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Welcome Center Volunteer (Former Employee), Dearborn, MINovember 25, 2013
I volunteered at the welcome center and provided guests information about any concerns they had about the hospital. I would direct them to places they needed to be so they would not feel lost.
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Not a good place to work
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee), Dearborn, MiOctober 4, 2013
Pros: zilch
Cons: environment
This place has a very toxic work environment. People are unfriendly and management doesn't have a clue to what's going on. I hope the CEO figures out this management needs to be replaced from the top down.
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Registered Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee), Dearborn,MiAugust 22, 2013
Pros: absolutely nothing
Cons: everything
People here are very unfriendly and will stab you in the back with no problem. Treatment load is vey high and you're always under a microscope. Employees sit in the break room and talk about other employees and management staff. Pay is low. Full time employees are required to work every Other Friday,Saturday,and Sunday. So, if you work midnites, life – more... will be hell. Training is subpar. – less
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Good Company as far as Pay Scale
Physician Contact Service Representative (Former Employee), Dearborn, MIJanuary 11, 2013
Pros: good pay, great people.
Cons: breaks on midnights were pretty much non-existent.
Working Midnights consisted of Handling quite a few Routine Consults for Doctors,which entailed entry into two different formats.So one call required quite a bit of work as timers had to be set for Next Morning Delivery.Other calls where Dr. to Dr. calls for the ER or for Nurses on the Floors.Following Doctors Preferences as to how to be Contacted at – more... certain times of the Day or Night.
Learned quite a bit of Medical Terminology,other than that already knew Procedures for handling calls.
Top Management was Good.Immediate Supervisor not rated to Highly and one of the many reasons, along with Budget Cuts that the Department was Closed.
Co-Workers were a Great Bunch of people from Diverse backgrounds.Actually learned quite a bit from them.
Hardest Part of Job,well there were really no hard parts.Once job was learned things sailed along smoothly.
Enjoyable parts were Co-Workers and the sense that we were all performing a necessary job, that all the Doctors really appreciated.Department only started in April of 2009,til then no such Department existed.Doctors appreciated our attention to detail and the fact that there Call Preferences were being met. – less