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Love what I do.
CT Technologist/Xray Technologist (Former Employee) –  Oroville, CAJuly 31, 2013
Fortunately I love what I do. The frustration comes into the equation when you need something from management. They give you the nod, and you wait for the request to be completed. The advancement rate is poor, because once they like where you are at, ie graveyards, you are stuck as it is difficult to fill those positions with dependable peeps that can do the work and work independently with out supervision, so in a sense you are punished for being a great worker. So Frustrated. The people that get the promotions are the peeps that are seen daily, PM's and graves are kind of a forgotten island. Even when applying for a position, you wont get a call for an interview. The equipment is subpar, something is always broken a bucky that needs constant adjustment just to use. Collimators that dont collimate. We have two portables, and one is down at least once a month. If the CT scanner goes down we have to transport the pt to the clinic and use the scanner down there, which is fine as it used to be at the hospital, no contrast can be administered at that site. These things are all things that come with the job, Creativity and flexibility, but Management doesnt acknowledge this, you will work really hard, only to hear about your mistakes. No encouragement, no kudos. No equality among the Technologists, ie some techs are working without Fluoro licenses, and therefore dont go to surgery, or do fluoro, yet are paid the same
Pros
Awesome Co-workers from the ER to the Floors.
Cons
on PM shifts and graves, you need to clock out for lunch, but you're probably going to be working thru it, you cant clock back in for a full thirty minutes with the system in place, No advancement, Subpar equipment
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Lab Assistant (Former Employee) –  Oroville, CAFebruary 20, 2018
Busy reference lab, great place to gain experience in the medical field. Lots of great coworkers who are very competent at their jobs, but morale can be low due to poor management.
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Very busy. Enjoy the doctors and nursing staff
Case Manager / Discharge Planner (Current Employee) –  Oroville, CADecember 7, 2017
This company is good to work for if you have young kids or you are a new grad. You don’t have to travel far to get some good basic skills and experience. Unfortunately, that is what it seems this hospital gets. A lot of nurses using OH as a stepping stone.
Pros
Everyone seems to care. Nurses support nurses ect.
Cons
I am not a union fan but I understand why Oroville feels they need one.
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