Loudoun Hospital was a small community hospital where everybody was a name not a number.
RN (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – August 8, 2013
I learned a lot from my coworkers in caring for my pts. Mgmt in the Nsg division all started out as RN's some even from ICU and our Head Nurse was always looking out for us and helping out with any problems we presented to her. I really liked my coworkers and the ICU Intensivist who always listened when you had any concerns with your pts and any suggestions to improve their care. We had activities outside of the hospital.
cafeteria open @ night for night shift
some things changed when inova took over loudoun hospital
Nurse (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – October 11, 2015
IT IS A VERY NICE TO WORK WITH THE CRMC FRESNO. GREAT MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISORS. JOB BALANCE IS GOOD, AND ALL COWORKERS HELP EVERYONE VERY GREAT. IT IS FULL OF RESPECT. BUT THE INCOME IS NOT ENOUGH COMPARE TO THE WORK. YOU HAVE TO WORK MORE THAN 10 DAYS TO BE QUALIFIED FOR OVER TIME.
GREAT MANAGEMENT, VERY FRIENDLY, IT IS LIKE YOUR HOME AND YOUR FAMILY
LOW INCOME, IF YOU WORK 11 DAY IN TWO WEEKS YOU CAN HAVE OVER TIME.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Alexandria, LA – September 17, 2015
Typical day included taking an accurate report on patient situation and events that transpired during the day related to patients progress on current treatments. Reviewing all medical orders was a must prior to carrying out any orders a must to avoid any potential mistakes. Good patient assessment and documentation essential from beginning of your shift and of all events that transpired during shift to avoid any potential liabilities. Learning how to record accurately in this setting was essential. Learning hemodynamics and how to manage the many different life saving or life maintaining equipment in this setting was interesting and exciting to me. During my time here I learned how to comfort families and patients alike in an environment where loved ones were connected to so many tubes and machines. The most satisfying part of this job experience was learning and becoming competent in managing this equipment but was nothing to the joy experienced when seeing a patient you have cared for at the brink of death get up and walk out of the unit.
great learning experiences, challenging work enviroment
supplemental staff (Former Employee) – md – September 16, 2015
I had great opportunity in working different hospitals with the company,however some hospitals were so short staffed that was difficult to perform at your best at times.The travel was hard at times,but overral great exposure
ICU unit secretary (Former Employee) – Lebanon MO – August 5, 2015
The most enjoyable part was the staff. The hardest part was on a very busy day making sure you prioratize the most critical to least and not putting the least off at the same time. Management had an open door policy and would give you updates to where they could be reach at any time. I learn that you need to have confidence in yourself as well as dont be afraid to ask for help that working as a team is just that we where all responsable for the patients. There was know tipical day every day was filled with different challeges and patients.
busy day someone would go to the gift shop for chocolate
When you see you have time to eat and they have pulled the hot food.
Medical Secretary (Former Employee) – Ephrata, PA – August 4, 2015
A typical day at work included clerical duties, Excel worksheets, greeting patients' families, and helping on the unit as needed. I learned how to multitask well and to work under stressful conditions. Management was fair, I found they did a nice job but not understanding of needed time off. My coworkers were fair as well, they were kind and helped me from time to time. The hardest part of the job was helping around the unit during a code. The most enjoyable part of my job was keeping busy with clerical duties because it made the day go fast.
Tenet do not value their employees and their is no job security. Working for tenet you be keep a Union to help secure your jobs.
Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 23, 2015
Sometimes getting to work at 5:30 a.m. to accommodate patients you worked straight through until 5:00 p.m. without a break or lunch. We worked short numerous days and co-workers often talked of not getting the support from administration.
was a typical hospital setting with outdated equipment to use and limited supplies
ICU/MedSurg Nurse (Former Employee) – CRMC in Aransas Pass Tx – March 20, 2015
Worked with patient loads of 4-8 patients and more at times. The nursing supervisor I worked with was very helpful when needed while the other supervisors were not. Some co-workers worked as a team while a few only did for them selves and looked for faults in others. No raises were ever given to anyone at anytime. you were informed of any wrong you did but was not praised for exception or good work. The most enjoyable part of the job was interaction with the patients.
had online education for obtaining ceus, bls, acls, and pals classes offered to employees
no raises, no praise, high deductable health insurance