Staff - Adult / Pediatric Critical Care / L&D Svc (Former Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – April 22, 2015
Work is always hectic and marginally disorganized. Scheduling was closely related to the daily census. Which you either was sent home upon arrival or you were chastised for your absence when you were scheduled off.
Our department manager was more concerned with those ambitious RTs whom were actively gaining higher education. It was apparent that she took it as an attack upon her position.
The ole'-guard has moved on now and the present healthcare tempo is aligned with the best of medical facilities.
Back then, the hardest part was accountability of staff on duty. many at times I was given someone else pager so that a personal matter could be resolved.
I learned a lot from physicians whom were eager to teach upon request or in-the-moment when giving care to needed patients.
I relished all the responsibility placed in my lap.
I couldn't count on other staff members consistently.
good working conditions and helpful management and coworkers.
Radiology Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – February 20, 2013
I enjoyed working at Sharp Chula Vista Hospital mainly because as an employee they trusted me to get the job done well, but I received advice when needed. Benefits were great. Coworkers were fun and always willing to help if needed. Hardest part was getting documents finished within the timeline. Enjoyable was a feeling of accomplishment and good feed-back from the doctors.
employee special lunches and birthday celebrations.
Good teaching place and a fun way to meet new people.
Junior Volunteer (Former Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – January 17, 2014
I was a volunteer at Sharp Chula Vista, my typical day was looking at upcoming volunteer's applications and help decide which ones to interview. The other aspect of my job was greeting patients and directing them to their desired location, and also helping doctors and nurses by sending specimens to the lab or delivering them a chart. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting so many different people and understanding why they wanted to learn more about the medical field.
great people to work with and access to the emergency room.