Volunteer (Current Employee) – Stanford, CA – November 18, 2016
I loved my experience volunteering at Stanford Hospital. The secretary and unit nurses were great to work with and the environment was something special that I loved being apart of. The entire hospital has a special way of doing things and has implemented programs to take health care to the next level.
Clinical Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – November 17, 2016
I learned leadership and team work. This company values there standards as Stanford is one of the leading healthcare company's in the United States. The staff is trained in providing the highest level of customer and patient services.
Lab Assistant II (Current Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – November 16, 2016
Prepares specimen (aliquoting, accessioning, etc.) for send out to reference labs for testing. Reviews lab orders received in the Processing Lab Department for accuracy and complete requisition paperwork Documents updates on specimen within EPIC database for tracking purposes. Also, cancels, adds, or back-dates tests as instructed by health care providers of patient.
Senior Speech Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – November 16, 2016
time to move on to another adventure. it has been exciting and a challenge . 9 hour work day--10 with the commute . I have developed many new treatment strategies . Management is poor . most of my coworkers are awesome . My job is intense . I love working with my patients
So productive, energetic and very helpful and organized environment.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – November 3, 2016
Stanford is the best place to work with. The place is so beneficial to your learning ability while working with the healthcare team. I feel very proud surrounded with great working people. Respect and the care not only to the patients are very visible. Really a best place to work.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA 95128 – October 28, 2016
Come in get an assignment, get report, pass water, do v/s, set up pts for brkfst, assist pts with ADL's, mid day charting ,set up pts for lunch, do last round and do end of day charting (Including I&O's)
Manager of Medicare Product Operations (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA – October 22, 2016
Like many companies, there are challenges but my coworkers are very passionate and the senior leadership is on the right track. There is lots of opportunity in improving work life balance but the management team is working hard to improve this.
Miscellaneous (Former Employee) – Bay Area – October 9, 2016
I am the ultimate team player and it was sad that the hard workers are almost punished to go over and above while the repeated slackers of the office are able to be slackers and get away with it. The Managers are the ones to blame for their staff's lack of productivity and follow through.Why are you a manager ? Incredible.I enjoyed being able to excel at having the strong ability to pay close attention to detail and to follow through thouroughly on any given account and situation.dealt.The hardest part of my job was having to deal with all the different personalities and "complaints" about their job.I've learned that i can ONLY be responsible for myself and my actions. I also learned that not all co-workers and management staff were honest. That was a tough pill to swallow.
Blood Bank Technician (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – October 6, 2016
Love the environment. Good reason to work everyday as you'll see fun co workers and we all serve a good purpose. - Typical day at work varies as we travel to different places all the time to collect a pint of blood for blood transfusion. I've learned how to mingle with different ethnicity and different techniques in blood draw.
The most enjoyable part of the job is you always have a feeling of being fulfilled if you didn't miss a vein, if you have enough unit for the lab to process and seeing that donors are happy to help.
Stanford Health Care is an excellent place to work.
Assistant Clinic Manager (Former Employee) – Stanford, CA – September 11, 2016
Fast paced and ever changing days at work. Provides endless opportunities for career advancement. Support for management and co-workers. Constant change is hard for some people, you need to be up for the challenge. Patient and staff interaction, making a difference in someone's life.
Beautiful work environment, supportive healthy lifestyle.
Great exposure to health care in a trauma 1 facility
Anesthesia Technician (Current Employee) – Stanford, CA – July 18, 2016
Stanford Hospital provided a great place to learn about the ins and outs of a trauma 1 facility. My typical day exposed me to heart transplants to gun shot victims to radiation therapy. My work had my in every department of the hospital (operating room, endoscopy, cath/angio, orthopedics, emergency, etc.) I have aided with the intubation of patients, provided chest compressions on patients in cardiac arrest, provided assistance to the anesthesiologist during code blue emergencies; and set up and maintained all anesthesia equipment in the hospital.
Patient Companion (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – July 18, 2016
My personal opinion once they get you into a position and you show that you are great at that position that's where they want to keep you . I wish the advancement was more attainable, for example I had shown myself to be an excellent patient companion but once I had graduated CNA school and wanted to further myself in that field, I felt stifled. Everything else about Stanford is pretty awesome!
Orthopedic Coordinator- Surgery (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – July 13, 2016
all supplies are inventoried. team work in surgery my co-workers are fun to be with in surgery and doctors hard part waiting for special order for particular surgery. seeing the patient after surgery it was success.
Assistant Nurse Manager of E3 (Former Employee) – Stanford, CA – June 23, 2016
This Hospital was my Stepping stone as a young nurse manager. II learned so much not only about being a nurse manager but what it took to be a nurse manager and what my nurses needed from me as a resouce on the floor during the shift. I quickly learned to multli task and get the most done with in my 8 hour shift while keeping my staff calm under the most stressful of situations. The hardest hardest part of the job was being a young nurse manager and having to prove myself but the best part of the job was being able to do just that, prove myself.