nursing (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – December 4, 2015
Unreasonable work loads and underpaid, but experience is great for new beginner. Complaining and organizing does no good. Most were not able to make it 6 months in my department without looking for a new job. I suggest to have another job to go to later.
staff pharacist (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 2, 2015
,I really enjoyed working at Research. I learned more clinical information than anyplace else I have worked. Plus I gained experience in acute trauma, neonatal mediatcation, cardiac surgery and stat chemo. The staff were great to work with. Since I was on the night shift I never worked with management staff. I would recommend Reaarch as a learning experience and staff are friendly and helpful.
overwhelming workload. There is only one pharmacist on the night shift.
the people working around you are social as they should be
Data Entry/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 29, 2015
The pay with this company was fair, however, i thought the atmosphere was kinda dry and not tailored for someone upbeat and ambitious. The job atmosphere i thought was just not suited for a person with a uptempo personality. however it is a nice place to work.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Kansas City, Mo – July 26, 2015
It was a very good learning experience that was fun. It was mostly about helping people which I enjoy doing. I learned how to work in a very fast pace environment. Co-workers were very friendly and supportive.
Busy workplace that will build your skill and determination
Radiology Technologist (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – May 25, 2015
Research Medical Center is a busy trauma center with many turning gears. Often there is a heavy work flow to contend with, and patients can be difficult at times. Overall if you can work here you can work anywhere.
Director of Critical Care Services (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – March 27, 2015
Very passionate and energetic CEO committed to moving the culture of the organization and drive all areas of quality patient care. Very complex high acuity environment with excellent outcomes and focus on growth.
Phlebotomist/ Cytology specimen processor (Former Employee) – kansas city mo – March 4, 2015
This Job intells of testing Body fluids and the use of a centrifuge to spin fluid down, so that the cells can be transfered to a glass slide so that the Doctor can do a reading Microscopic to see if the Patient has Cancer.
you get to work under a hood
you pretty much work by yourself...lots of data entry as well
Lab Tech (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 26, 2015
I love what I do. There is nothing better than knowing that your job helps saves lives. Sometimes the hospital can get very busy and my job is one that most patients don't care for, so its always best to be very polite and explain everything that you are going to do.
RN-Renal-Metabolic/Med Surg. Floor (Former Employee) – MO – February 25, 2015
Great place to really get thrown into the fire and get your feet wet. You do get erected for a bit until you feel somewhat ready. But little to no support from management if you have any issues. Patient to nurse ratio is sometimes or most times ridiculous and unreasonable.
Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – September 8, 2014
It is a very bust but fun place to work. I love the patients that I encounter. I learned just how much I enjoy my job. I love the people I work with, we make a great team together. Some days we are so busy that we can not take a lunch break, but we work as a team to make sure all the work is done.
A great place to learn new job skills but work hours are very long.
Nutrition Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Kansas City,mo – September 3, 2014
You get there by 5:30am and you get your patients diet menus together and you make the doctors have not change there diet orders also you then prepare the breakfast foods and get ready to serve the patients. After a while you get the cash ready for the visitors cafe part. Then you check to see that all staff is there and that their are no call ins. If so, you call to see if any prn workers are available.You have to set the trays up for the patients and then server them to the patients. After that you go collect the menus for the patients and check to see if they need any snacks or supplements.You would then pick trays up and take to the dish washer area. You would do this for three meals. Also you would also stock the floor units and er area. At the end the night you would collect the cash and count it and deposit it into the safe,and then you would check staff work areas before letting them leave.
Staff Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 29, 2014
When I worked there at first, I was the pharmacist in charge of all of the investigational medications and studies conducted on site. When I became a full time employee, my shift was the evening shift. I compounded the chemotherapy medications for the oncology department in-patients. I also supervised the technicians in the IV room. I was also responsible for maintaining the perpetual narcotic inventory for the hospital. I was also on of the compounding pharmacists on staff for sterile and non sterile products. The co-workers were the most professional and helpful people that I had ever worked with in a clinical surrounding. The hardest part of the job was leaving to move out of the area. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my fellow professionals.