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It was an okay job
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Camden, SCOctober 16, 2013
Pros: good patient care
Cons: not friendly enough
I love helping the patients. But the staff some times is not friendly enough.
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Excellent communication
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Camden, SCSeptember 29, 2013
Company has excellent communication with staff and administration.
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Stressful and over worked and no where to take your problems to.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee), Camden, SCJanuary 14, 2013
Pros: i worked with alot of people who gave heart felt care.
Cons: nursing has become a business.
You go in knowing there's work to do. I don't mind hard work and keeping busy. Everyone isn't there to work. Just to do enough to get by. That put more pressure on the real workers. You try and explain things to the higher ups and they lable you as a complainer. Every weekend Iwould get to work with the new hired CNA's. I tried to get them to have 1 – more... with experience and one learning but they never would change it. I had 44 patients and 2 CNA"S working with me. It wasn't always bad. When you got one sick or going bad or just demanding you need back up. When the floor was restricted due to flu or virus, we weren't given extra help. I made who you were working with more important. I loved talking to the patients during care but I hated not having the time to spend with them. I worked in long term care. For 24 years I have seen so much improvement in care and how sickness is treated. I have also seen how doctors, nurses and the public have lost respect toward each other. – less
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Medical Office Assistant (Current Employee), Camden, SCDecember 11, 2012
typical day at woks includes working up 15-20 patients and scheduling procedures
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Community Hospital
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee), Camden, SCNovember 11, 2012
Pros: a more traditional, 8:00 to 4:30, five days a week work schedule.
Cons: less time off during the week to pursue prn work which would enhance my fianancial status.
Working in this small community health care facility has been a enjoyable experience both personally and professionally. I have over the last three years of employment added many skills that have benefited my life both professionally and personally.
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Behind the times
RN (Former Employee), Camden SCOctober 3, 2012
Pros: good cafeteria
Cons: poor business decisions
Behind the times in technology and no progressive thinking in management. Overworked staff and overpaid management. Cost of care greater here because this is a stand alone facility with no buying power in the marketplace. Small town thinking administrator refuses to affiliate with a larger hospital system. Hospital bought a bunch of real estate a few – more... years ago including an old shopping center and now is cash poor. Timely transfer of patients needing specilaized care slow to happen. Outpatient services including surgery, oncology and emergency room not using up to date technologies. Saw some scary stuff here! – less
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Fine Medical Facilty
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee), Camden, SCAugust 1, 2012
Pros: good salary, short work week
Cons: disgruntled staff
Atypical day would bring on challenges but nothing I could not master. We had 2 RTs on the night shift. One covered the ICU as well as floor patients, while the other RT covered the ER. My co-workers for the most part were dependable and quite helpful.
We had a fine manager in the clinical sense, but a little short in dealing with personal issues.
I – more... enjoyed working there, there really weren't any hard parts to job. I really enjoyed working with my patients. – less