Lead ORA - Full Time (Former Employee) – Norwalk, CT – December 10, 2017
Its not fun place to work. Very stressful job, Have to deal with serious deceases. Politics. No bonus for my position.
Should pay more for work I do:
• Assign daily duties to direct reports and supervise orderlies performance • Accurately handle and identify specimens according to established guidelines • Assisting patients and family members in pre-op areas • Develop strong relationships with office managers, and medical assistants to work with practices on quality improvement activities • Ensure all equipment and required tools are maintained and well-kept in the Operating Room to the highest standards • Participate and provide inputs for improving patient care in team quality meetings • Promote efficiency and safety at all times • Perform other duties as assigned such as Assisting Nurses and Doctors in O.R. moving and positioning patients
Norwalk hospital is a nice and clean facility. Excellent ancillary staff. Tiger text makes communication very easy. I have learned a lot about managing medical patients since I primarily work in surgery
It was a good experience when I volunteered at Norwalk Hospital as a high school student because I learned that I did not want to be a nurse or doctor for my profession. Also, I developed empathy for patients whom I saw suffering and was glad I could help them. The whole experience taught me to be grateful for my excellent health and my family members' wonderful health.
User Provisioning/ IS Support Specialist (Former Employee) – South Norwalk, CT – October 11, 2017
Norwalk Hospital is great place to work for. After Danbury hospital took over, lot of things changed and lot of people left Norwalk hospital. I am still looking for a position to work for norwalk hospital but my department might be moving to Danbury soon.
I like to work there even when sometimes it's very busy. The physicians are easy to work with even the surgeons in the OR. It's a cool place to work because most of the staff are easy to work with. We always work as a team even when the supervisor is not present. Sometimes I get to be in charge in the evening and the work still get done when I'm scheduled to do the OR on mondays.
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Norwalk, CA – August 24, 2017
Good coworkers. But I wouldn't want to be a patient census was always high. I enjoyed working with a variety of different people . The company was short staffed at least in the respiratory department. They also did things that stretched the employees too thin.
LINE WORKER (Former Employee) – Norwalk, CT – August 7, 2017
Always in a busy atmosphere with the different menus and request about the food the every patient need but really nice place to work with opportunities to grow and learn. I did like the experience with different task to do.
I have been employed by Norwalk Hospital in some form over the past 30 years. My entrance position was in Diagnostic Radiology, progressing into CAT Scan and special procedures. When I started my family I was fortunate to be able to work part time for many years in diagnostic and CT. When returning to full time I was employed as MRI and CT. They have been very accommodating in the past and I have formed many great friendships here. The hardest part of this job is not the day to day but upper management that is disconnected which does not help morale.