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A great place for growth
ER Monitor Technician/ Unit Secretary (Current Employee), San Dimas, CAOctober 9, 2014
With working in the emergency department, there is no such thing as a typical work day. There is always something new to learn and many new things to be encountered. Depending on the crew, the day may be hectic, but feel like a breeze while with other crews, you will feel every ounce of the chaos weighing down on you by the end of your work shift. The – more... hardest part of this job is maintaining your cool in the midst of the chaos that is often unexpectedly encountered. Nonetheless, most of my coworkers make it enjoyable even on a bad day. Especially when we're working with a Dr. who's feeling generous that day and purchases lunch, Starbucks, or both for the crew! I've learned that patience is a key part to surviving in any work environment and even if a patient is driving you crazy with ridiculous demands from them or their family, you still treat them with the utmost respect whether it be reciprocated or not. – less
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Awesome co-workers, felt like working with family
Registered nurse, Charge nurse (Former Employee), San Dimas, CAAugust 20, 2014
Pros: family-like atmosphere, positive patient clientele
Cons: cut backs leading to short staffing issues
I worked at San Dimas Hospital for 10 years. Being a small community based hospital, I developed friendships with co-workers and patients. The hospital had a lot of repeat customers/patients. Being a small hospital, I advanced my nursing skills by having the opportunity to float to different units and help out anyway I could. The most enjoyable part – more... of my job was the loving people I worked with and everyone working as a team. In 2009, a different company bought the hospital. A lot of upper management and directors were "let go". This new company hired their own employees to fill the upper management positions. How the hospital operated was changed also. Cut backs on nursing and ancillary units caused more stress in an already busy hospital. Many veteran employees found other jobs. – less
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l traning for sterilizeing for specail roons that had very high risk of infections .
Operating Room/Floor technician (Former Employee), San Dimas, CASeptember 6, 2013
Very exciting and dynamic company on the cutting needs for patients that had knee and hip replacement .
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I used to be the dietitian here...
Clinical Dietitian (Former Employee), San Dimas, CAMay 19, 2013
Pros: small hospital, cozy, friendly staff, computer charting
Cons: questionable management, bad pay, poor benefits, hard time to cover for vacation or sick time
The hospital is very quaint and nice making for a very comfortable and cozy work place. It was just remodeled not too long ago (a few years). Being the former RD here was great because you had a lot of input on how to do your work (this was with the prior director of nutrition services). The rough part is that you are the only RD on the floors, meaning – more... it is hard on vacations or if you call in sick the work load falls back on yourself when you come back. The pay was definitely not the best (this could be different now). As far as charting, it is now computerized so this should be a plus. There is always room to move up in this company because it seems as though they are always losing some type of manager from one of their hospitals and always asking the RD's if they want the promotion. Overall, good place to start off your RD career but bad place to stay long term. – less
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Work environment is comfortable.
Clinical Dietitian- per diem (Current Employee), San Dimas, CAJanuary 24, 2013
Pros: there is free lunch offer for dietary staff.
Cons: break is as usual- 30 minutes. a demanding job.
Management is concerning to employees. Co-workers are friendly. There are always quite a lot to do. It is a demanding job. I learned to work with different levels and different personalities.
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Strong work ethic by senior management team
Director of Human Resources (Former Employee), San Dimas, CAApril 24, 2012
Pros: good and professional colleagues to work with
Cons: unpredictable future of facility
Frequent conflict of interest between facility management and corporate office.

About San Dimas Community Hospital

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