Though I had to relinquish my new job two months after starting due to an at-home injury that took a long time to resolve, I found HCGH to be one of the most well-organized, clean, modern, well-equipped, friendly and all-around great places to work and to be a patient. I worked in the telemetry unit and was looking forward to a long and productive relationship. Everyone there works as a team, management is fantastic, and I hated to have to leave, but was on the injured list for several months and had just begun, so had to relinquish the position. I'd go back in a heartbeat. Days started with report, which was always clear and concise. I learned a great deal about how a team actually works (instead of just saying the word "team" all the time), workplace culture was uniquely friendly and selfless, patient-oriented and everyone actually helped everyone else. The hardest part of the job was probably learning a new computer data entry system for patient information, and it wasn't that hard. The most enjoyable part was being on the floor with my team mates, taking care of our patients.
Clean, modern, well-equipped, well maanged.