Answer patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs. Turn or reposition bedridden patients. Provide physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities, such as getting out of bed, bathing, dressing, using the toilet, and standing, walking, or exercising. Review patients' dietary restrictions, food allergies, and preferences to ensure patient receives appropriate diet. Measure and record food and liquid intake or urinary and fecal output, reporting changes to medical or nursing staff. Record care given and report abnormalities to RN.
Registrar (Former Employee) – McAllen, TX – June 5, 2017
Good training was provided by the company and was given great benefits. worked long shifts but learned a lot from area that i worked in. Loved the environment and had different cultures to learn from as well.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – McAllen, TX – August 30, 2016
Working for HCA company was a good choice to make, working in the Lab you learn several things that are not in your job description. Supervisors are very understanding and always there to work with you in any way.
PICU UNIT CLERK (Current Employee) – McAllen, TX – May 15, 2016
I've learned many things from the nursing perspective. A typical day at work, consists of restocking empty supplies, printing forms for patient reports, answering phone calls, filing xray and lab reports. I also help to set up patient's rooms for any incoming admissions, as well as making their charts and printing the necessary paper work.
great benefits, great coworkers, understandable manager, great hours
getting cancelled from work, or floating to different departments
Unit Clerk (Current Employee) – McAllen, TX – April 20, 2016
Working at Rio Grande Regional has given me an oportunity to grow in many ways. It has made me a confident persona as well as it has given me the change to meet incredible Doctors, co-workers and learn a lot about labor and delivery.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – McAllen, TX – December 9, 2015
Simple, but at times, often a fast-paced work ethic. Co-volunteers are friendly, as well as the faculty. Learned many methods of interaction with patients, visitors, co-volunteers, physicians, nurses, other health care providers, faculty and management. The hardest part of the job is maintaining errands alone.
Always a challenge, new day new adventure. A hospital with a lot of technology available to help people, excellent trainings for every area, and a good coordination among departments to help patient well being.
Poor human resorces skills to investigate the true and solve staff conflicts