Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 18, 2016
Dust and polish furniture and equipment. Sweep, scrub, wax, or polish floors with powered scrubbing and waxing machines. Thoroughly sanitized dishes, cooking utensils, and silverware.Replenish supplies, such as drinking glasses, linens, writing supplies, and bathroom items. Serviced, cleaned, or supplied restrooms according to company’s policies and procedures. Followed procedures for the use of chemical cleaners and power equipment to prevent damage to floors and fixtures. , upholstered furniture, and draperies Disinfected equipment and supplies, using germicides or steam-operated sterilizers.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital is a great place to work and grow. The institution encourages their staff to further their education through a plethora of continuing education and/or degree programs. It's somewhat challenging because not all managers or departments welcome this idea of growth. Some are stuck in the 20th century work culture. I think once that's bought up to par, Hopkins will be capable of revolutionizing not just Healthcare, but also the concept of the ideal work environment.
I feel the company promotes and supports professional growth
Some leaders are stuck in the 20th century work environment
The Johns Hopkins Hospital and given me a worldly experience in regards to the enormous volume of patients that are seen in the Emergency Department on a daily bases. I have been awarded the opportunity to be a "charge" person, which lead to dealing with traumas and directing staff.
Learned my professional nursing skills with excellent preceptors.Diverse patient population and diagnoses afforded me the opportunity to enhance/expand my clinical performance. My clinical advancements afforded me the opportunity to go from the bedside to management, thus making my professional skills more marketable.
Working in the ER taught me a lot about patient care because as a medic I would be with a patient for 20-30 minutes tops. But as a Clin Tech I was introduced to another level of patient care that I enjoyed
Neonatal Intensive Care Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 30, 2016
Very busy work environment, both physically and mentally. Can be stressful at times. level 4 NICU . The entire medical team works well together, especially the nurses and RTs. Hopkins provides the opportunity to see and experience things most hospitals cannot provide.
Support Associate (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 30, 2016
love meeting people who comes from a different background as me. you learn different cultures and languages. A typical day at work are greeting your co-workers getting prepared for the day and checking on your patients. working at Hopkins taught me how much team work is really needed in a place such as busy as this. It also taught me how to be kind and more open with people. The hardest part about working at Hopkins are sometimes pleasing people which is rare. Its hard because we put so much into work that we want to please the people around us and sometimes it doesn't be enough. The most enjoyable part of my job are the co-workers and the patients. Just to know that you can make someone day just by speaking or smiling or just giving conversation will make a difference.
free days, holiday pay, bonuses
need to be appericated more, need 5min grace period in the morning
The only reason I left Johns Hopkins Hospital was because an opportunity of growth was offered to me at a time I thought I needed something different. But I definitely enjoyed my time with Johns Hopkins Hospital. it gave me the opportunity to build my weaknesses and make them into strengths. I enjoyed the people very much.