LPN (Former Employee) – Sioux City, IA – June 12, 2017
Staff was good to work with. Always enjoyed working with the residents there. Not enough pay raises. Cheerful atmosphere for the most part. Nursing staff were good team players or they were knowledgeable enough to work alone.
Good staff, benefits, flexible, well kept facility
Patient Account Representative (Current Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – June 5, 2017
Overall my experience in HS Cardiology is good. I love working with the patients and helping patients and management when I am able to. Some of the work has been challeging. I have learned how a busy office operates. I have become more comfortable working face to face with people. Unfortunatly, if has been extreamly difficult to advance within.
Medical Data consultant (Former Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – June 1, 2017
Working at Holy Spirit was very fulfilling. Everyday I learned something new. Though very busy at times it's satisfying to be able to help nurses and doctors and make things easier for them while they make their patients lives a little bit easier.
Business Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – April 12, 2017
I am currently an employee of Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital/Plastic Surgery. My role involves the Revenue Management area of the health system. Initially my position was in private practice plastic surgery. It has since evolved into working in the hospital area.
Mental Health Worker II (Former Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – February 7, 2017
The behavioral health department has been going through substantial changes over the last 2 and a half years which has decreased staff moral and increased staff burnout due to staffing shortages and lack of management involvement to rectify the issue. Otherwise the work is great and the co-workers are friendly and helpful.
Crisis Intervention can be stressful, but I enjoyed helping clients who needed assistance.
Crisis Intervention Specialist (Former Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – January 9, 2017
Overall, this was an interesting place to work, as one never knew who would walk through the door and need major help. Often referred patients to inpatient hospitalization, due to suicidal plans/intent.
Employee (Current Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – December 7, 2016
Understaffed, underappreciated, overworked, and disrespected: The 4 words I would use to describe the culture created by Holy Spirit's management for their 'valued' employees. The only good thing that I have to say about this place is that there are many nice people who work for a few terrible ones.
Great collaborative communication amongst colleagues.
CARDIAC CATH LAB RN (Current Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – November 28, 2016
A typical day involves multiple fast paced procedures for cardiac cath, peripheral, EP cases. No set operating hours within department. Excellent colleague competency and teamwork. Most enjoyable part is STEMI recovery of patients from acute cardiac intervention. Hardest part of job is extended hours and call.
Customer Support Tech Specialist (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – November 10, 2016
A typical day starts off with scheduling staff for the following weeks. The hardest part of the job is doing a management positions but not getting compensated accordingly. My co-workers are great to work with.
REGISTERED NURSE FIRST ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Camp Hill, Pennsylvania – September 6, 2016
Very exciting, and personally rewarding job. Family oriented atmosphere among peers. Job security present, but no encouragement or assistance for advancement. Management and administration always in turmoil, which has a negative affect on staff.
Registered Nurse, Emergency Department (Former Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – July 24, 2016
Very busy ER and ICU with patients care being excellent. The team effort is outstanding as all the staff is there to assist in any which way possible. The most difficult part of the job was trying to understand how people seek medical care only when they become critical.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – April 9, 2016
From the time you get there until you leave you are busy. A typical day at work is answering call lights and taking people to and from the bathroom. We also help with bathing and getting the patients ready for a procedure or a test. We also get the patients settled when they are admitted and we get the patients ready for discharged too. We also help with getting vitals, blood sugars and help feed the patients too. The nurses aides are crossed trained to performed secretary duties and they watch the monitors for the patients heart rhythm as well. The hardest part of the job is the physical work that your body goes through every day. Having to lift, push and pull every day can put a toll on your body. Being in good health helps your body and your mind while you are at work. The most difficult part of the job is watching patients die. Not being able to help them get better. The most enjoyable part of the job is watching patients go home. You see them at their worst and then you see them getting ready to go home because of the care that you and your nursing team as done.