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loved it
Coding (Former Employee), Clinton, NCOctober 8, 2013
Pros: many
Cons: non
great place to work. good benefits. flexible. Management on top of healthcare changes. Friendly small town atmosphere.
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Every Interesting place to work
CNA (Current Employee), Clinton, NCJune 3, 2013
Pros: neat atmosphere
Cons: cna pay not to good
I love my job, and my patients. I love the hours and shifts. We work 12 hour shifts and therefore get more time off during the weekdays and every other weekend off. I love my co-worker and learn alot from them. The hardest part of working at a hospital is when you lose a patient. But the best part is watching someone go from very sick and unable to – more... for themselves to going home in great shape. – less
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A warm place of employment
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee), Clinton, NCJuly 28, 2012
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: if census were low, employees were either sent home or told to stay home
Working in the pharmacy at SRMC was very family oriented. My co-workers were willing to lend a helping hand wherever one was needed, regardless, if it was their task or not. The overall environment was warm within itself. Although working in the pharmacy sometimes meant being confined to four walls and four windows with bars, I was still able to communicate – more... with patients,their family members, and still provide healthcare. I often escorted visitors to their destination and conversated with them about any and everything. The most enjoyable part of my job, was going into the patient's room to monitor their IV fluid, and they be awake, oriented and alert. They would be able to tell me about what show was on TV or what holiday it was. I would leave each room, by asking them was there anything else I could do before I departed, and with their response gave me comfort in knowing they were ok. – less