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Not great but not awful
Housekeeping (Current Employee), Tooele, UTFebruary 15, 2014
It is an okay environment.
A typical day would be going into patients rooms to pick up garbage and laundry, clean rooms that need to be cleaned. or working in the ER and cleaning the rooms when patients are discharged.
The hardest part of my job is picking up the slack from those who dont do their job.
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Great place to work
Health Unit Clerk/ER Technician (Former Employee), Tooele, UTAugust 20, 2013
Great staff and physicians. Fun atmosphere and outstanding values.
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very good job
Director of Radiology (Former Employee), Tooele, UTJune 21, 2013
Pros: good work enviroment
Cons: no advancement
no room for advancement staff great great job best part about the job the radiologist.
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Constantly using my critically thinking skills
Director of Risk Management (Current Employee), Tooele, UTOctober 13, 2012
Pros: work with legal counsel, family oriented, flexible
Cons: culture
As the Risk Manager and Patient Safety Officer each day is unpredictable always busy and at times extremely challenging (I like challenging makes my job more interesting and I get to use my critical thinking skills). I have learned so much of how the internal aspect of a hospital functions-so much more to it than meets the naked eye. Co-workers-I work – more... well as a team player and am able to remain objective no matter the issue(s) at hand. Some co-workers are a little more difficult to work with but I try to continuously improve my communication skills and various approaches unique to that particular co-worker. Hardest part of my job-Trying to make co-workers and employees be accountable for their actions, not point fingers at others or make excuses but to follow through and find the root of the problem so a solution can be made. When a patient, family member, or friend call and compliment the staff on what a good job the staff and the whole hospital did; very rewarding. – less