Mental Health Technician (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – April 16, 2016
My experience at this organization has been one of frustration. I am experienced professionally, personally and academically in continuous improvement - and my view of this organization is that it only pays lip service to it's stated mission, vision & values. The point at which it is weakest in this respect is in workforce focus. Turnover is high, and talent retention seems unimportant to all levels of leadership in my view.
Internal Audit Internship (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – April 27, 2015
I worked as the internal audit intern helping the 3 other auditors with thier audit and daily resonsabilities. I learned alot in the audit process and was even able to perform my own audits with little supervision by the end.
Nutrition Services Supervisor Patient Food Service (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – October 20, 2014
I worked for Parkview Health in the Nutrition Services Department for over 6 years. I enjoyed what I did and the patients that I was able to help. I just need a job that does not require me to work every other weekend and every other major holiday.
nurse leader (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – July 10, 2014
i have worked at parkview health for 26 years. it was my first and only job in a hospital, as i am a loyal employee. i have enjoyed talking to people the most! patients, and everyone else you may encounter day to day. i am a great communicator and have an awesome set of skills. as i mentioned i am also ACLS certified. i have been priviledged to work at parkview. we hold ourselves to the highest standards and our HCAHPS scores reflect that. our unit displays amazing teamwork. i am proud every day and always tell the nurses that. i make sure to take a few minutes before i leave, to thank each coworker individually. it makes a difference. i just can't say enough about all my years at parkview health!
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – June 12, 2014
I love doing phlebotomy and love the patients that came in on a regular bases. My co-workers was great to work with. We worked great together as a team. We made our job fun but was still very professional.
Care Manager - Cardiac/Medical Intensive Care Unit (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – March 24, 2014
Provide excellent nursing care to individuals in the critical care setting. Integral part of the team in planning and implementing a move to new hospital. Serve as chair person of the Critical Care Education Committee. Precept new employees on a regular rotation. Complete sepsis audits and input data into Surviving Sepsis Campaign database. Essential part of the committee in developing sepsis order set, sepsis protocol, and sepsis algorithm for hospital network. Educate staff on Rotoprone Bed and ARDS on a quarterly basis.
Epic Credentialed Trainer (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – January 23, 2014
Parkview moves employees into new job roles/titles and does not change their existing job roles. Employees are not given certifications necessary for advancement and are expected to do duties that are beyond their current position without compensation. Parkview does not value the hard work of their employees.
Information Services Analyst (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – December 5, 2013
I learn something new almost daily. I learned to use eGate and Cloverleaf on the job. I have learned more about Health Care than I ever could have in any class. I work a lot with the Laboratory and am considered a lab "expert". I work on a team of 4 within a department of 200. I know at least half of the staff. The best part of my job is the coding/testing of the interfaces. It's such a wonderful feeling of accomplishment when the data pass through the testing tool and looks exactly as you planned it! Not so exciting when it doesn't work the first time though.
Business Associate (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – October 1, 2013
A typical work day would consist of helping out in the mail room and sorting mail, and assisting other employees with their work. I learned how to sort mail for the mail room. Management was okay. The co-workers were kind of intimidating. There was not a hard part of the job. The most enjoyable part was lunch, the food was amazing.
Surgical / Medical Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – February 12, 2013
My work day was very busy with both mental and physical activity, continued interaction with customers from inside and outside the company. I had a lot of continued on the job training, because programs were always changing in this line of work. I enjoyed working with others who were talented and ambitius like myself. The hardest part of my job was having enough time in a day, but that is why we were a 24 hour service. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with people and assisting others both co-workers and clients.
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – October 23, 2012
Love the team work that happens at Parkview! I start my shift getting the elders up, dressed, and showered. Then proceed to breakfast. Get them involved in activities such as their ROM done, music, arts and crafts, church, etc. Then we have lunch, which I will assist in feeding if anyone needs help at meals. After lunch we allow the residents to lay down and nap if they'd like between lunch and super! Toileting is done every 2 hours unless needed more!