Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX 78229 – February 28, 2016
great job to gain experience in this type of facility but tons and tons of walking. only get a 30 minute break for a 14 hour shift. always have shifts with a skeleton crew and management wont step in to help they'll just sit back and watch the employees struggle.
experience gained and get to meet new people
lack of help and concern from management, break times, always short staffed
Clinical Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 5, 2012
Part time AM shift phlebotomy patient contact learned to have more compassion for others great managment co-workers alwasy willing to help hard part of the job is seeing patients in pain, but i enjiyed talking to patients.
A working enviorment full of many challanges/needs.
Food Service Worker1/Cashier (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 5, 2012
Working in a healthcare/dietary dept. atmosphere is a very fast-paced and challanging, no matter what area of the dept. you work in. I learned that to succeed as a food service worker you had to be alert and attentive to the patients needs and what they desired to have on their tray/meal menu.Management /supervisors had a very big and important part in keeping the dept. going and meeting the demands of food service. The co-workers each had their unique way of adding their best service to the dept.The hardest part of the job was actually putting your best foot forward to be able to meet the needs of the dept.And the most enjoyable part of the job is that St. Luke's Hospital is a great place to work for.