Staff RN-OR (Current Employee) – Texas – October 31, 2017
Typical work day of 10-20 scheduled surgeries. Good clinical skills workout, critical thinking workout, friendly workplace culture. Caring and considerate management. Most important part of job is taking care of patients and ensuring quality outcomes. Job sometimes hard due to work load/staff ratio. Learned to continue to utilize and hone clinical skills. Institution very up to date on education maintenance.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Richmond, MO – August 11, 2017
This was my first job out of school it was a great place to start. I worked with 4 physicians and an FNP-C. This is the place where everyone is like family. If I hadn't been offered a position with health insurance I would probably still be there.
HOUSEKEEPER (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – May 6, 2017
Pay is ok. Benefits are great. Supervisors do gossip and don't promote teamwork. Staff are overworked and stress workers due to employee shortage in majority departments. Hard to request days off and vacation. Its not easy to transfer positions. Managers hold workers back on advancing to other departments unless its CNA and its a one year requirement to work there.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – May 1, 2017
Nice place to work, competitive & busy growing for expanding population. Nice group of employees.Very diverse. I learn something new everyday and have to care for all types of patients/family as well as staff member The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know patients and families and helping them navigate through the healthcare system. Saving lives is very rewarding.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – April 5, 2017
verified insurance, pull paper charts and replaced charts alphabetically, performed EKG,Spirometry tests, triaged patients, Phlebotomy, assisted gynecologist in all gynecoligical testing, setting up examination room for each patient making sure everything was stocked handing over all tools, and GYN test kits to gynecologist as well as perform all lab work on specimens
great multi clinical and adminstrative skills, high volume practice
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – March 6, 2017
Give medications, assist in vital signs, assessments, admissions and discharges of patients. Nurse education, and interventions with patients. Answered call lights, and phone calls. Took direct orders from Physicians, charted in Meditech
CNA/Multi Skilled Tech/Unit Secratary (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – December 28, 2016
I worked 12 hour shifts 3 days a week. No weekend or holidays. I ran the unit desk as well as taking patients when staffed short. I did daily call backs to patients to see how they are recovering and answering any questions they may have. Conduct interviews with panel. I also order all supplies for the unit and stocked. I was used as a unit resource and precept new employees. In my spare time or days off I would come in and assist the director in the office.The Medical Center of Aurora always had room to grow with education and experiences. The staffed I worked with was like my second family and we had great team work. The hardest part of my job was correcting things that were done wrong through staff and physicians.The most enjoyable about the Medical Center was that cultural diversity and staff still having fun while working.
PHYSICAL THERAPY AIDE Plano, TX (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – December 15, 2016
The staff I worked with was awesome. Everyone looked out for each other and we worked as a team. There was always a celebration for something The supervisors always kept you informed on everything going on
free lunches there was always lots of prizes to win and the christmas parties was of the chain
point system if you late to many times you get wrote up quick
Working at this establishment can be productive and fast paced. Learning of good time management skills is a must. The hardest part of my job is when my job duties become busy, and I wish I could have done more. The enjoyable part of my job is when people overcome their illness and get to go home. Management is available to address your needs. The coworkers are always willing to lend a helping hand.
cleanliness of the building and the grounds
I wish they had more healthy options in the cafeteria