CNA (Former Employee) – Livingston, TN – March 31, 2017
I worked medical surgical unit. it was challenging but great nurses are there to help you on that unit. I worked nights and Jamie and Justin were good to help me lift patients and they were good nurses. Loved my work family. Pay was bad but thats everywhere u go.
Productive and great place to work with not enough compensation for PRN
Registration and Admissions Clerk (Current Employee) – Livingston, TN – February 1, 2017
The pace and work required by the job is not unreasonable, but the lack of compensation for PRN workers will continue to be problem if the layout of the job continues to stay the same. I've learned a great deal on handling medical insurance and sensitive medical insurance. The management is reasonable and understanding, they just don't always stand up for our department when other departments give us problems. The hardest part of the job is being able to properly handle the public and the families of the patients, while maintaining a clear focus on the patients insurance and paperwork. The most enjoyable part of the job is the variety of which my work load consists of and the constant variety of people I get to meet.
You don't get advanced based on your abilities. There is a lot of gossip and favoritism. Management listens to rumors and does not go by the facts. Constantly understaffed and management team does a lot of things shady that are swept under the rug. My co workers were awesome for the most part. The hardest part of my job was watching the Rehab Director get paid for doing nothing. The most enjoyable part was when I got offered a position and was able to leave. I had been being paid significantly lower than other RNs not only at that facility but for an RN in general.
This was my clinical working as a Pharmacy Technician. I would fill medication, deliver to nurses stations, compound medications. This was a very interesting work to be done. I would like to continue working in a hospital setting.
I was a student doing my externship for medical laboratory technician.
Externship (Former Employee) – Livingston, TN – July 14, 2013
I learned every aspect of working in a laboratory> including quality control, laboratory information systems, processing and receiving specimens, and did phlebotomy on the floor. It was a 6 month externship and i couldn't have had a better experience with better people.
Worked prn as a RN.... Patient load 8-12 patients, total care. . Unsafe!! Poor communication, organization, unfriendly coworkers... Bad, bad situation! Not a pleasurable experience! Poor patient care...