Ptc (Current Employee) – Greenwood, SC – November 16, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. Not all about numbers but how you personally grow and develop. Decent amount of red tape and Policies, but this is exspected of a big company. The most enjoyable part of the job is leaning exsperince you receive and working with all the doctors and co workers.
lpn (Former Employee) – Greenwood, SC – October 26, 2015
very rewarding day interacting with fellow employees but most of all interacting with patients and feeling gratitude in making someone's day more pleasant and seeing them get better and returning home overcoming their illness
Secretary II (Current Employee) – Greenwood, SC – October 26, 2015
I am the logistics manager for EKG's within our healthcare system, so I ensure that all EKG's are performed appropriately and manage those employees that perform them. I keep up with statistics and charges for the cardiac cath lab. I ensure that all patients have the appropriate paperwork from our physicians and ensure that they are taken care of on arrival. I also manage the flow of our department, because we have eight physicians, we have to ensure they have the ability to work in a timely manner.
Great place to work, staff, and great employer
not getting compensated for my Bachelors or Masters degree
Linen Service Aide Lead (Former Employee) – Greenwood, SC – September 22, 2015
I had a very nice work place enjoy different employees and meeting other people.working as a team to accomplish the goal for that day. The hardest part of my job was working with employees that you have to keep asking to perform their duties and the environment was hot..But most of all been able to communicate with each other as we complete the task.
Self Regional is a "not for profit" hospital whose only drive is income. Yes, all businesses need to profit to survive. However, the senior leadership makes decisions based only on productivity. Their limited view of success has resulted in unsafe understaffing of nurses and other key allied health jobs. The nurse patient ratios for exceed even regional standards. This had put the patients at risk and the licenses' of their professional staff.
very few pros, some high quality peers (of the few who havent found jobs at other facilities)
poor nurse patient ratios in all units (floors, critical care, and procedure areas), tolerant of staff verbal abuse from physicians
Behavioral Health Technician (Former Employee) – Greenwood, SC – July 27, 2015
The staff was friendly an helpful. The work environment is excellent and the morale was good. I enjoyed working with the patients and helping them to cope with the problems that brought them to the unit.
working operation room preparing patient for surgery I learned teamwork management was great if I needed anything my mangers was always there the best co workers taking calls being called back to work in the middle of the night working with people that that wanted the best out of you
Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) – Greenwood, SC – November 9, 2014
My day would start doing the last minute touches for lunch. Lunch started at 11am served lunch until 1:30pm. We served customers from entre line and grill areas. after lunch we had our lunch break. then we started getting ready for supper that opened at 4:30pm. Dishes were washed, supplies brought up from storage, cleaned all food prep areas and serving areas. Cut and packaged dessert if needed. Set up line for supper, served it, put up food after serving line closed and stored in proper place. Dishes washed and all areas cleaned and locked up. Left work around 7-7:30pm
If I was cashier I balanced drawer, set up drawer for that shift, checked out customers, stocked shelves between customers, balanced all monies at end of shift. The cashier was responsible for making coffee, and cleaning that area and keeping salad bar stocked with condiments. .............
A typical day in the radiology department depended on if the emergency room was busy or not. If the ER was busy, I was busy. These days included receiving orders from the emergency department or the inpatient floors and making sure these orders were received by the radiology technicians. Physicians were always coming into the department to view xray films which were usually needing to be searched to locate. Xray films were prepared daily to be taken to surgery.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Greenwood, SC – July 23, 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed my career at Self Regional Healthcare. I was part a fantastic team. We worked together great and helped each other daily. We all met or exceeded our quotas daily with accuracy. We learned new things daily from each other and would pass along information so that all of us could learn together when a new word or medicine came along.
I required very little supervision as I knew my responsibilities and took care of them daily.
I loved my job. It was not difficult to me, but that may have been because I had been doing it for so long.
i worked at home! plus earned monthly incentive checks.
having to go into the hospital at times for meetings.
Typical work day included ward security duties. I learned out to input doctors orders and labs, and how to bill the residents Management was good. Co workers were god team players. The hardest part of my job was seeing residents that had been mistreated by their family members. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to communicate with people and help them.