Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Kirkwood, MO – January 11, 2017
I enjoyed working at this hospital, but then they decided to outsource work and did not tell anyone, so we worked one day anyeesd the next heard we were losing our jobs. This was not a very nice thing to do to dedicated employees. This was an excellent position except for the lack of information received from supervisors and managers.
lack of advising us our positions would be ending.
Patient Companion (Former Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – January 2, 2017
Bad work environment. The management treats you horribly and dehumanizes you. I do not remember being appreciated by management at any time that I was involved here. The pay was absolutely horrible for the amount of work and sacrifice committed for this company.
CNA / PCT (Former Employee) – Heart and lung unit – December 29, 2016
It was wonderful learning experience..I left with more skills ..I was able to meet people from all parts of the world.To work with great nurses and Doctors..that had no problem explaining things .I just wish the management would of been more involved with all staff and offered more classes on the different learning opportunities.
Lead Histology Technologist (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – December 21, 2016
Routine histology processing starts at the start of the work. Special stains and recuts are done usually in the afternoon, this is the only place where I worked alone most of the time. Its a great place to work. People are friendly and easy to get along. Laboratory environment is productive and caring.
Monitor Tech (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 6, 2016
The thing I loved most about being a monitor tech was that you can work 3- 12 hour days and then you have worked your whole work week. The pay was not the greatest and there was not a lot of room for advancement here unless I became a nurse though.
Laser Nurse Coordinator, Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Kirkwood, MO – December 1, 2016
This hospital was sold and moved to another location about a dozen miles away. I felt it was a great place to work and provided an excellent foundation to my early nursing career. This Catholic hospital had an excellent work environment guided by the nuns who filled key management rolls throughout the hospital. The staff felt like family and were very supportive of each other. I knew most staff members by name in this 200+ bed hospital. I was sad to move on but needed to relocate to another state. Wish I could have taken the entire hospital with me.
SOS Humanim Internship (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – December 1, 2016
I n this job I worked in the cancer institute at st. joseph hospital where I leaned how help assit nurses with their patients by providing food, beverages, warm blankets, and clean chairs and pillows. I also restocked the drewers and blanket warmer so that nothing would run out.
Financial Counselor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 25, 2016
It is a real learning environment it is one of those employments were you really need to apply your self focus and do your job so many different roles but in the end all of the day those role come together for the benefit of the patient
Food Service Aide (Former Employee) – Paterson, NJ – November 21, 2016
Co-workers are sneaky. Lots of gossip. Everyone is out for themselves. Management is crazy. Love to power trip. Way too much walking and not enough time to rest. The people are messy and nasty. but Pay is great 10.00 and up benefits are also great.