PAA II (Former Employee), Port Huron, MI – October 13, 2014
Pros: good co-workers, flexible scheduling options
Cons: interactions with patients/patient families without support of other co-workers.
I thoroughly enjoyed my first year of employment with PHH as an Emergency Department Registration Rep, I learned a lot and felt respected by the entire team. There were some changes made to the process of registration during my second year of employment instead of registering patients primarily in the triage area we went into each patient room to register – more... them. This was not always an ideal situation as some people were intoxicated/under the influence of narcotics and could be unpredictable in so far as the safety of the registrar. That aside I did still enjoy mutual respect from my ED co-workers. I also had support from a very caring manager. – less
Hospital Receptionist (Former Employee), Port Huron – September 2, 2014
Pros: meet a lot of versitile of people
Cons: many sick patients that look ill
Answer all phone calls. Transfer phone calls to Dr. or to a patients room. Answered any questions that a patient might have concerning a doctor schedule or offering a website to better educate the patient or loved ones.
Nurse Aid (Former Employee), Port Huron, MI – July 11, 2014
Pros: great benefits, 3 day a week 12 hr shifts
Cons: patient load and responsibilities
it was a great place to work. the only problem was the ever changing mamagement and the patient load on the floors for nurse aids. having a even flow of management in and out made the job hard to do accuratly and to the new managements standards.
Had fun working at Port Huon Hospital liked most of the people that worked in my departement
Customer Service/Insurance Verification (Former Employee), Port Huron, MI – April 4, 2014
Pros: got free lunches some time thur out the year
Cons: some people took more breaks then they should have would take one with out telling others.
It was great working at the hospital. I felt that if you supervisor did like you the found a way to get rid of you. That their was like a "pet" and those people could make mistake after mistake and are still there. I learned a lot in my 16 year that I was there. I enjoyed working with most of my co-works we all worked as one and most days went smoothly.(I – more... know everyone don't get along), I found that someone made a mistake over and over again and would say they never did or do that it hard to work with some one like that. Some days were busier then others but I like that the fast pace most days. – less
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Port Huron, MI – February 21, 2014
Pros: good food
Cons: poor staffing ratio and support
The orientation process for new nurses is unorganized and has a sink or swim approach. I regretted that I did not hold out for a stronger health system for my first year of RN experience. I think I would have been better supported at Beaumont or Henry Ford. Hospital is not a teaching hospital and is behind in many aspects of practice. There are better – more... hospitals to work at, but it's a job if you need one. – less
Technician (Current Employee), Port Huron MI – February 11, 2014
Monitoring surveillance cameras and preforming quarterly safety checks, Evaluating and assessing mental health statuses and clinical changes in patients, Coaching and precepting new staff , Assessing Patient needs, Evaluating and documenting Mental Health status/changes, Assessing Vital Signs, Facilitating group therapy and assessing behavior/medical – more... changes during discussions, Assisting Doctors in therapy sessions with patients, Facilitating and encouraging ADL’s of patients, Providing comfort and care as needed. – less
Cardiac Selective Care RN (Former Employee), Port Huron, MI – February 6, 2014
Pros: great pay and excellent benefits
Cons: nurse to patient ratio
Everyone there is pretty nice and they all work as a team to help get things completed. Management is really nice and understanding if you are upfront and open with them. This is a hard floor and definitely needs you to be on your A game. They have a wonderful orientation period with terrific educators who are always there when you need them to answer – more... questions or just be an ear to listen. – less
Unit Secretary, Nurse's aide, EKG technician (Former Employee), Port Huron MI – September 4, 2013
Port Huron hospital is a fantastic place to work. Employees are treated with respect. The pay is fair along with benefits. If you loe healthcare and have a loving personality you would love to work in any department.
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Port Huron, MI – April 11, 2013
I have learned MANY things in my ten years of service to this establishment. All challenging and rewarding for the most part; I did deal with end of life care, but I felt better knowing I was able to help the patients and thier loved ones as much as I could with the process. I have met a lot of people along my journey here, and I have learned something – more... from each and every one. This was a great experience for me and I am able to carry with me for the rest of my life. Teamwork was founded on many of my co-workers that I was blessed to work beside caring for the community. – less
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee), Port Huron, MI – March 18, 2013
fun and friendly place to work. everyone is willing to help you out when you have an issue. management is around all the time so if you have a problem they will help solve it. the best part of the job is i couldnt pick any better coworkers