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Regional Hospital of Scranton Employer Reviews

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First Professional Learning Experiment
PC Tech (Current Employee), Scranton, PAJune 26, 2014
• Add Computers/Printers to Active Directory
• Manage users in Active Directory
• Diagnose problem with computer
• Install Computer Software
• Install Computer Hardware
• Run Virus Scans
• Use ticketing system to help prioritize issues
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Horrible company to work for
PATIENT ACCESS REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee), Scranton, PAFebruary 9, 2014
Pros: the money and the hours were the best
Cons: rather not say
They like to fire their employees before the probationary period ends and suck you for everything you got.
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Functional and Enjoyable Workplace
X-ray Clinical Experience (Former Employee), Scranton, PAJanuary 30, 2014
X-ray Clinicals-
Come in and be assigned to an imaging room,
There on take any patients through their imaging study for that room,
If that room is not busy, assist other employees in other rooms.
Get a detailed history and track all patients.
Clean rooms as needed as well as stock.
I learned to work together with others and assist where assistance is – more... needed. – less
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Good Medical-Surgical Hospital
Registered Nurse/ Medical/Surgical/Telemetry (Former Employee), Scranton, PANovember 4, 2013
Pros: good experience
Cons: co-workers/work load
Good Medical-Surgical experience. Most of staff is not pleasant to agency/travel nurses. Nurse to patient ratio was ridiculous 1:13, definitely overworked but good experience. Difficult to fit in as an agency nurse, not treated very well.
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Productive Day
Pc Support Specialist (Current Employee), Scranton, PAJune 16, 2013
I answer Helpdesk calls (phone/email/in person), solving them via phone or remote access. Deploying, upgrading, and removing devices such as computers, printers, scanners, and fax machines. Provide documentation about installing, removing, and updating hardware and software. I manage user accounts in various systems, keeping up to date with users' access. – more... I give 110% everyday of my all. I'm very organized and prioritize things that need to be done right away or that can wait a few days. I am eager to learn new things that will better myself in a way to help out others. – less
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Great Coworkers even better patients.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Scranton, PAJune 1, 2013
Pros: really nice cafeteria and benefit package
Cons: not enough staff i was the only aid on an acute care unit so i barely got to take breaks
Great older hospital to work in. I liked the fact that a prayer was said over the pa system everyday. My coworkers were pleasant and had great senses of humor. I learned a lot from working here about Tracheostomy care and providing excellent care in an acute care setting.The downside was that the hospital was transitioning when I was hired and I had – more... never met my boss the whole time I was working there ,anything that required the bosses involvement was handled via telephone and fax. – less
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Great work environment
Vascular Technician student (Former Employee), Scranton, PAMarch 27, 2013
I was placed here for clinical experience while in college. I would love to work there if there was a position available, but my future plans are to move to the south and start a new career.
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THE HARDEST PART OF THE JOB
Registered nurse (Former Employee), Regional Hospital of ScrantonAugust 27, 2012
Pros: union
Cons: inexperienced staff
Not being able to spend enough time with patients. Acuity of patient's to nurse ratio. Multiple admissions