Coordinator/Secretary (Current Employee) – Case Management – February 22, 2017
I have been with South Shore Hospital for 15 years in the same position. When I started there were 2 Secretaries (including myself) and 20 people. Today there is 1 Secretary (myself) supporting 1 Director, 5 Managers supporting 80 employees in the Care Progression Department at times it can be challenging. I have learned so much! I would not trade it for a minute. I arrive at 7:30am, print out several reports to distribute to 3 managers and the director throughout the hospital. A large part of my position is payroll and scheduling for all these employees along with administrative duties including answering phones, working with the VP's, MD's, other hospital staff as well as the many skilled nursing facilities, DME's, other vendors, etc.
I am the key person when a company is looking to meet with the case manager staff to set up the weekly meet & greet.
I really love what I do however, I am looking for more opportunities.
Communications Operator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 30, 2017
I didn't originally wanna work the operator, but once I started I grew to love it. The people there are very nice. I was able to meet many different people and I learned how to work different equipment.
Unit Secretary / Telemetry Tech, Full Time (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 3, 2017
The facility needs more communication and ordinance. Give on the job training more motivation and caring consideration more to one other. Share and learn as a family and team effort to save lives from doing all you can and more.
free lunch or dinner on special occasions, bonus, and in services
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 29, 2016
As a beginning nurse with no experience, South Shore has taught me alot. The nursing staff is great. We work as a team. Hardest part of the job is working short staff & doing the job of multiple people. Some days can be very stressful.
Patient Care Attendant/Obserer (Former Employee) – Weymouth, MA – May 7, 2016
The ED needs to spread out, it's very cramped, to many patients in the hallway for hours. Needs more Nursing Assistants in all sections, A, B etc.. The Trauma teams are the best, all the employees there, need to be respected as long as they are respected, management, included.. Overall, I loved my job, I hope I was able to make a difference in someones' life..The hardest part, seeing so much sadness and death..
Unit Coordinator (Current Employee) – Weymouth, MA – May 6, 2016
You can work as many hours as you want, but if something drastic occurs in your life, the hospital does not care. Employees are disposable and replaceable and treated in ways that no caring employee should be treated.