RN (Current Employee) – Stockdale, PA – July 27, 2016
It can be difficult to get started in advancing up the ladder of administration. Once in though your chances are pretty good to move forward. Everyone works together well. I found it easy toward with other departments. Everyone is friendly to patients and their families and are willing to help anyone.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 1, 2016
i love being volunteering in this organization because i met with many different hard patients and i know how to deal with them .I like the environment because its very safe and quite ,the staffs are very professional and helpful.
I loved my job of being caretaker and treatthem as myown
Senior Companion RETIRED LPN (Former Employee) – Jefferson, PA – June 25, 2016
Was great place to work I am a trained lpn in rehab was trained on my off time at the old harmarville and st francsis hospital my schooling was at alegheny general hospital 6 months and west penn hospital 6 motnhs typical day at work as assesing patient then giving there medication assit in drsg pt bath and showers done on 3-11 assit with partial am care most of all patience death of a loved one always made patient as they were my own family was the deth of a patient enjoyable was ex stroke patine getting to go home assiting family how to take of there loved one made sure all outside facilities available for them to call to see each and every patient trying no matter how hard the joy od someone relearning simple skills re speaking
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Pleasant Hills, PA – March 18, 2016
Perform duties associated with patient care on a Progressive Coronary Care Unit. These duties include care for open heart patient and heart attack patients, such as preforming EKG, maintaining chest tubes, and surgical wound care. Perform task associated with Electronic medical record superuser such as assist staff with documentation education.
Staff Medical Technologist (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 24, 2016
Don't walk away from this opportunity... RUN !! Run as far and as fast as you can !! Current management team is immature, inexperienced, and inept. I would suggest taking your hard earned four year degree elsewhere for a more rewarding and meaningful employment experience.
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Louisville, GA – June 24, 2015
Typical work day is 6am-2pm (pharmacy); Pharmacy management is great, but overall hospital leadership is lacking; Great, cooperative co-workers; most enjoyable part of the job is the small town, "family like" environment
administrative assistant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 19, 2015
MONDAYS/WEDNESDAYS/FRIDAYS 7:30-8:30 • Check phone (Voicemail) • Turn on copy machine • Input STAR Data • Address early morning clients/co- workers • Update Attendance board 8:30-10:30 • Covert front desk when needed • Sort paperwork • Attach paperwork together by last name • Sort file stick • Dispense paperwork into the correct file bin • Print Record Of Service and also put into clients profile (Chart) 10:30-12:30 • Cover PCC when needed • File paperwork for assigned clients in date order • Record Urine Drug screen in date order 12:30-1:30 LUNCH 1:30-4:00 • Continue filing • Prepare copy of Dr.Serota appointments for receptionist • Prepare Medical charts for the next day appointments • Prepare and organize paperwork for medical appointments
TUESDAYS &THURSDAYS 7:30-8:30 • Log onto STAR and input data • Check phone (voicemail) • Address early morning clients (also co-workers) • Update Attendance board • Check in Dr.Serota clients 8:30-10:30 • Cover front desk when needed • Cover PCC when needed • Sort CIS OP client sign in forms from IOP CIS client sign in forms • Sort Op individuals from OP groups • Sort IOP individuals IOP groups • Put both OP and IOP CIS forms in both date order and also month order • Sort MSP CIS forms both GROUPS and Individuals 10:30-12:30 • Enter data into system better known as M.A.T.E.R 1. First OP groups 2. Second IOP groups 3. Thirdly OP individuals 4. Lastly IOP individuals 12:30-1:30 LUNCH 1:30-3:30 • Continue to insert information into the system • Put away all OP groups and OP individuals intomore... box • Put away away all IOP groups and IOP individuals into box 3:30-4:00 • Put away charts • Put away paperwork • Organize chartsless
Internship Jefferson Regional Medical Center (Former Employee) – Jefferson Hills, PA – April 29, 2015
Jefferson hospital was nice place to work. Supplies were always plentiful. The people were very nice. The whole experience great. The only set back was the hours. I had to be there at 4 am. It just got old after awhile.
nice people, hospital always had supplies and it was a great experience
great invironment. coworkers very involved and helpful.
Electrical Technician (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 21, 2014
always a good days work, organized, I've learned much about older and newer systems alike. friendly coworkers in all departments, management seemed a little unrelenting to compromise. the hardest part I would say would be the communication break downs. the most enjoyable part would have been my teams commitment.
Wonderful hospital with fantastic personnel from top department to the bottom.
LPN (Current Employee) – Louisville, GA – November 13, 2014
Jefferson Hospital is one of the finest small town hospitals in our area. The local knowledge and professionalism is excellent as well as the hometown personal input with direct healthcare is far beyond the scope of their duty. Each nurse and doctor gives much more than just care, they give their hearts and souls to their work.
small town hospital that gives more personal care that imaginable.