Rehab Aide (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – January 31, 2016
I work in both inpatient and out patient Physical Therapy department as a rehab aide. I translate from English to Spanish. I stock the out patient clinic with a variety of equipment and supplies. I issue out durable medical equipment when patient discharges from the hospital.
Seeing patients great outcomes after helping rehab them
blood drawing to processing specimen taking doctor order to giving out results over the phone,
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – November 16, 2015
A typical day at work begins with blood drawing patient up on the floors, then come down to process the blood work. You learn how to work well with other and understanding how management is there to help you when your over whelmed. Job also help you work close with each of your co-worker, sometime we were short staff which make it difficulty to do the job but the most enjoyable part of the jobs is helping the patients.....
Decent place to work; has good benefit and pays well
Physician Liaison/Clinical Informatics (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – November 12, 2015
First the goods: pays well, good benefits, pretty decent co-worker, and decent culture.
The bad: rampage nepotism (good if you benefits from it). Many of the managers are usually nurses even in some IT position. It is not that they know a lot about IT, it because they know this manager from years ago while working on the floor or is married to this HR person.
decent culture, decent pay, decent benefits
no room for advancements unless you know someone higher up.
Learned High Risk Nursing at the hands of some of the best professionals I know.
STAFF NURSE (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – November 11, 2015
My life at St.Joseph's was fun, exciting and safe. I was pretty green when I started at St Joe's. We had Fellows from Long Beach Memorial and UCI. They were very helpful and patient in teaching me the ropes at this very busy facility. But most of all I St Joe's was a very safe place to practice due to their support and backup systems. I never felt isolated or on my own. I never went to work fearing that something would go wrong.
Generalist/Recruiter (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 6, 2015
St Joseph's has been a struggling hospital for many years. The fact that it has changed hands many times has made it a difficult environment to work in. St. Joseph's does offer affordable benefit premiums but limits providers. My co-workers are what has kept me here so long.
Charge Nurse/Clinical Manager (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – November 5, 2015
a typical day at work included making assignments, scheduling, evaluations and patient care; the hardest part of the job was some of the ethical issues in dealing with end of life issues of ventilated patients
Registered Nurse, Shift Coordinator Float Pool (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – November 4, 2015
I work on the floor as a float pool RN. Experienced with Med/Surg/Tele/Procedural, Rad Onc.and MBU. I am also a part time shift coordinator that helps supervise and leads about 70 associates in the float pool.
Temporary Contract ER Coder (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 2, 2015
This job was great. Perfect hours and great pay. This was a temporary coding position. I was hired to catch up the ER coding. My contract was for 6 months but I completed the job in 3 months which was a big savings for the hospital.
Materials Management Specialist (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – November 2, 2015
typical day involved inspecting various supply areas in the hospital to ensure that supply levels were on par with the designated par level. Ordering the supplies needed and promptly delivering them to areas needed.
CNA (Current Employee) – Elmira, NY – October 26, 2015
I work with a great team on second shift! We all work so hard together to make sure we give the best care possible! The people who work in management are always there and always lending a helping hand if needed, which is wonderful! The past couple of years working for Arnot Health, has given me so much thought and so much experience in the line of work I do, day to day. We are giving a lot of opportunities to be able to learn new things through training on our learning management systems which is greatly appreciated! The hardest part of my job is working short staffed, the timing can be difficult but with the help of my co workers we have always managed to get the job done efficiently. I enjoy taking care of my residents, they always make my day. I enjoy when they show me older family pictures and talk about how wonderful they're life was.