CT Technologist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 28, 2017
I began working in CT in April 2003. I had only been an x-ray tech for 1 year before gaining this position. I loved the position and my fellow co-workers and radiologists. I was always one of the first people to try new protocols and/or studies under CT. I enjoyed working in interventional studies and virtual colonoscopies and I was one of the few that could perform these studies. I learned so much working there and made several long time friends. The hardest part of the job was the drive for me. At the time I lived in Marion county and the drive was about 1 1/2 hours each way. Although I loved it there, I accepted another position within the organization at a new outpatient diagnostic facility in Fern Creek so I would be closer to home. Unfortuneately, the organization closed this facility and I lost my job.
Great learning facility, Great radiologists, Great teamwork
Unit Secretary/ Nurse (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 2, 2017
Too many chiefs and not enough Indians. They had to many who were trying to run the company. I feel that they did not look out for their employees but more about how much money the could make to give this outrageous bonuses.
Guest Relations (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 18, 2017
Good work place, can pay a little better but, great atmosphere. Learned a lot from working there from how to take care of different patient needs to learning different parts of the hospital. Great people to work with.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 10, 2017
At times I would start at 5 in the morning and get off at 9 pm. The days were long but went well. I eventually transferred from and to several departments and each job turned went well. Each manager was a professional at his or her job. When serving people, nothing is hard. It was very satisfying.
Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – February 7, 2017
Only worked part time I learned a lot with the patients that I worked with. I gained a lot of knowledge with the type of patients that were admitted on the floor. The management did not care of we were short staffed when it came to the nurses and the CNAs. On the night shift they would only have one CNA to take care of multiple critically ill patients and sometimes the nurses did not pull their weight to help. The hardest part of the job was having to watch the CNAS work with minimal help. The most enjoyable was the patients that we cared for on a daily basis.