ICU COORDINATOR & ANALYST I, II & III (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 24, 2017
Fast pace environment consist of different responsibilities make this work environment for me fun and interesting. Management and workplace is very diversified that makes it enjoyable to work for. and hardest part is not enough time to accomplished the day to day responsibilities.
Central Scheduler (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – July 17, 2017
Answered incoming calls from Doctor Offices and Patients in regards to scheduling appointments. Also responsible for working written orders from proprietary and outside doctor offices, as well as working closely with the Medicare and Medicaid websites.
Surgical Scrub Nurse (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – July 13, 2017
My typical workday consisted of setting up different surgical cases and assisting the surgeon with doing the case by passing the needed instruments, maintaining a sterile environment. There were many times every week that there was no one to relieve me on my case so I had to stay until the case was over. You could not walk out on a case because it was someone's life, so you stayed until it was over. Therefore you worked until the case was over. Sometimes the doctors asked to work specifically with you, and you know this was an honor so you also would stay until the case was over. Some cases lasted 13 or more hours. Quite a few times St. Joseph would send their security officer to pick my kids up from daycare so I could finish a case. The most enjoyable part of the job was when I went back to school to get my BA, several of the doctors said that for every A that I got they would give me $100. Boy did I give them a run for their money. Having fun in the OR was a given. The stress level was low when we all laughed and joked and got along with each other.
Surgical Staff Nurse /Laser Safety Officer (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – July 12, 2017
A day at work in surgery is either very slow or very fast paced. The current management meaning CHS has been in the news recently and just needs to leAve Lutheran Health Network alone and leave the state!!
Health Scholar (Current Employee) – Orange County, CA – July 11, 2017
I experienced a lot how to communicate with patients and staff there. The hospital’s strong belief in the intrinsic dignity of each person commits it to be a just employer to its 3,800 employees; to provide healthcare for the whole person, body, mind and spirit; and to collaborate with the 1,000-member medical staff and other healthcare providers to increase access to quality health care.
STAFF NURSE-LPN (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – July 9, 2017
Very pleasant working conditions, staff was professional. Very hard to take time off due to having to find someone to cover your shift. The various floors/staff did not interact very well, causing friction when you had to float to another floor.
Staff nurse for patient care (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – July 8, 2017
A typical day involved patient care on various nursing floors. This included patient care, medication administration, charting,patient assessments. Also, included supervison of CNA's and charge nurse duties at times>