Home town hospital born there faith based small great learning for new Grad
Staff Nurse Charge nurse all units (Former Employee) – Urbana, OH – November 1, 2017
started at 7 am off at 7pm 1-5 pts of med/Surgical Out pt Telementry Ortho did have great mix of pts Culture home town every one knew every one Hardest part of Job was over all new grand buildingn on skills Most enjoyable bed side pt care time to spend with the pts educate see life changes in pts faith based
close to home 2 miles home town small felt comfortable
our clinical depart alway determines deal with complex situation
Clinical Engineer 1 (Former Employee) – Ardmore, OK – August 29, 2017
my typical day at work is every day, am always busy the equipment to the day I resign pursuing my bachelor degree in business administration. I learn almost everything, the state regulation, pm, constant meeting for safety, knows various vendors, how to order the part from part source, comparing pricing and etc.workplace is well organized, Team work is always.is encouraging.The hardest part in was core worker usually call in a lot, I work without supervisions that how confident my manager had for me.
mercy have different hospital in many part of north area which we do many service for them, similar to field service
not much traing school to obtain certain cerficate
Patient Companion (Current Employee) – Monroe, MI – April 26, 2017
I like working at Mercy Memorial. The staff are great and everyone works hard together. I have learned so much over the last 5 years. Everyone is willing to help and explain things when questions arise.
Certified Nurse Aide (Former Employee) – Ardmore, OK – July 27, 2016
good place to work for. Hardest thing about working for them is having 10+ patients to yourself for 12 1/2 hours.co workers are great. they will pull together and work as a team when they are short handed.
Transition was taking place in ownership and management changes were rapidly occurring.
Inpatient Mental Health Lead Social Worker (Former Employee) – Monroe, MI – September 30, 2015
I liked working with the patients and the co-workers. We really were in a fast pace environment and teamwork was a must. Communication was improving through team development and collaboration. I left the job due to my husband getting a transfer.
Team of coworkers, relationship with patients, compensation was good
If it hadn't been for to nurses in the ED, Ito would have stayed in the ED.
Registered Nurse in Emergency Department (Former Employee) – Ardmore, OK – June 18, 2015
I worked in the ED for about 6 to 8 months, one of the charge nurses started verbally abusing me in front the patients, the other nurse, then in front of the patients. It has to be bad if your own patient states that she can't speak to you that way. My own patient was mad at my charge nurse for me. I took the charge nurse into a private room and asked her to stop yelling at me in front of my patients, other nurses and the doctors. She said she was trying to make me a better nurse, faster, but I went trough the highest number of patients in the last to months. It didn't add up. After shift talked our manager and she said the charge had her approval and didn't listen. I wrote everything down and took it to HR and they got me out of the Ed. I was neve afraid of an arrest CPR after that experience though.
I found I can stay calm in almost any tragedy.
I understand nurses eating the new ones. They treat them badly
RN/LPN (Former Employee) – Monroe, MI – January 12, 2015
I worked at Mercy as my first job. I was an LPN and a RN there. I loved the hospital, my coworkers, and my job. I worked twelve hour days and nights. I learned my first skills as a nurse here. I met some amazing people. It gave me my baseline for nursing. It was a great place to start and it helped me to master the clinic skills I needed to advance my profession. Nursing has the same hard experiences everywhere....losing patients and seeing them go through difficult things. The best thing about nursing is making a difference.
Telecom Engineer (Current Employee) – Monroe, MI – October 12, 2014
I work with a great group of people within the "IT", patient care is always the most important task in everyone's day. My day usually includes, Move, Adds, and Change son PBX Equipment. Including Voicemail, Ascom Wireless Handsets, and Nurse Call.
Everyday is a new learning experience, I am always willing to learn and work on equipment or software that I am not familiar with. Has the industry changes I grow with it.
Small Community Hospital operating in the best interests of people in Monroe County and surrounding areas
Medical Surgical Unit, staff RN (Former Employee) – Monroe, MI – July 25, 2014
Typical small community hospital with welcoming ambience and certain limitations pertinent to smaller healthcare facilities. High potential for a faster burnout. No pay raise in years. Significant reduction in benefits for employees. However, many nice/advanced changes have been initiated to satisfy increased needs of the patients and families.
Friendliness of staff, good team work.
Frequent changes without thoroughly developed plans resulting in increased work-related stress.
CT/Radiology Technologist (Current Employee) – Monroe, Mi – May 21, 2014
I usually worked alone, but have excellent repoir with the ER staff and doctors. My co-workers were all very dedicated and compassionate. I loved being able to problem solve on the fly. Always experienced something new.