Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Roslyn, NY – June 17, 2017
St Francis Hospital (SFH) in Roslyn, NY is not the place to work at. Management is not helpful at all and are only concerned about their own well being. Upper management weeds out the employees who do not follow their structure. There is no one to voice your concerns to and seasoned SFH nurses are so used to the horrible way this place is ran that its simply the norm. Often overworked, understaffed, and lacking the much needed supplies to take care of the patients. If you like to play their game of who can we turn on then this is the place for you.
Diatary Aide (Former Employee) – Superior, WI – May 28, 2017
Performing a variety of task in the Kitchen everyday working well with crew members to provide food & care to each & every resident ..Working here taught me how to complete every task to provide all food to residents.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Grinnell, IA – April 19, 2017
I work at st Fancis, 6 month before I become ill and had to medical resin, I like my job but here was a lot of things personal that went wrong I'm able to tell you I would go back but I'm rather be in hospital field
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Monroe, LA – March 27, 2017
Hospital setting. Continuing educational courses. Hands on dealing with staff and patients. This is a very dynamic environment which one must be completely focused on at all times. As well as having knowledge of hipaa regulations and local law enforcement regulations to be able to operate securely to provide the best possible experience for all personnel who work or enter this facility.
rehabilitation-Intern (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – January 22, 2017
we would serve breakfast to the elderly there and then proceed to start the morning activities till about lunch then serve them lunch and then proceed with the last couple of hours of activity. I learned how to help those in wheelchairs and how to lift them correctly we were given a small class on dementia and other things that would help us do our job correctly. They were reliable when you needed some assistance .there were at least six staff in the room who would be in there assisting the work place in general was great. the hardest part of the job was that everything was rushed and there would be confusion in relayed messages.the most enjoyable thing was probably the lovely patients there they were very enjoyable.
breaks were reasonable
the person in charge was always in a rush for us to finish everything
Break down operator seat pt dismiss pt (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – January 14, 2016
on a average day we see around 20 patients oral surgery. resin emergency, root canal overall its a great place to work with good staff.i usually break rooms down seat patients chart for DR. always keep a positive attitude.
CNA (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – April 29, 2015
A very friendly enviroment. Lots of team work and encouragement from other co-workers,mangers,supervisors. Very professional environment where you fell wanted and enjoy to come to work. hardest part of job is working and different places learning different routines.
Student Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – NJ – November 26, 2014
In the morning once I would come in and get settled. I would go up to medical records and get the medical charts for each clinic we had along with the daily dues. If the phones would start ringing I would answer them along with my fellow co workers and answer any question the patients or doctors hand. I took down messages for the nurses or doctors. In the daily dues we would put which charts goes with which team. If a perscribtion needed to be called in or faxed I would do that as well. I helped nurses room patients,and give EKGs when needed. Once patients come in we would check their vitals, write down their medications, and ask them what is the reason for their visit and place them in the waiting room. Once they are discharged we put there charts together, schedule them another appointment. If a patient calls and cancels their appointment over the phone we simply give them a new one. I love everyone at the clinic and it was a great experience even when I had patients who were a loose cannon. I still greeted and helped them with any thing they needed. The job to me is not hard at all its just a job to get use to.
The nurses, some of the doctors, the patients even the mean ones, the times when the coordinators in lunch
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Federal Way, WA – September 27, 2014
The ER was very busy and fast paced. It provided an excellent opportunity to assist patients with all types of illnesses, and problems. I was able to work at the top of my scope, as a Registered Nurse.
The ER staff was very knowledgeable. I had excellent nurses that gave me guidance, and assistance while new to emergency nursing.