Workers Compensation Coordinator (Current Employee), providence, ri – April 8, 2015
Fast pace position that allows me to use customer services skills acquired in past work environments. This position allows me to work with many employees at Rhode Island Hospital along with their affiliates. Unfortunately there is no advancement in my position at this time, and I would like to learn more about Human Recourses or continue in Workers Compensation Management positions.
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee), Providence, RI – March 1, 2015
From my co-workers to the doctors, I have fully enjoyed my 8 years plus two years of school at Rhode Island Hospital. I have worked mostly in the Operating room and oversaw students on a daily basis. My boss is a great individual who is the epitome of a team player.
Patient Care Attendant (Former Employee), Providence RI – December 3, 2014
Typical day of work would always be nice. I love the idea of going into work helping patients and the team. Before when used to work as a PCA, I would meet the patient assigned to me and keep close observations during night shift to make sure they're safe and not harming others. I learned that working with patients in the hospital it's important to be very considerate of patients while their going through an emotional experience. I would describe my CNA position very rewarding when used to work at Rhode Island Hospital. It was a great opportunity and experience where I learned my strong patient skills. I enjoyed helping patients with daily living activities and much more.
Volunteer (Former Employee), Providence, RI – September 17, 2014
Adrienne, the volunteer manager helped me throughout my volunteering experience as I rotated through different areas. We spoke one-on-one many times and she helped me pick the best volunteer positions for what I was looking for.
Coronary Care Unit Nurse (Former Employee), Providence, RI – September 16, 2014
This is where I started and it couldn't have been a better place to start. I love level 1 trauma hospitals the acuity, all the different opportunities, and the constant learning that goes on in a teaching hospital. I learn so much here.