Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Bethany, MO – March 9, 2017
Temporary position where I was Interim Director.I went to management meetings,did daily pharmacy duties, narcotics, tech supervision,checking orders.interacted with Health Care Personnel.My favorite part of the job was interacting with the nurses.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Corydon, IN – May 7, 2017
Worked in the lab. People are very petty. Always short , one phleb on shift . Techs do not help. People are rude and do not work well with each other. Very high turn over rate. If your scrubs aren't the perfect shade of blue for them they talk about you. Pay is very little for what you have to put up with. You feel like your back in grade school with all the he said she said. Just to petty of people that I couldn't continue to work there. Would not recommend it if your looking for a place long term. It's stressful enough to be at work without all the pettiness that goes on.
Petty, low pay, only phleb, bad benefits, poor management. Grade school feel, poor environment to work in
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Corydon, IN – January 19, 2017
The people I work with are fantastic. The job only varies in as much as who the customers/patients are on any given day. Some are quite challenging, while others are a pleasure. There are moments you feel like you have truly made a difference. That makes for a particularly good day.
Registration Clerk (Current Employee) – Corydon, IN – April 20, 2016
Harrison County Hospital works with your school schedule to make sure they can keep their employees happy. Each department is separate and sometimes has communication issues. For the most part an enjoyable place to work.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Corydon, IN – August 13, 2014
Multiple new admits and discharges each shift. Due to budget, each person had to perform multiple job responsibilities and therefore each person had more responsibilities than allowed for helping co-workers.
OB Staff Nurse- Orientation (Former Employee) – Harrison County Hospital – July 23, 2014
The Hospital itself seemed fine, it is in a quaint setting, and is very clean. Overall the staff were very friendly. The particular unit I was working on had a high turner over rate. I found out why. In the 90 days I worked there, I had 8 different preceptors, (4 of whom were agency nurses and not even hospital employees). I was never put through a class for the Cerner or Fetal Link Systems we were using, and never had a 30, or 60 day evaluation. My orientation was very disjointed. In the end it didn't work out for me. If you are experienced with Cerner, and OB-GYN is your specialty I think you would do fine. The doctors were great, and I liked most of my co-workers who were friendly.
Very little traffic to fight
short staffed and few breaks, very poor orientation