UNIT CLERK (Current Employee), SPRINGFIELD, IL – August 25, 2015
Pros: KNOWLEGE OF CERTIN PROCEDURES
Cons: SHORT BREAKS, SOMETIMES NO LUCHES
A TYPICAL WORK DAY IS ANSWERING PHONES, PAGING TRAUMAS, ON CALL DOCTORS, I'VE LEARNED TO HAVE COMPASSION, WHEN DEALING WITH PATIENTS, AND FAMILY. MANAGEMENT THAT I WORK WITH ARE VERY STRONG, AND VERY – more... KNOWLEGIABLE OF PROCEDURES, THAT ARE NEEDED IN ER. MY CO WORKERS AND I HAVE TO WORK AS A UNIT TO SUCCEED IN WORK PLACE. THE HARDEST PART OF MY JOB, IS TO LISTEN AT ALL TIMES AND BE AWARE OF ALL THIS AROUND YOU. THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF MY JOB IS WHEN PATIENT GIVES THANKS FOR YOU HELPING THEM. – less
Case Manager - Float, ED/Case Manager Specialist (Former Employee), Modesto, CA – January 12, 2015
Responsible for a daily assignment of patients who require post acute placement. Daily follow up w/ patients/family and Case Manager for expected discharge and clinical needs upon discharge. Provided education to patients/families on process involved for post acute placement, cost, time etc.
Radiologic Technologist Assistant (Former Employee), Springfield, IL – January 5, 2015
Memorial was a GREAT place to work. It was great helping people. A typical day in the ER was hectic however, it was awesome. Constantly busy. Constantly walking. It was great learning about what goes on in a health care facility.
Unit Secretary (Former Employee), Springfield, IL – January 1, 2015
As a unit secretary I was in charge of answering patient's call lights, the phone, putting patient's orders into the computer, keeping the front desk organized and also help nurses and other staff when – more... needed. I learned how to manage multiple tasks at once and how to prioritize tasks. The most difficult part of the job was learning how to multi task, especially when critical situations were happening. The staff that I worked with made everyday enjoyable and they were always there when someone needed them. – less
Registered Nurse, Medical Intensive Care Unit (Former Employee), Springfield, IL – November 10, 2014
Pros: flexible work hours
Cons: short breaks, lack of support staff
My first real RN job was at MMC. It was the perfect starter job for me. My work environment was awesome, I couldn't have asked for better co-workers. People are team players and obviously care about the – more... patients. I learned so much about critical care medicine. The draw back for me was the management lack of hiring enough appropriate people to fulfill obvious positions to help ease the over worked nurses. – less
Glenda Concepcion, Nurse Department Manager (Current Employee), Modesto, CA – October 20, 2014
Workplace was productive and the management team was great to work with. The Balance between co-workers and myself was very active. The communication with all on the department was easy and effective. I enjoy every aspect of my job.
xray tech assistant (Former Employee), Springfield Illinois – August 14, 2014
Pros: paid time off. cafeteria. management. pay raises and room for advancement.
Cons: short breaks. long hours if necessary.
I would be extremely busy helping patients, nurses, doctors, radiologist, and technologist. It was very enjoyable but extremely busy. I learned patient care, cpr, xray and ct, trauma and er protocol, and – more... people skills. My management were amazing. Co-workers were extremely nice. Hardest part of the job was dealing with the stress of Trauma, and handling situations with extreme caution. The best part of the job was helping people, meeting people, and the Paid Time Off that was available. – less