Volunteer (Former Employee), Aurora, IL – March 4, 2014
Cons: no pay
Although my time spent volunteering was limited to ONE summer. I gained an abundance of knowledge just being in the hospital environment. It was greta to observe nurses in action and see hoe the entire hospital team is utilized.
OB/GYN, Vascular (Current Employee), Aurora, IL – February 11, 2014
A typical work day depending on your shift worked, you could possibly do 8-16 patients per tech. Nine out of ten times you WILL be called-in if you are taking call on one of the weekend nights, and you will most likely be there all night. The management now has all of their major modalities personnel working every other weekend. I have a lot of staff – more... in other departments that respect me and my judgement calls. Do not expect these radiologists to teach you anything. They will come to you if they can not figure your images out, but will not praise you for your work, nor help you learn along the way, at least 95% of them here at least. I get compensated for my work pretty well. My direct supervisor is flexible in the scheduling of the department and if you need time off...that is definitely a PLUS!! – less