Fast-paced environment with daily challenges of which one never gets bored
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Medford, MA – November 8, 2017
Supervise staff to ensure that services are being provided effectively to those with mental illness. Liaison with state and community providers to ensure adequate supports. Medication administration and training.
Operations Manager, Sterile Processing Department (Current Employee) – California – October 21, 2017
TCMC is dedicated to providing quality care and allowed me to make changes needed to support this. The hospital is always looking to bring on quality Doctors and Surgeons to help support community needs.
Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – September 21, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed working at Tri-City and was sad to have to leave. However, Arizona was the best choice for my son and myself. I would recommend this opportunity and amazing hospital to anyone qualified.
Adult Critical Care Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Oceanside, CA – August 24, 2017
I recently found out I am paid less than a new-grad hired at the hospital, although I have 11 years experience as a nurse. I have loved the people I work with and have felt supported by the nurses around me, but it is frustrating to work for an organization that does not support an employee's financial goals and put value in retaining talent through competitive salaries.
Child/Family Mental Health Therapist Intern (Former Employee) – ca – August 10, 2017
enjoyed the co-working relationships for support to help overcome the challenges. good place to gain clinical experience and earn hours for licensing. tough community to help families in need due to lack of or no resources. Clinical and administrated decisions are confronted daily.
Student Volunteer (Current Employee) – Oceanside, CA 92056 – August 2, 2017
Greet guests and patients, walk around to see if anyone needs assistance, take food trays to family members or patients. The workplace is very fast paced but is interesting as well. You get to see all that goes on in all places of the hospital. Most enjoyable part of the job is being able to help out people and go into the ER.
Student Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – June 22, 2017
With a large rehabilitation team consisting of outpatient and inpatient therapists, much is to be learned in learning OT dynamics in inpatient settings. Fast-paced as all inpatient settings, team members are very knowledgeable and seasoned. Therapy service delivery is always changing, you get to keep pace with latest developments in Medicare/reimbursement schemes.
New-Grad RN - 1 North/Orthopedics (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – June 15, 2017
Having worked for Tri-City for almost 5 years, I always accepted the toxicity for what it was. I figured that it would common in any big medical facility, but I was wrong. As an employee of Tri-City, you will not receive support from management and administration. You will be worked very hard with little if any notoriety for your hard work. Sadly, at TCMC, you are just a number. You are replaceable, and this is evident given the overwhelming number of registry nurses that TCMC is having to hire. TCMC finds it very difficult to retain employees for worthy reasons. Having worked on many floors in this facility, I have witnessed an overwhelming lack of satisfaction among the staff on most floors. Unless you're desperate, don't work at TCMC.
Unit Secretary (Resource Float Pool) (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – May 24, 2017
Worked night shift. Checked in with Administrative Supervisor go over patient census and possible admissions from the E.R. to Hospital. Assist Staffing Coordinator with answering phones, confirming staff. Make rounds to each unit; go over patient charts enter any new written orders by Doctor or Nursing staff. Unit Secretary and administrative duties.
NP (Current Employee) – Oceanside, CA – May 23, 2017
Poor management trickles down. Doctors in ER yell and scream at staff. Managers do too and stab employees in the back. Staffing is horrendous. Hired for days, you get scheduled for nights. Hired Monday through Friday, you are scheduled every weekend. You work and don't get paid.