Pros: excellent training, benefits, good teamwork
I really liked my job at O'Connor. I trained to be an ICU/CCU RN while at this facility. The manager was a woman of her word. All of the verbal promises were put down on paper in black & white, and everything was done with "NO" breach of contract. I had excellent preceptors, and the hospital was geared toward training & supporting their staff for better patient outcomes. I left O'Connor trying to get a job in Stanford's Cardiac ICU, but I ended up at El Camino with a promise for Balloon pump training.