Pros: room for advancement, education assistance, benefits, competitive pay and hours.
Cons: short and interrupted breaks, occational under staffing, constant managerial changes make it hard to stay current on requirements and policies.
I enjoy working for Northeast Georgia Medical Center. The employers work with your school schedule to encourage growth of education. While patient care is very important to management, profit is equally important. I understand that profit is what keeps a business alive, but patient satisfaction is what draws profit. It is essential that there is an – more... equal balance of priority in such businesses. One thing that should be remembered is overall, "the customer is always right," we must strive to satisfy the ones who keep us running. The hardest part of the Job is staffing. With the medical field there is always a turnover rate that is hard maintain. Lets face it, the medical field is usually not desired for its fashion. Maintaining fully staffed floors is an issue for every medical facility housing more than one floor of specialty. Therefore, there are days where we do not have enough staff and the work load is heavy. This does stress your patients as well. They are not able to recieve the same care that would be readily available if we were properly staffed. Overall, Northeast Georgia Medical Center is a good facility to work for. – less