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My First Nursing Job
Registered Nurse/Charge Nurse (Former Employee), Saint Alexius HospitalJuly 15, 2014
All days straight out of nursing school. Who could ask for more? This is a community hospital in south Saint Louis. I got to know many of the patients in the area considerably and although I did not get a raise until the year I left, I have never felt so much appreciation for being a nurse. The clients were so appreciative of the care they received, – more... I am grateful to have worked there for the time I did. – less
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medical malpractice paralegal
medical malpractice paralegal (Former Employee), Louisville KYJuly 14, 2014
Obtained lots of knowledge of the legal field during this time.
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Nursing
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Louisville, KYJuly 10, 2014
I love nursing but want to be a medical device rep or clinical care specialist
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Helpful
Nightshift charge nurse in Intensive Care (Current Employee), Alliance, OhioJuly 4, 2014
Helpful, nice place to work. Great co-workers and patient base.
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This is a company where there is a great medical support
Patient Care Assistant (Former Employee), BWHJuly 3, 2014
Working for this company is great as the medical support team is there for the RNs in time of need.
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Great place to work
Staff Floor Nurse (Former Employee), Evansville, INJune 29, 2014
Very busy medical-surgical unit. I learned to assess patients well which helped me with my future education.
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Comprehensive learning experience
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Merrillville, INJune 21, 2014
Pros: great experience
Cons: understaffing
*This was a medical/surgical unit in a hospital setting.
*A typical day might include the assessment and treatment of five to seven medical or post-operative patients.
*I learned basic nursing care of numerous types of patients in this setting.
*This particular workplace had several managers, all of whom were caring and helpful.
*Co-workers here were – more... helpful when they could be but the patient load was fairly heavy so each nurse had alot on his/her plate.
*The hardest part of the job was simply being a new nurse and not yet feeling confident in my skills.
*The most enjoyable part of this job was also the most difficult: the comprehensive nature of medical/surgical patients. – less
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fantastic work environment
Surgical-RN (Former Employee), McHenry, ILJune 16, 2014
Great co-workers, supportive work environment. Enjoyed one-on one patient care.
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Great supervision, able to help veterans receive benefits
Unit Secretary (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PAJune 9, 2014
Loved working for the Department of Veterans Affairs. If it hadn't been for a medical reason I'd still be working there.
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hostile work place, belittling and cursing
Charge Nurse/ Free float nurse/medication (Former Employee), Seattle, WAJune 6, 2014
Hostile work place, staff is always in fear of losing their job. Name calling, cursing and yelling at employees if tasks, expectations are not met or if errors are made.
Most of the fellow co-workers were pleasant and great to work with.
The hardest part was trying to meet the expectations in the time restraints given and not knowing if the supervisor – more... was going to belittle you in front of fellow employees and visitors if your work didn't meet her expectations. – less
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Bronx Lebanon Hospital is a great place to work but I do not like the Travel Company I am with.
RN Circulator Travel Nurse (Current Employee), Bronx, NYJune 3, 2014
Pros: very team oriented work place environment at bronx leb hospital
Cons: finding medical supplies is difficult
My experience at Bronx Lebanon hospital has been wonderful. I have enjoyed my co-workers and the clientele we serve. I am employed to this hospital through a travel agency and the travel company has been a disappointment to me. I have an excellent relationship with management and staff, surgeons and patients.
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Surgical Nurse (Current Employee), Maywood, ILJune 3, 2014
Everyday was a different day. Great place to keep up with your clinical skills.
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Ok place to work
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Baltimore Washington Medical CenterMay 30, 2014
Pros: good team
Cons: overwhelming at times
Good team work with other nurses. Getting six patients is not fun and is very overwhelming.
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Working in a field that I took classes in.
Office Assistant (Former Employee), Erie PaMay 29, 2014
Pros: fit into my family schedule well
Cons: office manager
I enjoyed working as a medical assistant. I like the different people that you run into on a daily basis. The co workers were nice to be around for the most part. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the office manager. She micro managed and I find it easier to work in an atmosphere that gives you some leeway and allows you to make certain judgment – more... calls. – less
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balanced overall
Medical Interpreter (Current Employee), Seattle, WAMay 25, 2014
Pros: i get to chose my working hours.
Cons: i recieve salary after 2 months of preforming the job.
I am more familiar with the hospitals and medical system. More familiar with medical terminology.
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To Find a Career that enables me to utilize the Best of my Knowledge and Experience in Effectively Achieving the Goals of the Firm I work for.
Technician (Current Employee), khartoumMay 22, 2014
every day
midical lab
over night shift
i love my work
Main activities and responsibilities:
Test sample from patient by using different lab machines and equipments Performing the quality control during the shift.
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Great privately owned company
Sales Manager (Current Employee), Knoxville, TNMay 21, 2014
Calling on North America and International Medical Distributors
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team focus work place
Staff Nurse (Current Employee), Marrero, LAMay 14, 2014
Pros: stable employment
Cons: long hours and short breaks
High volume of patients with rapid turn around of patients admitted or discharged, Continued patient education. Meet great people within the community, excellent team work among co-worker.
Management is great .
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Limited staff and management caused a stressful, poorly organized and difficult work experience.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Riverwoods, ILMay 2, 2014
Pros: close to home.
Cons: no show of employee appreciation
- Processing 50% of all independent, small group, life, Medicare, and Part D applications.
- Answering phones lines, greetings customers, organizing meetings, customer service, transferring file types to different databases/programs, and handling most daily sales issues.
- In this position I dealt with a large amount of independently run projects including – more... handling the business's expansion into other states, new hire contracts and packets, licensing, and training all new hires.
- I thoroughly enjoyed the independent aspects of the job which allowed for individual organization, efficient work flow and timely project completion, however the lack of management created a stressful, unguided, fractured work environment which depressed most of the employees. Creating poor customer service and little interest from the employees to give the job their best. – less
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Team oriented with staff support
Ophthalmic Assistant (Current Employee), IN and ILApril 27, 2014
A typical day at work can be described as very busy. Patients scheduled five minutes apart and we have seen as many as 95 patients in one 8 hour work day. The hardest part of seeing that many patients is lack of help. Only me and one other tech preparing patient for doctor. In essence, there is barely time for bathroom breaks and we do not get our "required" – more... break in addition to the lunch break. The most enjoyable part of working here is my co-workers. We all strive to make each other laugh and keep each other happy during these hectic times. Also, of course, making a difference in the patients lives is rewarding.
Unfortuneately, communication with management is not favorable. Mangers rotate to different offices so we do not see them often. Therefore, our main way of communication is e-mail. However, my manager does not always respond. She does not respond to any issues other than scheduling issues, vacation requests, etc. I have sent her messages about suggestions such as how to make things better in the office for the good of everyone or employee issues and she never acknowledged it. She never said anything even when we saw each other in person.
I have learned a great deal working at this company. They have allowed me to work and learn different tasks. But, I am ready to move on and up the ladder. There is no room for advancement at this company. – less

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