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Extremely busy.
Clean Core Technician (Current Employee), Boise, IDJune 3, 2014
A typical day at work is extremely busy and understaffed. I learned about different surgical procedures and expanded my knowledge of medical supplies.
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I easily adapt to changing environments to accommodate the needs of the organization.
Medical Technologist/ ER (Former Employee), Manila, P00May 17, 2014
Pros: trainings
Cons: short breaks
The institution will commend you to work well under pressure and time constraints within high-volume environments.
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Productive and team player
Billing/Office Assistant (Current Employee), San Francisco, CAApril 21, 2014
Post insurance payment to patient's accounts. Verify insurance on a daily basis. Help my co-workers with their workload. Calling patients regarding their insurance, if different from our contracted insurance carrier. I like learning new things every day.
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Good place to work
RN (Current Employee), Meridian, IDMarch 26, 2014
Have worked with St. Lukes since I became a nurse and love working there.
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The standard of service drives employees to be the best!
LACTATION MANAGER (Former Employee), Global CityMarch 26, 2014
Pros: recognition of work
The training given by this institution molded me to be a better nurse with strong drive to excel in my field.

Nursing job is hard but because of the camaraderie of management and colleagues, I was able to meet my goal of becoming the best of what I can be at work. The culture of helping hand and honesty among staff and management paved the way for – more... me to achieve my career goals. – less
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Excellent working environment.
ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE HOUSEKEEPER (Current Employee), PhilippinesMarch 18, 2014
Very challenging role everyday, resolved everyday related issue for housekeeping and linen and laundry
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my first job a short and meaningful experience
Nurse Assistant (Former Employee), Quezon City, P00March 18, 2014
Pros: first job, free graveyard food. good co worker.
Cons: reliever job status
I work on this Hospital for Five Months and had to resign for a bigger and more secure job opportunity.
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great job
CNA (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIFebruary 4, 2014
I felt empowered working for St. luke's because it was such a well known hospital and they have done so much for so many people, but I am a small town girl and didn't care to live in milwaukee anymore.
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psychiatric techincians
Psychiatric Technician (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZDecember 31, 2013
Assisting patient in ADL's, and support. My most enjoyable moments are being able to provide that one to one moment to patents, listening to them and doing everything possible to meet their need and providing the best care during their stay. Most stressful days are working under stressful environment.
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Perfect place to work for new nurses/nursing students!
Lead Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIDecember 12, 2013
Pros: tuition reimbursement, great benefits, decent pay, amazing coworkers
Cons: management of hospital changed frequently while i was there
I was a CNA at St. Luke's and the only reason I left was to follow my boyfriend across the country for his promotion. I LOVED working here- my schedule was flexible for school and I learned so much, which helped me in my classes. The unit I worked on was tough- we had a lot of heavy patients and I usually was assigned anywhere from 7 to 12 patients – more... during my shift. Although it was really busy, the relationships built throughout the unit between coworkers got everyone through each day successfully. Everyone I worked with had a genuine care for patients and were all hardworking people. I feel like I'll never experience that great of care ever again and won't find any coworkers as awesome as the ones I had there. Any patient would be in great hands in that hospital. – less
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good place to work
Director of Facilities, Presbyterian (Former Employee), Denver, CONovember 8, 2013
Pros: good staff
Cons: leadership
leadership was not as involved with day to day actives in hospital
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Poor work environment-too short-staffed in L&D
RN (Former Employee), Sioux City, IAOctober 25, 2013
Pros: pro-rated meals, there was a grand piano that i played every so often on my days off and @ christmas, the hospital was less than 2 blks from my house.
Cons: see above.
It was very short-staffed back in L&D. The nurse manager was very nice, but overwhelmed. Feed back re: how things could be improved, was not accepted. We were expected to pick up 32 hrs of night call, in addition to our regularly scheduled hrs. They called us every day and every night, because staffing was so poor. PP/Nsy?Gyn had a wonderful nurse mgr – more... and this area was very well run. I preferred working in this area by far the most, and the staff was alot of fun to work with. In L&D, I liked alot of the gals I worked with, but it was so busy all the time, that everyone was exhausted, and not able to do their best. It was a very unsafe place to work, taking care of active, PTL and outpts @ the same time. That NEVER happened @ Methodist or NMMC, where I had worked before. – less
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Quality education of all work types with emphasis on quality while giving me a flexible schedule for my home life.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIOctober 24, 2013
Pros: typing at home and flexibility.
Cons: very limited contact with co-workers.
I enjoyed working for St. Luke's. I was able to type for several hospitals in any given day and lots of different clinics. There were new doctors with new terms. Each day we had a different region, Metro (which included St. Luke's, my home base), South, North and Central regions. There was always someone to answer my questions, The leads and quality – more... assurance people were easy to work with and my supervisor was fabulous. Speech recognition, Epic and Dragon caused an elimination of jobs but I will always be grateful for the education the Aurora system provided. – less
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Productive and Fun workplace specially during inventory count
OIC - Accounting Inventory (Current Employee), E.Rodriguez Sr. Ave. Quezon CitySeptember 29, 2013
Pros: rice subsidy
Cons: healthcare
Reporting everyday early to do jobs as early as possible. Managing inventory section on accounting so much contributed learnings specially on handling people with different behaviour. Learning also on works particularly on reconciling inventory variances challenges me from my staff task going to supervision which you are responsible with your production – more... as well as output of your team. Co-workers fun to work with since you enjoy their company in achieving teams objectives. Year-end reports will consider as the hardest part on us specially on accounting hence, we need to extend much time to do annual reports to comply with external auditors requirements and government as well. Endeed its fun to work extended hours with co-workers. – less
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great place to work
Internal Auditor (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZAugust 9, 2013
I have always wanted to work in a hospital and I am so thankful to work for this company
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loved it
Externship (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZJuly 15, 2013
i loved being there during my extern. i learned so much and enjoyed all the people.
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busy but relaxed environment
UNIT MANAGER (Former Employee), QUEZON CITY PHILIPPINESJuly 13, 2013
Pros: a thirteen month salary and bonuses for having the lowest budget
**a quite busy street. as typical day
**a place that give a lot of option to learn and they will provide
** every manager is being trained well to function as well diverse manager
**everybody is friendly and helpful
**accommodating doctor is hardest part of the job since everybody wants to be the first to be serve
** after providing all your best of – more... care to clients/patients and you will be recognized by the patients and most especially the hospital and provide bonuses for excellent job. – less
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Strong Team, Poor managment
Staff (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZMay 27, 2013
Cons: no raises, not enough staff for case load.
Over Worked under appreciated
Management is childish and has ZERO structure
Managements stand is work team to death and replace them when they quit. Even if they have been there for years.
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Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIApril 24, 2013
Pros: education, benefits, working as team.
Cons: inabilty to change patients, of which whom have a poor prognosis.
Contending with open heart surgical patients.
ECHO, how to care for ventilated and surgical patients.
Management was firm, yet closely involved with all staff.
Co-workers worked well as a team, quick, responsive and excellent in their Critical Care skills.
The hardest part of the job was the intensity of taking two-three open heart patients in a twelve – more... hour shift.
the most enjoyable part of the job was the educational experience, as well as ability to see the patients' continued progression. – less
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Good hospital staff to work with
Charge/Staff Nurse (Former Employee), 279 E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave, Quezon City PhilippinesApril 15, 2013
Pros: they provide trainings and seminars for continuous education
Cons: location (far from where i reside)
On a typical day at work, we would start in doing nurses rounds to all of our patients ensuring their safety and comfort. Then we would focus on our assigned patients and provide nursing care through assessment, diagnosis,planning, implementation and evaluation.
I have learned not just to provide care but to go on "extra mile" when you provide care, – more... meaning, you would anticipate and offer to help them in doing other things that would add up to their comfort during their hospital stay. I have learned that in management, you need to know how to listen and become a good leader so that other people will respect and follow you.That time management is very important so you won't have to exhaust yourself that usually leads to burnout. My co-workers are all professionals and I enjoyed working with them. The hardest part of the job is dealing with different kinds of people and keeping up with the quality of care that I need to provide them. When someone is not too respectful of what I'm doing, all I do is to show respect anyway and bear in mind that not all people will respect you and that you have to know how to deal properly with criticisms and use it to further build a better character. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to come across or even handle some Filipino celebrities and of course, being able to work with my closest friends in the unit. – less

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About St. Luke's Medical Center

St. Luke's Medical Center has been providing healthcare in the Valley for nearly 100 years. It is our continued commitment to – Read more