FANS Sales Clerk (Former Employee) – Rome, GA – July 16, 2015
The environment at Redmond was very comfortable and easy to adapt to. The thing I loved most was being able to build interdepartmental relationships with other Co-workers. Depending on placement, some jobs were more fast-paced than others. Overall it was a pleasant and very rounded nice place to work.
Suspension List Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rome, GA – May 27, 2015
Redmond is has a great work culture and they really make you feel like family. You have to be clinical to be able to advance with Redmond. All of the clerical jobs with the company has been outsourced which causes a bit of confusion for the patients.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Rome, GA – May 18, 2015
Work was patient focused. Loved the atmosphere and learning obtained. Hated to leave to further eduction. Learned compounding and drug calculations to ensure accuracy. Management was great yet was a constant turnover. Co workers were easy to work with and willing to be flexible when needed to accommodate other workers needs when arose. hardest part of the job was learning my way around the facility and the most enjoyable was the job itself. i truly loved it.
Food and Nutrition Services Employee (Former Employee) – Rome, GA – December 24, 2014
Good place to work, just need a more competitive job, need room for advancement. An average day was cooking and serving 150 or more patients, taking the food up to the rooms, scraping dishes and clean up after each meal. Co- workers were friendly and enjoyable to work around.
LPN (Current Employee) – Rome, GA – February 7, 2013
A typical day at work is get report on the patients I will be providing care for and then go meet them. Then I wait on vital signs and give them their daily medicine of what the doctor has ordered them. From then on I just take care of any needs they have or if they have any tests or procedures scheduled I will prepare them for those. I have learned so much since working at Redmond. I have learned about arteries of the heart, blood pressure, and fluid that can effect the pump of the heart. My managers are wonderful and treat me along with everyone else with respect. I love my co-workers are wonderful and like family. The hardest thing about my job is sometimes getting overwhelmed when you have a patient anxious about going home and waiting on the doctor to write the discharge order and release them. The most enjoyable part of my job is when a patient tells you how great of a nurse you are and to keep being a good nurse. Also when a patient tells you they can tell you are in healthcare for heart not money.
Excellent opporturnity to really make a difference!
Physical Therapist (Current Employee) – Inpatient Rehab Unit – November 8, 2012
I have worked with Redmond a little over a year and have really enjoyed my experience. My co-workers are fantastic and I learn something new every day from at least one of them. My supervisors are understanding and work hard for best patient care AND employee satisfaction. I feel I really can affect my patient's outcome and play an importance role in their overall care.
Professional nurse (Former Employee) – Rome, GA – August 3, 2012
Limited advancement possibilities unless one of the "clique" or related to someone. Culture of fear and "if you don't like it here go" The direct care providers provide excellent care and patient care does not suffer.
Evs Technician (Former Employee) – Rome, GA – August 1, 2012
worked in Enviromental services and was " laid off" got a letter from the then department manager. due to a lack of work. then get a letter in December saying i was fired due to job abandonment .. they tried their hardest to get me fired to not get unemployment but didnt work.. the 2nd shift manager did not like any worker that was a student even tho the scedules didnt conflict. he was more worried about himself and his job not the issues you had. you got 2 breaks on top of a lunch and would hear complaining for taking the 2nd break you are allowed.