RN,BSN. Patient education, perform EKG's, labdraws (Current Employee), Denver, CO – August 20, 2014
I am Pround to be part of the Denver region’s number one Neuroscience and Spine Program and Orthopedic Center of Excellence. My training allows me to create a well educated patient surrounded with care givers who promote a culture of safety. Our management team is committed to the hospital quality, well educated and caring staff, and meeting the needs – more... of the patients as individuals. My co-workers and I strive to achieve superior quality in nursing care. I look forward to coming to work everyday both as a service to the customers I assist and feeling satisfaction of a job well done! – less
PRN (Former Employee), Cleveland, TN – July 1, 2014
Pros: friendly, knowledgeable and professional people.
Cons: cliques in some groups. on call duty too strenuous.
I worked at Skyridge as an entry level surgical technician. As with any working environment there are good people and not so good. Healthcare tends to be cliquey. One must exercise caution as to whom you can associate with and trust. Overall I was impressed with the level of professionalism and family atmosphere. The Surgery management has changed since – more... I left and I look forward to working with the new group in the future. – less
Very pleasant, disiplined, down to earth place to work.
Student Externship (Former Employee), Cleveland, TN – May 7, 2014
my experience at Skyridge was very helpful. The scrub techs and central sterile techs taught me so much. I really looked forward to waking up every morning and going to Skyridge. they really made me feel welcome and i really hope to make a career there.
Pt Care Tech (Former Employee), Cleveland, TN – November 10, 2013
Pros: nice facilities
Cons: nurse/patient ratio, dictatorial management
This could be a great place to work. The employees are dedicated but management is poor. Management was more like a dictatorship & ineffective. Nurse/patient ratio expected by management is unsafe for patient care. The building changes are nice but nurse burnout is prevalent.
Acute Dialysis Nurse (Former Employee), Cleveland – October 8, 2013
The day can be tough. It takes leadership and dedication. The job itself is average compare to other jobs. Good place to work overall, many chances to move up if that is a mission. Great place to learn. It is longer like this, but I the time I was one of two acute RNs.
Patient Care Technician (PCT) (Former Employee), Cleveland, TN – June 20, 2013
Pros: working with people
Cons: heavy lifting.
I attended to the needs of the paitents under the help and supervision of the nurses. I learned that I love working with patients and I felt that I showed care and consideration to both the patient and their families in their times of need. In my opinion the management was sufficient, although there were times that I felt the reports from the night – more... shift manager to the hiring supervisor could have been more efficient. I had a great group of co-workers with which to work with on second shift. They were always supportive and helpful if a problem arose or someone needed help with a patient, I would say that the hardest part of my job while working at Skyridge Medical Center was having to lift patients, sometimes by myself without assistance. This was the main reason that I had so quit my position at PCT. While working at Skyridge Medical Center I was in the position of working with people who were sick and in need of care. I value myself as being a nurturer, and I love taking care of other people who are in need. – less
Office Assistant (Former Employee), Cleveland, TN – September 23, 2012
I made decent money and had reason to believe that I had job security but when we had a change in management everything that I thought I had .....changed. The policies changed and work responsiblity changed to doing more than what was already required. Nothing improved and training was always a problem because no one was every properly trained to do – more... their jobs. – less