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MICU and SICU,New unit
Staff Nurse (Former Employee), Denver, COJuly 9, 2014
Pros: nice staff
Cons: physical layout
Busy MICU and SICU Assessment and care of ICU patients. New Unit has awkward layout
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productive in coping flims
Radiology Assistant (Former Employee), Denver, COJune 17, 2014
made new folders for new patients trasporter to diffrent department help Dr. find transcrips file rooms .
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The finest hospital that I have ever worked for!
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Denver, COJune 5, 2014
Pros: positive work environment, great benefits, inspiring.
Engaging, great patient population with just the right amount of health challenges. A typical day allowed me to focus on nursing cares and cardiac care related problem solving. Monitoring patients closely was afforded by the excellent patient to staff ratios.
I learned about cardiac cares and critical cares of patients with significant heart and circulatory – more... problems. My first ACLS was taken here.
The chain of command was short, engaged and led by example! Our manager was totally dedicated to her work. She was available, approachable and supportive! Most important, her interventions were relevant and effective from a clinical perspective.
My coworkers were sophisticated, international, well educated and motivated. They were also great team players.
Commuting was the hardest part of my job.
I looked forward to work because of the positive, dynamic and proactive environment. Every day was exceptional. Solving and preventing problems was rewarding and unfettered. – less
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Love Rose!
Volunteer (Current Employee), Denver, COMay 27, 2014
Pros: you get a free lunch.
Cons: no cons.
The best place to be a volunteer. I started in 2011 and I still volunteer there. It's like a family where you contribute for the greater good.
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One of the best hospitals to work for
Sterile Processing Technician (Current Employee), Denver, COMay 15, 2014
Pros: free cofee, tea, cookies and peanut butter.
Cons: slow days.
Great place to work, relaxed atmosphere and music that provide great concentration to rightly assemble all those essential surgical trays. Every day at huddle I learn something new, either about our job or hospital related, bettering our lives. Our managers are very dedicated to us and our jobs. Coworkers, great bunch of technicians, very friendly and – more... eager to help when needed. I think that's the most rewarding part of the job, to achieve perfection aided by great professionals to avoid mistakes that will adversely affect the patient. – less
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Fun job
CNA (Current Employee), Denver, COApril 6, 2014
Pros: good co-worker, good food
Cons: little to no raises, short breaks, bad benefits
I have enjoyed my time as an employee at Rose Medical Center. Overall its been a great place to work. My only issue has been with having a difficult manger who was biased and unfair however, the management has done well with getting a new manger. my co-workers and great to work it and it feels like a secind family.
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Manager of several employees
MRI Lead Tech (Former Employee), Denver, COFebruary 1, 2014
Pros: had the resources to do a good job
Cons: was required to work a lot of over-time and call hours
The job required much more time than I could give in an 8 hr day.
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Great company to learn and grow with
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Denver, COOctober 18, 2013
As a night nurse I did not have much interaction with the patients or management but I did enjoy working for the company. The staff were great to work with and very patient with me while I was training. I however am not cut out for working the night shift and had to look for other employment as they could not offer me a day position.
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Great hospital in top 100 hospitals in US
Emergency Medical Technician (Current Employee), Denver, COOctober 14, 2013
Pros: work alone; tailor make position to provide best patient care
Cons: work with mulitple deptartments, some times pulled in multiple directions.it is hard take care of all their needs
Great hospital to work at allows me to work overtime in multiple departments great benifit package,
I work in atonomous potition. little to no supervision I work hard and get all my work done. Since I work for multiple departments, I some times struggle to assist them for I am pulled in multiple directions. The most enjoyable part of my job is: since – more... I work alone I get to tailor my job to fit the center I work for to make it better and to better serve my patients. – less
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I love the patients and Doctors
RN Pre op Pacu (Current Employee), Denver CoOctober 7, 2013
Pros: i like the people
Cons: too far of a drive
the hospital is wonderful to work for. The Company is progressive. and I enjoy it
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Growth
Phlebotomy Coordinator (Current Employee), Denver, COSeptember 5, 2013
I have many opportunities for growth, and many educational offerings
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Fun place to work and learned quite a bit in the pathology department.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee), Denver, COMay 28, 2013
Pros: good interaction.
Cons: none.
Good relationship with fellow employees and pathologists. I now basically miss working with people but have worked remotely for so long now and I don't think they do in-house transcription anymore.
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Meeting new people
Supply Chain Specialist (Former Employee), Denver, COMay 24, 2013
Pros: knowing that you are helping people
Cons: long hours
It is a good hospital to work for. Employees and guest very easy to work with
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Great Hospital
Private Chef at the 6 North Suites (Former Employee), Denver, COMay 16, 2013
Pros: made it in to the rocky mountain new spotlight section
Cons: ???
to long ago
nothing hard
Good people
You Can get great food in a hospital
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Great!
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee), Denver,CoApril 23, 2013
Pros: good to their employees
Great experience! Lots of room to grow, they care about their employees.
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Meeting different people
Dietary Assistant (Former Employee), Denver, COMarch 21, 2013
Pros: meeting new people
Cons: n/a
The hardest part of the job was the kitchen duties. Retrieving the meal trays and having to clean them and put them away was not good.
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great place to gain supervisory and mangement experience
Manager of Respiratory Care (Former Employee), Denver, COMarch 4, 2013
Pros: invaluable supervisory and managerial experience
Cons: occasional staffing shortages
I learned how to manage staffing/ staff development needs, as well as help institute a culture of volunteering within the community
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great place to work
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee), Denver, COMarch 3, 2013
great for learning and job security and advancement. Great Team work and work life balance
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Work you to death and expect you to be happy about it!
Current employee. (Current Employee), Below the lowest of the low!March 2, 2013
Pros: its a job
Cons: its an unappreciative place to work. you're just a warm body.
We're always understaffed. "Real communication" doesn't happen at rose. They blow smoke up your butt and always say that they appreciate the employees but they don't. Unless you're a doctor you're treated like a second class peon by the docs and management. If you want a job that makes you happy go work somewhere else. Rose is a trap! No room for advancement!

– April 30, 2013

Rose was OK until Parallon came along - yes, work you to death, expect you to be happy. Give you a low title, very low pay - you take the job because you are desperate. You soon learn you are doing high-end work that should pay DOUBLE what you are making. DON'T DO IT UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE MISERABLE

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very challenging experience
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Denver, CODecember 24, 2012
Pros: 8 hours shifts
Cons: unable to take breaks or be able to leave the unit for lunch breaks
At times we had more patients than the matrix staffing was safe for; making it chaotic. The neuro-spine patients require more experience and personnel than we were staffed for. The unit was becoming more challenging with a large volume of patients some days and then unexpected low volume days. Having to float to other units every weekend made life stressful. – more... I had 5 different managers in 9 years on the unit. The turnover for staff was getting more frequent; it put a lot of stress on the staff when there was a lot of new-grads on the unit that was not meant to be an entry level experience. The most enjoyable part of the job is taking care of patients who appreciate the care they received. – less