Housekeeping (Former Employee) – ND – March 9, 2017
I enjoy working with others and working in a Environment were I'm helping others. Although I'm no stranger to hard work and dedication, this particular job required my undivided attention to detail. As well as an energetic attitude.
Med-Surgical Nurse (Former Employee) – New Bedford, MA – March 8, 2017
St Luke's is one of the busiest hospitals in this area. Working at St Luke's I was able to float to different units within the hospital my favorite was the ED. Very busy and fast paced management is very helpful and team players.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Boiling Springs, SC – March 6, 2017
A typical day at work starts off with getting there on time and starting your daily tasks. I learned that team work is the most important thing in any kind of field. The most hardest part of the job was leaving work because you're surrounded with great people all day.
Client Service Assistant (Current Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – March 3, 2017
in my current position there is no job satisfaction. Over all the hospital is an enjoyable place to work. The people are friendly and caring. Hard part of my job is the inconsonances with policy's in my department.
Epic Go-Live Consultant (Former Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – January 24, 2017
The atmosphere and environment are very conducive to work. Personnel are courteous in their duties and relationship with the Customers. Physicians and Nurses are well equipped with the necessary equipment needed to perform their duties.
Overall-Great place to work. Positive atmosphere to learn and grow.Everyone very knowledgable and ready to help. I learned time management, multitasking, and following up on customer issue. My coworkers were very helpful when I had questions and needed quick answers. The hardest part of my job was contacting insurance companies and finding out patients were uninsured. The most enjoyable part was interacting with patients and their families.
Emergency Department Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – New York – April 20, 2016
Understaffed, overworked. Only benefit of working there is a pension. Nursing staff held to to high a level of care when management cuts as much staff as they can. Dangerously low nurse to patient ratios. Terrible morale and work place. Management not supportive of staff
Transporter (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 19, 2016
Transport patients to and from various appointments within the hospital and connecting clinics. • Transport patients within the hospital to labs, centers and back to their room. • Implemented training course for new employees