TELECOMMUNICATION PBX SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – December 21, 2015
Most days were very busy, there is only one operator per shift. I learned how the communication core of a hospital works. This is considering in coming calls, out going calls. 411 and 911 for the entire hospital! My co workers made you feel at ease and were very helpful. The most rewarding part of his position, was watching how with time, the employees respected me and found themselves comfortable coming to me to help them out. Also having them tell me, I was a fair and understanding supervisor!
I enjoy working at a hospital and especially a community hospital.
RN Case Manager Telemetry Floor (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 16, 2015
I like knowing the CEO, CFO and CNO on a personal basis. I have worked there over 6 years. We were recently bought by Tenet, one of the largest healthcare providers in the US. We lost that "small" feeling. I enjoyed working with some of my best friends, laughing, eating lunch together. I feel there is no place for me to grow at this facility anymore and I am ready for a new experience. I need to be in a position where I have a lot of interaction with people and patients and feel I am making a difference.
The people that you work with makes the day go by faster especially when you are having fun and love what you do.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 11, 2015
A typical day at my job is crazy. You can never be more prepared for your day because something else always comes up that make you say " WOW! That really did happen." Although it has its bad days I have learned alot their. I`ve learned to be more or a team player more just being alone and during it myself,and to trust more. But most of all my co-workers were the best. we would laugh all night long about how long the night is going to be.The hardest part about my job is seeing people die. Thats something that I will never get over. I start to think about that persons life and what they could have had if this did not happen to them, and their families are so heart broken when you tell them the news about their love ones passing. Every job has its up`s and down`s but the most enjoyable part about my job is when someone tells me I`ve changed their lives, or just thanks for stopping to talk to them and learn to their stories. That puts a smile on my face because there is nothing more heart warming than someone telling you you changed their life.
Wonderful staff, management and physicians all working cohesively to achieve positive patient satisfaction for services rendered.
Executive Assistant to CEO/Hospital Ambassador (Former Employee) – North Miami Beach, FL and Fort Lauderdale, FL – December 8, 2015
The ability to work in an environment in which you are helping people on a daily basis in the healthcare setting is very fulfilling. My compassion, hands on approach, and willingness to go above and beyond to successfully make a positive difference in the lives of those I touch on a daily basis (patients, families, employees, management, physicians, and community leaders) is very rewarding.
Registered Nurse in CCU and MICU (Current Employee) – Delray Beach, FL – December 1, 2015
Great teamwork and charge nurses take the time to teach when new experiences arise. There is always something new to learn. Continuing education is always encouraged. Atmosphere is supportive and family-like as we always celebrate everyone's birthdays as a group at work. Our nurse manager is an excellent leader and makes time to listen to our concerns while constantly helping us to be the best nurses we can.
Assistant Nurse Manage, Critical Care (Current Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – December 1, 2015
Its a great place to work. Great opportunity to learn and grow. Its a great stepping stone to future development. The management team is supportive and the staff is great to work with. The hardest part of my job is adequate staffing.
opportunity for growth in education
No cafeteria at night, slow to advance within field
Medical Technologist (Former Employee) – Hickory, NC – November 20, 2015
Running patient specimens in the following areas of the laboratory inside the hospital ( blood bank, chemistry, hematology, microbiology, specimen processing, and coagulation/urinalysis). Learning and trained how to multi-task in different areas of the hospital laboratory.
Great experience learning all areas of the hospital laboratory.
Team members not doing there jobs and me having to do their work and also machine failure.
cardiovascular technologist (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – November 18, 2015
I overall loved my job, supervisor, co-workers, doctors, etc. I worked as an echo tech, EKG tech, and TEE tech. Had no issues with hours or benefits. Cared about patients and staff. It was like a family not a job.