It is a great place to begin your career and learn from very knowledgable people
Medical Laboratory Scientist (Current Employee), Edgewood, Ky – October 16, 2013
I currently work in a molecular department. I work about half the time by my self and half the time with a co-worker. I have learned how to multi-task many different tests, prioritize my tasks and time management. I have get along with all my coworkers and my supervisor has been extremely supportive in helping me develop some new skills that are required – more... in a molecular lab that may not be necessary in the general lab. – less
Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee), Fort Thomas, KY – June 27, 2013
I love my job, just looking for something full time. I enjoy the location, and all of my co workers. The hardest part of my job is seeing people fail at the disease and lose everything that they have, including their lives.
SPD Technician (Former Employee), Edgewood, KY – January 22, 2013
A typical day consists of transporting patient to various locations within the hospital in a kind and caring fashion. As well as checking the various equipment rooms for stocked supplies and cleanliness. I learned a lot about culture differences that I hadn't considered before, and the managment was helpful and consistent. The only difficulty I had – more... while employed was the more challenging anatomy of the hospital. The carpeting in various locations and steep ramp leading to an external building were the only tasks I did not look forward too. However the essence of the job, transporting the patients, makes it worth while. It was a joy meeting new people everyday and helping them feel more at home while in the hospital. It was a great experience and a made some great friends in the staff. – less
Nutrition Assistant (Former Employee), Edgewood, KY – November 6, 2012
Pros: 30 minute breaks
Cons: very fast passed
I would mainly work the dinner shift where I would prepared and load dinner trys for hospital patients. Then I would move and transport dinner carts to all areas of the hospitol I learned time management skills and being able to work fast. Management: Nutritionists, Nutritionist Managers, Cooks Co-Workers: Nutrition Assistants Hardest part was walking – more... fast enough to serve everyone on a timely manner The most enjoyable part was walking to every part of the hospital and watch professional health enthusist do there job. – less
We conducted luncheons and had holiday celebration at a branc level.
Team Director for Nutrition Services (Former Employee), Dayton, OH – November 1, 2012
Pros: it was a prestigeous type of job with lots of pressures.
Cons: the constant movement of executives in and out.
I had 24 hour responsibilities at my job but occasionally visited the operation in the pm as most of my duties were performed in the am.I had full control of every aspect of the business as my bosses were based on the west coast.I learned how to manage an operation on my own from a-z. I was guided by my budget that I prepared and was accepted by corporate – more... on the west coast.I had 13 managers and 125 employees reporting to meand was responsible for their training through my management team. The hardest part of my job was to please our customers who thought that prices were too high for product in a captive market. They did not understand the high costs associated with having a captive audience. The most enjoyable part of the job was when the company would let me operate and manage the facility on my own and turn in the on budget numbers every month. – less
Support technician (Former Employee), Edgewood, ky. – October 25, 2012
I would not go back to this hospital as an employee, my co-workers were great to work with but as a support tech, your not appreciated for everything that you do, and it seems like your looked down upon if your not an RN. mind you this is my own opinion.
Secretary 2/Patient Registrar (Former Employee), Lafayette, IN – October 23, 2012
Pros: free lunch hour, doing the work i love to do, interacting with different people.
Cons: the only con is that it took me an hour and a half to get to work!
My job consist of front office duties in an outpatient department. I registered new patients that come in, and updated information when needed. Helped answer 7 phone lines to different areas of the hospital. Filed when needed, checked off charges from the previous day, and also entered charges of the patients seen that day. I was in charge of 14 therapy – more... attendants, plus my own work load. My co-workers were the best and so easy to get along with! The hardest part of my job was my drive to and from work. Nothing at work was hard. I loved my job there and was there for 8 years. I only left to be a stay at home mother to my twins. – less
Home Health aide (Former Employee), Edgewood, KY – October 10, 2012
Pros: schedule, enviroment, co-workers
St. Elizabeth was a good place to work, the only thing was doing there homecare your pay was always different do to if a client cancel on you there was no replacemment so your pay was always different and when trying to pay bills made it hard at times.
CT Technologist II (Current Employee), Edgewood, KY – September 23, 2012
A typical day at work often means patients in need of exams throughout the entire shift. As the flagship location of our group of hospitals, many patients and doctors prefer the professionalism and efficiency of St. Elizabeth at Edgewood. We commonly perform more radiologic studies than our other 4 locations combined. The pace is sometimes hectic, but – more... due to my time at UC, one I am accustomed to and prefer. As the primary location for Toshiba's Aquillion One 320, my imaging skills, with the help of some fantastic co-workers and radiologists, continues to advance with the demands brought on by technology. My 5 years as a US Marine and former small business owner have given me the discipline needed to carry out management's directives. Though I may sometimes disagree, I am a team player and understand the importance of unit cohesiveness. Though a 40 hr per week employee, I often leave early or stay late as the patient load dictates. The hardest part of my job is dealing with the ER physicians who are always calling to check when a particular patient's exam will be completed. Usually when the patient is on my table! It is agrivating, but I understand the time and cost considerations in the field of medicine today, and the ER doc's always give me great reviews. The thing I most treasure about my work is the patient. I take great pride in my easy manner and ability to elicit a smile from someone in an otherwise anxious situation. I know the nurses, and especially the patients, are appreciative of my efforts. – less