Rehabilitation Technician (Current Employee), columbus,ga – July 7, 2014
Pros: great co-workers
Cons: pay, lack of leadership
Underpaid the the amount responsibility that is actually placed on a you, lack luster management, learned a lot of clinical information and knowledge on therapy, the hardest part of the job is the pay at the best part of the job is helping the patients who want to do better
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – January 20, 2014
Pros: free parking, awesome environment, good people, discounted lunches
Cons: i have no complaints.
I answered calls, and did call backs to patients and insurance companies to assist in resolution of claims and to research complex issues to get resolution. This job taught me alot about professionalism over the phone. The management and co-workers were wonderful. The hardest part was when the restructure took place and being the new person I was the – more... one that was let go. I do not have just one part that was my favorite, I simply enjoyed going to work here, the people, the atmosphere, it was all good. – less
houseleeper/lift team (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – January 9, 2014
Pros: laid back emv. if you do your job things are less stressed
Cons: health care delling with lazy people
busy day I learned a lot about health care and taking care of patient was a joy to me management was awesome my co-workers some good some bad seeing people sick and die as part of my job I had to tale patients to the morgue see patient get better and go home
Ultrasound Technologist (Current Employee), Maryville, MO – December 29, 2013
To preform Ultrasound exams, for scheduled patients, In Patients and ER Patients. Talk with Radiogolist about exam cases. Call preliminary reports to Doctors. Help co-works with patients and any thing else they may need. Most enjoyable part about my job is help the patients. Hardest of my job is finding pathology that is not good out come.
Unit Secretary (Former Employee), Lynwood, CA – October 28, 2013
A typical day at work answering the telephone transcribing Dr. orders stocking the unit with supplies.entry data in the computer. I enjoyed my job because I was learning something new Chemo. I had to learn new co workers they made it easy for me. The hardest part was learning the different chemo orders and different test you order for the patient. The – more... most enjoyable part of my job learning the information putting the data in the computer correctly and the day go by fast. I could always count on my Charge Nurse when I need her for back up and for the right information. – less
Comfort Care Provider (Former Employee), Roslyn, NY – August 6, 2013
I learned alot while working at St Francis Hospital. It was a pleasure to know that I made someones day by helping them while they were sick in the hospital. My co workers were a pleasure to work with everyday. Management did not seem to be to reasonible or caring to their staff wants or needs while working there at St. Francis. Management put alot – more... of pressure on the aides instead of all staffing positions to make the patients happy. The hardest part of my job was only the lifting. Sometimes there were patients who were immobile and we would have to hoyer them from the bed to chair or vice versa. I enjoyed making my patients and co workers laugh throughout the day to make our work, and the patients stay, more enjoyable. – less
Neo-Natal was a cheerful and exciting working environment.
Unit Secretary (Former Employee), Beech Grove, IN – July 12, 2013
Pros: the satisfaction of confidently providing a needed service.
Cons: at the time i had a small child and was working nights and weekends, that made finding quality childcare difficult.
Challenging and rewarding, I learned how wonderful it is to work in a friendly and supportive environment, the training was the best I've ever had, and the most thorough so it was easy to feel confident when I was first left alone on my shift. The hardest part of the job of course was when a baby was lost, but it afforded an opportunity to help to ease – more... the suffering of the new parents and grandparents. One of the best memories was the lullaby bells that would ring every time a new baby was born. – less
Registered nurse cardiac surgery (Former Employee), Wilmington, DE – July 2, 2013
Pros: a job i loved completly
Cons: that my team was eliminated
I loved my whole time at St Francis unfortunately we did not have the support of the community to perform enough Cardiac Thoracic cases to sustain the team. We have a very high rating of success in our results. We were a very small team working long hours in very a stressful arena and are very respectful of each other.. The most enjoyable part of my – more... job beyond the OR was talking to our patients and their families. – less