CT Technologist-Lead (Sr) (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 5, 2016
I enjoy working at Santa Rosa Hospital. The Radiologist and Physicians give plenty of praise when well deserved. I've been the Lead Technologist since 2010. I have had plenty of experience and willing to train new Techs .
Patient Care Tech-ICU (Current Employee) – Milton, FL – July 7, 2015
In ICU the PCT is a new thing, which means I probably shouldn't complain. But I want to warn newbies. In ICU if there is LESS THAN FOUR PATIENTS YOU CANNOT WORK! They put you on call and you make maybe $3.00 an hour for being on call. Add in the fact that you will make less than $10 an hour it won't add up to the money you would be missing. I love my coworkers, and my boss. But the fact is the way they have everything set up makes it near impossible for the techs to work. Also they never have more than 3 nurses for 8 patients, which means if all nurses are busy and you are with a patient there is no one to answer the phones. YOU ACT AS UNIT SECRETARY WHILE YOU ARE THERE TOO! Make sure if all nurses are with patients you shut the doors if you are going to be in a patients room longer than 15 minutes because of you don't want unwanted visitors.
Amazing Cowokers, Teamwork, Act as a family, great insurance
LABORATORY ASSISTANT/PHLEBOTOMIST (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, TX – July 2, 2014
introduction to medical field. how to assimilate my self into the medical environment under the management and guidance of co-workers who where like family in a pleasant work environment. The hardest part of the job was trying to speak Spanish with a Philadelphian accent .the patients found it amusing.
Drive to Milton typically took 60-90 minutes due to traffic with almost daily accidents on the way. After arriving to work received assignments. Nurses for the most part worked together, but the other staff were very poor team players. Nobody would assist the other staff. Patient assignments were frequently biased with some nurses getting extremely heavy patient loads and others getting very light loads.
Staffing Coordinator and Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 4, 2014
Learned a lot of medical skills. Very busy work days. Supervisors were very fair and helpful. Developed long lasting friendships with co-workers. Transcribing doctors orders was the hardest part of job. Working with doctors and staff was the most enjoyable part of job.
Staff Nurse on a busy med (Former Employee) – Milton, FL – September 13, 2013
I started as a brand new RN working on the Med/Surg floor. The manager was wonderful; always willing to teach me or offer support. I loved working with my co-workers; we would often team up. They never treated me as ignorant just because I was a new nurse. The hardest part of the job was the 12-hour shifts, which every nurse knows is more like 13 or 14 hour shifts! The most enjoyable part was that because it was such a small hospital, the opportunity to learn other areas of nursing such as the ER or the OR was encouraged!
The opportunity to learn different areas of nursing and the support of my co-workers and manager
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Milton, FL – October 10, 2012
Very fast passed office. Non stop from the time you walk into the doors till you walk out. I learned so much from the doctors that I worked with and respect them very much. The management was not as it's best. We had one manager that was very good and understanding and would help you with anything. To a manager that did not care about their employees. Hardest part of my job was the fast passed office could not spend much time with patient. The most enjoyable part of my job was working with the doctors and other staff they made work so much fun.
Good place to work, Just relocating to Central Texas
Lead CT Technologist (Current Employee) – Milton, FL – October 6, 2012
Manage outpatient, ER, and inpatient CT scans while maintaining efficiency, and high standards for image quality. Assist physcian with invasive procedures, ie. CT guided biopsies, drainage catheter placement. Perform advanced cardiac CT angiography, as well as a full range of vascular angiography. Perform vessel analysis utilizing Vitrea workstation. Venipuncture certified. Maintain high patient satisfaction. Customer service is paramount.
RN Charge Nurse of CCU/ICU (Former Employee) – Milton, FL – April 28, 2012
I worked in CCU/ICU for 15 yrs. I had developed good rapport with the physicians and co-workers. Everyone worked together. I worked in ED and Med/Surg on many of my off days. I enjoyed knowing most everyone in the hospital. Everyone was friendly. I was always learning something new everyday. We shipped out our more critical patients to bigger hospitals because they needed more/different facilities than we had. Overall it was a positive history of employment.
positive experience, everyone friendly, eager to help
new corperation bought us and terminated the older, more experienced, giving no clear reason