Records Clerk, NHS Human Serv (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 31, 2016
My shift starts at 12:00. Pulling charts for the next scheduled therapist and doctors, filling releases, answering phones. New Doctor's and Therapist start all the time, learning names, and how different programs work. Good management,get along with co-workers,the hardest part is not being able to find a closed chart for a release, the most enjoyable part is conversation with co-workers, doctor's,therapist plenty of laughter.
Working a typical day in the ICU could be very "intense." You had to maintain a calm sense about yourself in a sea of chaos. You could have a trauma bleeding out in one room and a stroke occurring in another room. Everyone looking at you for direction and you must be able to direct them. That is what my day consisted of.
Great, hard working staff. Regular hours with some OT as needed . Most difficult part of job was a few managerial changes within a short time frame. Lots of "snow birds" most taking great pride in their homes and the environment.
great food service at pool and golf course w/employee discount
registered nurse (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – January 6, 2016
I always compare Labor and Delivery to the Emergency Department. You never know what type of patient will walk in the door. In this environment the nurse needs to remain calm and anticipate many different types of possible scenarios. The nurse may be presented with a patient who presents at 9cm. When this happens she will need to remain calm and rely on her training, knowledge and co-workers. It is essential to a successful department that the team works well together regardless of the situation presented.
Another aspect of nursing is nurturing not only the patient, but also their significant other and their extended family members. Some of these patients have never been a patient in the hospital. I believe in order for the patient and family to remain calm the nurse must educate them along the duration of their stay.
The birth of a child can be the most rewarding experience for a healthcare worker. I feel that the nurse is essentially an extended part of the patients family while they are in her care. The nurse must present a confident and calm demeanor while caring for the whole family unit.
sleep technician (Current Employee) – Little River, SC – January 5, 2016
Nice place to work. The pay is not what it should be and you do not get full time hours. It is nights only job. Its hands on training. My coworkers are awesome. You might have to travel. The are no benefits available and you don't get reimbursements for background checks, tests or mileage for traveling.
Central Sterilization Room (CSR) Technician (Former Employee) – HI – November 25, 2015
Being in the military may or may not be the best experience depending on the people that are around you. the CSR in the Naval Dental Clinic in Marine Corps Base Hawaii was a great work area with very supportive co-workers, very little patient contact, less hassle, and can be very fun.
Music, Work Flow is very efficient.
short breaks, sometimes doctors have no patience in waiting for their equipment
Worked front office, assisted staff, patients, did charge entries and payment postings
Behavioral Health Support Staff (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 23, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. Not all about the numbers but how you personally grow and develop. Company had good benefits and professional training. Training would not only be about how to do your particular job in your area, it would also include the latest changes in working with new programs ex, Microsoft office. which would enhance your performance and your job duties. Not a lot of job turn over. People around you generally liked and enjoyed their jobs and moral was good.
Kenccid/supervisor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia PA – October 8, 2015
I enjoy my job as it allows me to help others in many different ways including my coworkers. I learn something every day at work sometimes small things at other times monumental. Either way big or small it allows me to be a better me.