Time management (Former Employee) – Benton, AR – January 26, 2016
You came in early to clean the facility and its patients rooms. I learned the importance of sterilization and time management. Management was fine, if you were well known amongst the company. Co-workers created friendships, but only for their benefit. The hardest part of the job was telling a patient I couldn't help them because it was out of my jurisdiction. I was not allowed to bring them anything they needed. I had to call for a nurse. However, it usually took the nurses up to an hour to answer a page. The best part of the job was seeing patients everyday and making light, and positive conversations that kept them happy throughout the day.
The patients, and their families
Short breaks in a certain zone, and false complaints from higher management
Volunteer from Pulaski Tech (Former Employee) – Benton, Arkansas. – July 27, 2014
I loved working at Saline Memorial. The people were so nice and helpful, they didn't ridicule me for being a student. They were very welcoming and I enjoyed my volunteer time there. I looked forward to it. It was a very good learning experience and I am glad I decided to go for the opportunity.
A typical day at work would be answering phones, organizing the schedule, checking in with my teacher, writing down what I did that day, observing MRIs, retrieving patients from the business office, helping a few patients out with their paperwork, showing them the dressing room and what they had to do, etc.
I learned quite a lot about MRIs, the procedures, and exactly what the MRI does. I got to watch one first-hand and observe what the images showed. It was really cool.
Management, my "mentor" was really nice. I liked her a lot. She was really sweet and supportive of me.
I didn't have any coworkers besides my mentor, but there would be a few other students from other colleges who came in every now and again.
The hardest part of the job would probably have to be the waiting. I would only have a 8:00 am - 10:45 window of volunteer work and most MRI patients didn't have their MRIs until 9:30.
Most enjoyable part of the job was the patients. It was nice to see the variety of people and to help ease their stress. I liked seeing the people and getting to know some of them.
free breakfast, lunch, and dinner. free wifi. lots of patient interaction and observation. positive environment.
TRANSCRIPTIONIST (Former Employee) – Benton, AR – April 24, 2014
This was a caring facility where not only did my co-workers care about the patients but each other. I had a sense that I was contributing to the care of the patients even though I did not have direct patient contact. I learned much on the job and truly enjoyed my job.
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Benton, AR – April 27, 2013
Horrible place to work. Inexperienced RN's and too many LPN's so the company keeps overhead down. Makes it a dangerous place for the patients. Management obsessed with paperwork and fails to see the incredible insufficiency of there nurses.
Environmental Services (Former Employee) – Benton, AR – April 22, 2013
Provided a sanitized and aseptic environment for the safety and wellbeing of patients, visitors, physicians and employees Performed a range of housekeeping duties including waste removal, dusting, cleaning and cleaning of fixtures and surfaces Removed soiled linens Cleaned, sanitized and made of beds Vacuumed carpets Clean and disinfect washrooms, laboratories, and bedrooms Move equipment and furniture
different company took over and change areas and shifts regularly
Desktop Analyst (Former Employee) – Benton, AR – August 13, 2012
Supported eight physician clinics technically with a focus on e-MDS software errors, issues & updates. Backing up clinical databases before applying new software patches and updates (database/workstation). I would serve as a backup analyst to answer support calls.
loved working with different clinics, available for users to call me for troubleshooting programs, very rewarding assisting users to be successful