Lead Histology Technician (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – September 8, 2016
The folks at Los Robles were kind, caring and compassionate. I enjoyed working with this company. The pathologist are very thorough and efficient. Laboratory assistants are very hands on and available to help out as needed.
Former Register Nurse (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – September 1, 2016
I worked on med surg/ Tele floors night shift and it was always busy. Received 2-3 admits almost every night short staffed, go out of patient ratio, don't have enough help, they have iPhone systems where all call lights go to the phone so you can have 73 missed calls within two hours from patients calling. Co workers are nice but everyone is always stressed and too busy to even help one another.
Rarely get breaks. Short staffed. Go out of ratio.
Registered Nurse II (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – August 4, 2016
Priority is money, not patient safety. Their moto is "Caring is Our Calling." It should be "The Budget is Our Baby." Expectations of staff are out of line with available resources and commitment to Union rules.
Terrific company to work for. Great training and mentorship.
Compensation Manager (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – May 27, 2016
I thoroughly enjoyed working at Los Robles. Very productive and fast paced. The training and mentorship I received gave me the knowledge and tools to advance through the Accounting and Human Resources departments. I enjoyed working with my co-workers, Management and Sr. Management on a day to day basis.
HIM Specialist/Medical Records Lead (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – March 8, 2016
Generally good place to work. Loved working with the public in all areas, & would come home feeling like I actually helped some people going through tough times. High level of work, always busy, which is great because your not sitting idle all day long. Great co-workers, great benefits, good work environment except for management.
Great pay, benefits & work environment
Management looking down on all of us as the lowly ones.
CONTRACTS MANAGER (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – November 5, 2015
At least once a month there is some sort of fun activity planned. Each year on the hospital's anniversary there is a big celebration. In 2014 there were several food trucks on site for the employees to enjoy a meal. In the spring there was a gambling event which was a lot of fun. I had a lot of co-workers I enjoyed working with. Management was really easy to work with and never made me feel as though they were better than I was.
Forced vacation days when the hospital census is low.
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Thousand Oaks, California – February 17, 2015
Management and co-workers are easy to work with and very helpful. The most enjoyable part of my job, seeing the smile to our patients, their member of the family faces, knowing that in my simple way helped them.
Medical Lab Assistant/Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – October 16, 2014
Working there prepared me for the work I did at Amgen Inc. All for the care of the patient. The staff was kind, professional and we worked hard to deliver accurate and timely results to the Doctors. The enjoyable part of the job was interacting with the patients and helping them. I learned that close attention to lab work and patient care go hand in hand. No room for mistakes. The hardest part was sometimes blood drawing from patients
physical therapist (Former Employee) – Main campus hospital – October 1, 2014
Overworked, understaffed is a typical work day. The most enjoyable part of the job is coworkers and patient care. Great medical insurance. Management is untrustworthy and fear-based. You work in fear of your job daily.
Volunteering at Los Robles Hospital was not only eye-opening but it was also a very rewarding experience. In my two years I have spent there I have learned so much about the job, different hospital departments, the responsibilities, different people, and also a lot about myself. I got to experience what working at a hospital may be like, with the different people and different environment. But the best part of volunteering was definitely helping the patients and patients' families. I had the responsibility of bringing food and/or flowers to patients, bringing blood/specimens to different hospital units, and helping discharging patients (sometimes mothers and newborn babies) on wheelchairs when they were leaving the hospital. Seeing the sincere gratitude in these individuals not only made every day of mine which I spent there but it was also beyond any monetary reward I could have received.