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multi cultural
Assist doctors and nurses (Current Employee), Providence, RISeptember 16, 2014
Pros: the techniques used to reach patients needs
Cons: sometimes not enough staff to cover the empty spaces
My days at work are always challenging, being multitasking all times
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Has my heart
Coronary Care Unit Nurse (Former Employee), Providence, RISeptember 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.
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Knowledgeable and dedicated staff
Radiologic Technologist Student (Former Employee), Providence, RISeptember 4, 2014
The techologists taught me a range of things. The were dedicated to teaching and their work.
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Fast-paced environments
Outpatient Service Representative (Former Employee), Providence, RISeptember 3, 2014
supported up to 20 physicians management was ok could have been better. co-workers were great
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Productive place to work
Unit Secretary (Current Employee), Providence, RIAugust 27, 2014
Productive and enjoyable place to work.
Enjoyable moments are seen and captured.
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Professional and great management and staff.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Providence, RIAugust 14, 2014
Loyal team of dedicated workers willing to educate and promote future advancement through on the job training and classes. Great and professional learning environment.
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Management did not attempt to maintain staff
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Providence, RIAugust 4, 2014
Cons: as above
As a cardiac surgical nurse we did not have management ,so we did not have any support .
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Professioanl and friendly work culture.
Student Intern, Radiation Oncology (Former Employee), Providence, RIAugust 3, 2014
Pros: professional and friendly culture, gaining experience with using electronic medical records database software and using excel.
As a student intern working in Rhode Island Hospital Oncology Radiology department, my day consist of data management activities such as, using Mosaiq Elekta database management system to update patient electronic records, and print reports, export patient information in Excel, and then manipulate and restructure such data for meaningful use. In addition, – more... I assist with creating patients charts and other office tasks. While being in this position, I have learned how to effectively use Excel to accomplish data analysis activities. The culture of the Oncology Radiology department is one that is professional, yet an environment that is friendly. On a daily basis, I have observed most employees focused on completing their duties and at the same time accommodating patients and their colleagues in welcoming manner. Also, because of the culture in my department, I have been able to complete very difficult task, as I have gained support from more experienced employees. All in all, the most enjoyable part of my job is learning how each employee of the Radiology Oncology department contributes to providing patient centered care. – less
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Great work environment -pleasant atmosphere
Administrative ASST level C-Psychiatry (Current Employee), Providence RIJuly 28, 2014
Pros: work independently, like working with my providers
Cons: management is unreliable
The typical day starts with patient registration, clerical work- Includes, data entry, business billing, analytical analysis of stats for the current patient flow.

I learned how to work independently. Management is under trained and need more experience in the work field, I've had to educate them on many occasions on regular policy and procedures.

There – more... are no difficulties in my current role, i have the skills to overcome all obstacles gracefully ...

I love my job because I work independantly and I help many families get the help they need for their kids to qualify for the assistance necessary to be successful in school. – less
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Lifespan Partner (Former Employee), Providence, RIJuly 15, 2014
Pros: hospital
Cons: hospital
Hospital Setting with Customer Service as their first priority. Great advancement if you're skilled.
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Great office to work for
Receptionist (Former Employee), Providence, RIJuly 10, 2014
Cons: temp job position
It was a busy office to work for with 12 providers. Even though there was a lot of providers to work with my teammates were great team players and we all communicated well. The hardest part was to fill schedules for all providers when they fell apart but definitely with great co-wokers and team work we managed to fill schedules and work together. Great – more... office to work for. – less
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working at RIH
O.S.R Rep (Former Employee), providence RIMay 8, 2014
a typical day is like a secretarial day at a out patient clinic
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Great learning environment
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee), Providence, RIMarch 11, 2014
RI Hospital is affiliated with the Brown University School of Medicine. There are so many opportunities to observe and learn in all areas of medicine. RI Hospital is a Level 1 Trauma Center with multiple specialties including cardiology, neurosurgery, trauma medicine and world class orthopedics. Hasbro Children's Hospital is part of the RI Hospital – more... complex as well. The experience you acquire in both hospital, is interesting and invaluable. – less
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I cannot wait to find another job!
Allied Professional (Current Employee), Providence, RIFebruary 6, 2014
Pros: lots of toys to play with in term of modalities. the staff is great.
Cons: the hospital is poorly ran.
Management is all about making money instead of helping patients feel better. They see the staff only as a cost and they ought to squeeze all the juice from you to get to their end. They once sent an HR representative who informed us that as salaried employees we are not even entitled to lunch. He continued to say that we need to work until the work – more... is done. And this is after one of us had left the job and the three of us had been doing the job that 5 people should be doing. The point is you need to come in on time and always leave after hours for them to be satisfied. If there is a slow day, you are still not allowed to leave a bit early to make up for all those days you stayed late. I learned that hospital is just a business there. The co-workers were awesome. It is amazing that they are willing to put to so much abuse. The most enjoyable part of the job is probably the people minus management. – less
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Great place to work
Nursing Clinincal Rotation (Former Employee), Providence, RIJanuary 29, 2014
Many friends I know that work for this hospital love it. It was a great place to learn for clinicals!
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Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Providence, RIJanuary 25, 2014
Provided various clerical support to Nursing Administration Department including answering multi-line phone, keeping a calendar and scheduling meetings for my supervisor using Outlook, filing, faxing etc.
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Generally a good place to work
Project Manager/CAD Network Manager (Former Employee), Providence, RIJanuary 22, 2014
If they had a more established career advancement policy, I probably wouldn't have left.
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Amazing Work Environment
Radiation Therapy Student (Former Employee), Providence, RIJanuary 8, 2014
If it were possible, I would have stayed at Rhode Island Hospital for every clinical rotation. Not only did I learn great techniques but the staff is unmatched. Everyone at this facility is a delight to work with and was very patient-centered. The staff made learning fun and easy while still making me feel as if I were part of their team.
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Busy Hospital with high acuity, great experiences, great staff
Staff RN (Current Employee), Providence, RIJanuary 6, 2014
Busy Hospital with high acuity, great experiences, great staff
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a great company with lots of benefits and ability to grow and advance.
INFORMATION DESK RECEPTIONIST (Current Employee), Providence, RIJanuary 2, 2014
Pros: benefits, flexibility, salary
Cons: n/a
Rhode Island Hospital was where i held my first real job since 2007. As a teenager i wouldn't have rather work anywhere else. A diverse work environment where you can learn and gain experience at the same time help care for the people in your community.

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