Excellent culture, environment, and high regard to patient and customer care.
Patient Service Coordinator Heart Center (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – February 4, 2018
Always ensured employees had proper training and tools to provide outstanding care to patients and all customers. Very responsive to patient, customer, and employee concerns. Magnet accredited hospital. Met and exceeded all guidelines, procedures, and healthcare standards.
Medical Clerk/Medical Records Receptionist (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – January 9, 2018
Queens Medical Center is a face pace environment. It is a place of growth and learning. You are able to meet many people and gain many opportunities to learn different things from many different people.
Customer Service Representative- SODEXO (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – January 6, 2018
I have fun working in Queens as my working place. my employer is Sodexo which is our Corporate office is in the mainland. The job which i am in helps me enhances my Customer Service skills. Fun to work with people who loves their job and enjoying their daily activities.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – December 5, 2017
A typical day at work for queens was constant flow. I learned how to be a barista workers aside from other skills. The management was very calm but still enforced. The most enjoyable thing about this company was the experience of learning something new.
Wonderful staff and working atmosphere. lots of "Aloha"
RN (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – September 25, 2017
Mixed Med/surgical/Oncology unit. Ultra busy unit. Primary care. Patient load between 4- 5 Polished skills in Organization, leadership, communication. I thoroughly enjoyed the Multi-culture population of clients and staff. It was a wonderful and positive experience for me.
Registered Nurse, Critical Care Nurse (Current Employee) – Honolulu, HI – September 20, 2017
A typical work day goes as follows: 1) Bedside report 2) Introduce self to patient and/or family and ask what their goals are for the day. 3) Complete full assessment of the patient (including EKG interpretation). 4) Review orders and start to implement (unless I have questions for the provider first). 5) Round with providers 6) Dispense medication 7) Bathe patient and provide oral care. 8) Draw labs 9) Complete DAR note 10) Bedside report
I have learned how to do an advanced neurological assessment. I have learned that good communication is key to exceptional patient care.
The management at Queens is uplifting.
The workplace culture at Queens is supportive, not punitive, and offers educational opportunities.
I enjoy helping my co-workers when they receive a patient that is very critically ill. Even though I have been a Queens for a short time I feel like a valued part of the team.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – August 23, 2017
Good place to work at, Register patients, check if authorization is needed, if so need to call ins or physician, collect copay or self share,document in system, make copy or scan insurance cards and ID. While doing this you are also listening to whatever your patient is saying, making your patient feel he or she is most comfortable and that he or she is important to Qmc. Working at QMC is a challenge. If you like a challenge this is for you. You can learn a lot from Qmc. I did and I loved working at QMC
There are so many good people that you come across of.
Professional supervisor vs unprofessional you have both
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – July 13, 2017
They kept me busy on my toes, They tried to get me what was best for me and that was great because Queens is a big hospital franchise. I was still in high school where I was still able to learn other after getting my credits
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI 96813 – June 27, 2017
At the Queens Medical Center, Punchbowl inpatient pharmacy, you will never be board. There are so many different areas pertaining to hospital pharmacy you can learn. From assisting pharmacist with phone calls from other staff, to IV medication compounding, chemotherapy medication compounding, outpatient services, receiving, etc... You have the opportunity to be able to work with all different kinds of personalities and people from different departments (e.g. nursing staff, doctors). The work pace is rather fast at times, but sometimes not. You have a great opportunity to make a huge impact on peoples lives by helping them receive an excellent standard of care.
Behavioral Health Associate (Current Employee) – Honolulu, HI – June 14, 2017
Able to perform productive and internship work with patients. To have the ability to make an impact and do a variety of different tasks. However work schedule does not allow a healthy balance and is difficult to maintain if in school or desire to have family life.