasks. I enjoyed my role as an admiting clerek at Hannibal Regional and am only leaving because there where no avalible days shifts in my current department. The hardest part of the job is to learn the operating systems and insurance information.
Director of Chris Coons Women's Care Center (Current Employee) – Hannibal, MO – March 8, 2017
Quality on going education for team in Women's Care Unit. Daily patient rounding brings all patient needs to the table each day. Group engagement, commitment to patient safety and family satisfaction. Simulations provide highly skilled staff.
REGISTERED NURSE (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – June 7, 2016
Up to date facility, up on current nursing practice. The physicians know what they're doing and it's education based. The "I Care" philosophy is throughout the facility. Staff are friendly and courteous.
Benfits, educational institution, up-to-date on current nursing, research
Medical Records Analyst (Former Employee) – Hannibal, MO – March 14, 2015
I performed records analysis. Qualitative, quantitative analysis on all discharged records. Assigned deficient charts to the appropriate physician and nurse. I made sure chart was completed due to the standards of Medicare/Medicaid and Medical Staff guidelines. I made proper notification to the director, manager and/or risk management of any chart concerns.
work environment toxic and political with loss of vision towards excellent patient care
Clinical Coordinator (Former Employee) – Hannibal, MO – November 3, 2014
Staffing units appropriately with adequate patient/nurse ratios. Rounding on the facility with visualizing the needs of the patient as well as providing staff with what they needed to provide care to their patients was a major portion of my daily duties. Placing patients on appropriate unit needed to provide the optimal care. Working directly with physicians to carry-out their orders and desired outcomes for each patient was something I really felt made my job important. Team work was and is a necessary component when working to provide and achieve the best outcome for our patients. Being in management placed me under a microscope and constant scrutiny which at first I felt made me do a better job and I gladly accepted it, but as the years went on, I began to feel resentful towards. I enjoy being a nurse and value my profession. Working as a nurse within the same organization for almost 20 years provided me with skills and relationships that only years of experience can provide.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Hannibal, MO – October 28, 2014
I worked evenings, so I would come in at 3pm and leave at 12am. I would spend most of my time putting in prescriptions from each doctor for every patient in the whole hospital. I also spent a lot of time in the lab, where I would make IV's for each patient, after the doctor ordered it. Some where very important, such as epidurals. Since I worked evenings, I did not see my boss very much. From what I saw, he was doing wonderful things for the pharmacy unit. Upper management within the hospital seemed to care about each and every employee and patient. I was in school at the time I had this job, so the hardest thing about working in the pharmacy was balancing school and work. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting new friends and seeing health care from a different angle.
Wonderful organization that has created a great Cardiovascular Interventional Program.
Senior Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Hannibal, MO – June 23, 2013
I work with a small group of individuals within a community hospital that has a daily average of 3 patients. My main responsibility is to assist the physician with all procedures. I enjoy my team members and our patients but currently have no room for personal or professional advancement. The hardest part of my job is creating balance between a busy patient load, patient billing audits, and manual inventory processes.
Enjoy helping patients and families within our community.