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Medical Biller (Current Employee), Hanover, PADecember 14, 2013
Pros: learning more about the medical field every day
Cons: no room to move up the ladder
a typical day would be to be able to handle many things at one time
I have learn the billing system and what has to be done to get the claims paid. the management is good as long as you are doing your job. they are helpful when needed. the people I work with we all are a team players in order to do they very best we can. the hardest part of my job would – more... be the dead lines some times they are a little to
short for they jobs that need to be done. being able to work on my own and seeing that the bills I send out and follow up on are being paid – less
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Seasoned staff with endless knowledge
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PANovember 20, 2013
Pros: great learning environment
Cons: old, small unit. outdated equipment.
A seasoned staff that brought a wealth of knowledge with them from which to learn from.
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All bedside patient care
Staff Nurse (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PANovember 5, 2013
Pros: secure job, rewarding, good hours (weekends)
Cons: less than friendly co-workers, very physical work, working holidays
I had 2-3 ICU or step-down patients post cardiac surgery. I did everything for these patients, including taking care of them post-op, ambulating, dressing changes, VS, assessments, medication admin, admissions, discharges, transfers, feeding, turning, and every other basic nursing skill. I became quite comfortable with PA lines and central lines and – more... chest tubes. I took care of patients with IABPs and CVVHD as well. I also had extensive experience with ventilated patients and am quite comfortable taking care of patients that are intubated. – less
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Good work place
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee), Camp Hill, PAOctober 23, 2013
Learned a lot working here, Enjoy most of my co-workers. Hospital as whole needs more organization.
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Full time worker
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee), Mumbai, MHOctober 10, 2013
Cons: health care
I learned that How to be with tensed people and how to handle that situation for management.

Management ws cooperative and also the co workers.

Work load.

The most enjoyable part is when the patient relatives come and say bye and thanks.
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long hours
Phlebotomist/Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Harrisburg, PASeptember 25, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: never having set schedule
learned alot, worked with good people, however cut backs put in place, very long hours, never know when i was coming home, no set schedule.
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Worst Job EVER
Instrument Room (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PASeptember 9, 2013
Pros: few
Cons: many
Working there I was told "When in Rome, do as the Romans do.". In other words do it the way we say, not the correct way, or we'll make every minute of your work day difficult. Which they did. Coworkers were not friendly. They were treacherous. They did not care about patients. If they had, they'd have followed proper procedures for decontamination, – more... sterilization, etc. Which they did not. Sterile Processing staff were not certified, CRCST. I was, and had been since 1993, but they still insisted that they knew more than me. I couldn't tell those know-it-alls anything. So now I'm telling everyone about them. – less
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Fast paced, always something new to learn
staff nurse (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PAAugust 19, 2013
Getting patients ready for surgery. Care of post operative patients-discharge teaching.
Care of invasive lines and administering medications
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hospital employment
telemetry, catherization tech (Former Employee), Mechanicsburg, PAAugust 18, 2013
Pros: learn all there is to know about the hospital experience
hospital work is probably the best overall, its great experience and its a great way to apply your skills while learning new things
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Very informative
Externship (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PAAugust 15, 2013
Pros: friendly staff
I did an externship here when I attended York Technical Institute. The people were all so friendly and helpful with any questions I had. This was a great place to get an understanding on hospital pharmacy.
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Not a bad place to work.
RN and Charge Nurse, House Supervisor (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PAJuly 25, 2013
Not a bad place to work. At the time I decided to leave. The hospital was going thru a lot of changes in upper management, and had staffing issues. I do understand now from former co-workers, it is much better. I liked working here over all. It was just the upper management at the time made it a unsafe environment. I am glad they got is resolved,.
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Good workout
Hostess, Dietary Clerk (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PAJuly 9, 2013
Pros: good hours
My day would consist of putting trays on carts and then taking those trays to the designated rooms. I would pour coffee, cut food, and if need be assist in adjusting the patient so he/she can eat. I would do this for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I would also restock the kitchens and later rap silver wear until I would clock out. The hardest part of – more... the job was dealing with nurses but the most enjoyable part was serving the patients. – less
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a great group of professionals that focus on patient care and satisfaction
EKG Technicain/ CVT student (Current Employee), Camp Hill, PAJune 26, 2013
I owe most of what I have learned about being a cardiovascular technician to the people at Holy Spirit Hospital. I will be forever grateful to them.
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A day at work
Patient Transporter (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PAJune 21, 2013
Pros: helping people
Cons: nothing
This was a good secure place to work. The people are generally nice. It was consistent.
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Good place for young people to get a start in the Healthcare field
Lead Phlebotomist (Current Employee), Camp Hill, PaMay 28, 2013
Pros: new journeys each day, you never stop learning
Cons: someday i will have to retire
Mondays are usually busy for us. Lots of needed supplies and increase in work load. Helping others builds true character, you will know by the end of the week if your job is your calling. Management has made it easier to talk openly with your supervisors
enjoy working with all of them the age difference doesn't matter.
the hardest part of the job is – more... the lost of a patient
the most enjoyable part, how we have impacted someones life if only for a moment in time. – less
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Productive and fun to work with other people
Bio-Med Lead Technician (Current Employee), Camp Hill, PAMay 27, 2013
Pros: co-workers
Cons: on-call most of the time
I enjoy the people I work with while always learning something new. I enjoy being challenged and always trying to improve.
The hardest part of the job is maintaining all of the equipment, doing Preventive Maintenance and repairing with a limited staff. We manage to always get it done. There is very little free time but the payoff is to know that I did – more... a good job. – less
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I work with a friendly and knowledgeable team.
Full-time MRI Technologist (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PAMarch 31, 2013
Pros: good benefits.
Nice place to work. But I need a job in Maryland where my husband works so he doesn't have to stay at Hotel during the week.
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A great place to work.
Intern/ H.R. Compensation & Benefits Administrator (Former Employee), Camp Hill, PAMarch 4, 2013
This was an internship to complete getting my Bachelors of Science degree. A typical day consisted of filing, data entry and helping co-workers when needed.
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Great place to work.
Phlebotomist II (Current Employee), Camp Hill, PAJanuary 25, 2013
Pros: love working early and being able to leave the building.
Cons: having to wake my patients up early.
I start my day @ 5 in the morning. I love what I do. The hardest part about my job is getting the resident up that early in the morning. the most enjoyable part about my job is the resident I love talking to them and they love talking to me about the good ole days of their lives.
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A few bad apples can spoil the bunch
Counselor (Former Employee), Behavioral HealthJanuary 5, 2013
Pros: free parking
Cons: low pay, indiscriminate policy enforcement, top heavy
The culture of the Behavioral Health Center has changed in the past 10+ years. And If you ever have to deal with Human Resources here be warned. Unless you are in management, there is no protection from abusive work practices and retaliation. My supervisor was completely ineffective and our whole department suffered from it until eventually we complained – more... to HR. Now one by one, he is paying us back, and getting away with it. – less