Certified Pharmacy Technician (part-time) (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – October 18, 2014
There has been a lot of change over the past couple years I have been there, my co-workers are very adaptable and in the pharmacy department which is where I work you could not ask for nicer people to work with.
Per Diem Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – September 4, 2014
A typical day of work is x-raying ED patients, out patients, and in patients. I learned how to work with digital x-rays. Management is professional based. co-workers are friendly and helpful. Hardest part of the job is working solo on overnight shifts. Most enjoyable part of the job is everyone is friendly and willing to help each other
Administrative Assistant/secretary (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – June 29, 2014
Pros: departmental support, team players
Through my twenty five years of employment I enjoyed working in my department with supervisors and co-workers. I learned a great deal and there was a team spirit and support system. I enjoyed helping the patients and their respective physician offices in my duties/responsibilities. Helping others (co-workers, patients, staff physicians and departments) – more... was a joy. Getting added responsibility was wonderful. – less
Ultrasound Technician, Intern (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – March 6, 2014
the ladies that work in the ultrasound department make it a great place to work. Everyone there is hard working and detail oriented. that manager is super sweet and understanding of the needs of her employees.
Nursing assistant (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – August 3, 2013
I work the night shift. I learned the power of team work at this job. Everyone good to get a long with. The hardest part of the job is trying to care for the patient as a person don't call them the patient all the time they have names Put yourself on a schedule so you wont fall behind The most enjoyable part of my job is caring for my patients
Central Service Technician (Former Employee), Philadelphia PA – April 14, 2013
Pros: different jobs to break up the montony
Cons: rules not the same for everyone
I was responsible for maintaining stock of no prescription medical supplies on the nursing floors and other patient care areas. I learned time management and working on my own to complete tasks. I was not very satisfied with the management because the rules would differ for certain people. The hardest part of the job was having people not show up for – more... work and having extra work to on the fly. My favorite part of the job was when i got to go up on the floors and see the other staff in the hospital. – less
A multi cultural workplace, friendly enviroment and people really care about you.
Cook (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – March 28, 2013
Pros: i think it's a good thing that we don't have to pay for lunch.
Cons: i've been working for almost 2yrs. and dont have any health benifits, and still don't have a permanent position.
In my time working at Nazareth Hospital, I can say I really feel like family their, and for the most part everybodys in a possitive up beat mood. I'm pool staff, so if it's sometimes that I don't have enough hours, my co-workers would give me one of their days, or they would look at my schedule and ask me if I need a couple of days so I can make some – more... money. I appreciate them for that. – less
Sonographer (Volunteer) (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – February 6, 2013
Pros: great work place
I did my extership at Nazareth Hospital,the techs there were amazing in teaching all that I need to know to be a great Sonographer ,in doing a study,how to treat patients ,working well with co-workers and work ethics.