OB Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Evanston, IL – February 15, 2018
Typical work day like any other hospital. Come in, punch in, scrub up and get ready to do rounds. Take a rundown from the relief person or the person you're relieving. Every day is different day and you don't know how slow or fast paced the day may be but it's always a great experience.
Patient Access Representative (Current Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 16, 2017
A great place to work if your just starting your career. Overall a nice place to work. The typical day is 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Duties are to concisely check in patients and obtain needed information to go forward with appointment.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – October 13, 2017
enter patients information,collect specimen from veins by venipunture or syringe,butterfly needle,or heel and finger stick.I learned to be more patient and tolerant with others and had great co-workers to work with.
RN (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – October 6, 2017
Used to be the greatest place to work: best management, best crew & finally brought in a great crew of ER MDs, but administration (as they often do) had to mess with a good thing & eventually ran off some of the best nurses this city has to offer, resulting in the situation they now find themselves in, having to offer ridiculous sign-on bonuses yet still unable to retain nurses & nearly the entire hospital is filled with travelers
Medical Support Associate (Former Employee) – Trenton, NJ – October 4, 2017
I worked the 11-7 shift which consisted of me taking vitals for patients at set and requested time, drawing blood, accuchecks, EKG's, telemetry tech, patient care, post-mortem care and whatever was asked of me by the nurses and/or doctors on call that night
Staff Nurse PRN (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 3, 2017
Community is important to the hospital. The community has been good to the hospital and the hospital is appreciative of the support received over the years for the community, so the hospital strives to give back to the community as much as possible.
Emergency Department RN (Current Employee) – Federal Way, WA – September 27, 2017
St. Francis is a great place for a ER nurse to learn fresh out of school. It is a fast paced, high intensity ER that sees a variety of different patients. I learned a lot during my time there and plan to stay on per diem.
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – September 27, 2017
All of healthcare is in transition. Managers don't stay longer than 2 years. The work is pretty much the same anywhere. Keep your head down and work, you will be fine. Managers are scared. They will sell anyone down the river if it protects them.
Unit Clerk (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – September 20, 2017
A typical day at work would best be described as sporadic moments of dire situations. These instances would often demand quick, effective decisiveness. Teamwork is paramount, as well as social interaction. The most rewarding part of the job would be the ability to directly help various people and their families. The hardest part of the job, for me, is that it never requires the utilization of my true skill set.
Room Service Attendant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 13, 2017
This was a great place to work. Most of my experience here was positive. Co-workers are like everywhere else, some professional some not. Our Manager in food service seem to have borderline personality disorder though. You could do exactly what he asked, but he would be upset because HE changed his mind. He was nice one minute mean the next and reminded me of George Bush when he is there Everybody walks on eggshells.
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Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Roslyn, NY – September 10, 2017
Great place to work, but in my opinion, not so great for new grads. I loved the workplace culture, all the nurses and assistant nurses work as a great team in order to keep the workplace environment safe as well as the patients.