senior staff nurse (Current Employee), cardiac cath lab prep and recovery – June 4, 2015
Pros: provide education to staff
Cons: monetary gain to employees
I provide a thorough physical assessment. start IV's, patient assessment, review labs, review home medications . Patient education about procedure. Closely monitor patient when they return from procedure. Provide discharge education to patient and families. I have excellent communication skill with physicians, patients, and co-workers. I have nineteen years experience as a registered nurse.
Emergency Room Patient Care Technician (Former Employee), Valdosta, GA – March 14, 2015
Cons: high stress at times
This was probably my favorite place that I have worked at. The worked, my teammates, everything was awesome. A typical day at work would be coming in, getting assignment and then checking to see what tasks – more... needed to be done at that particular moment. I learned how to draw blood, how to do ekg's, how to think critically and how to manage time. Management was awesome, always willing to help as well as my co workers. The hardest part about my job was the high stress levels at time and the most enjoyable I would have to say would be the people that I worked with. – less
Food Service Associate (Former Employee), Valdosta, GA – December 29, 2014
I was working with a lot of great people. I enjoy the experience working with the people in the kitchen. What i learn working with them in the kitchen is keep your hands wash, make sure your area is clean, and make sure you prepare the food right. I was a school program when i was working on this job.
RIS/PACS Project Manager/System Administrator (Former Employee), Valdosta, GA – December 19, 2014
Working at SGMC was a wonderful environment. Employees at this location had the freedom to do their assigned applications with little or no interference. The co-workers were fun to work with and they were – more... very competent. It was a very enjoyable job and had no real problems that no other person working with different personalities. I would recommend anyone interested in working there to apply. The leadership is great in the IT Department. – less
Nursing Support (Former Employee), Lakeland – November 15, 2014
This company was the worst place I have ever worked in my life. Management lack skills on their own policies and procedures. To busy purchasing new facilities to even care about quality of care. SGMC Lakeland – more... this facility was stuck in the dark ages it reminded me of an episode of "The Beverly Hillbilly sitcom" a typical day at work was nothing but confusion and no support amongst staff. The Hardest part of the job was the cultural setting the workers were complacent and lack skills. No regard for respect or dignity to its patients. I would not recommend anyone to work for this company they don't care about workers. Lowest wages in this region. They practice discrimination tactics on a daily! – less
Patient Care Technician II (Former Employee), Valdosta, GA – October 15, 2014
Pros: making patients happy
Cons: short break, sometimes no break
-Taking care of patients could be up to 17 at one time -Learn to do your job independently -Some job titles were not recognized for their hard work as if they were not as important as others -Hardest part-getting – more... current manager to address certain issues with certain people; previous manager was great! -Enjoyable part-making the patients happy and their families; the patients and their families telling you they appreciate you – less
Great work environment, friendly employees, insufficient compensation
❸ Healthcare Application Training Specialist (Current Employee), Valdosta, GA – August 13, 2014
Pros: self pace, teamwork, and good work/life time management
Cons: less than average compensation, low employee moral, not recognized for accomplishments
I enjoy training licensed and ancillary staff on a variety of healthcare applications in the hospital inpatient and outpatient setting. I have gained valuable and applicable experience in several electronic – more... health record (EHR) applications such as: McKesson Horizon Expert Orders, Expert documentation, AdminRx, Relay Health, Athena Health EMR, and many more. I participate as part of the implementation team for all EHR project phases: class scheduling, integrated testing, training/education, and go-live support. I work with a great team and staff in the Information Services department, and have established great working relationships and networks in the organization. – less
Housekeeping (Former Employee), Valdosta, GA – April 29, 2014
Very nice place and atmosphere to work with and for, everyone is friendly and makes you feel like not only that you belong with the company but also recognize you when you do a good job and brings your flaws to your attention as well which is a good thing due to the fact that it gives you a chance to improve in the areas you lack in
REGISTRATION CLERK/CLERICAL SUPPORT TECH (Former Employee), Valdosta, GA – April 24, 2014
A typical workday was checking in almost 50 patients a day. I learned how to file paperwork in medical charts, pre-register patients, make appointments, print prescription lists, and scan documents into the database. My co-workers were wonderful to work with. The hardest part of my job was making appointments when there was no more appointments left.
certified respiratory therapysts (Former Employee), Valdosta, GA – April 7, 2014
Pros: rrespiratory care week/ free inservices for ceu"s/ free food from reps
Cons: sometimes you have to limit your lunch, but you also have to think about that special need patient that cant breath.
A typical day for floor technicians application of bronchodilator treatment/incentive spiromerty/abg drawsinstallation of bipap/cpap and monitoring. I learned to intubate through intubation rotation in – more... the Operating room.Our supervisor is a good manager and fair.I love all my co-workers and theyand they love me.All of then are capable therapysts.The hardest pat in not takeing you work home with you when a patient passes away.I got along with doctors nurses /and all co-workers. – less