Walter Reed is a fun and learning place and you meet all kind of people.
food service worker (Current Employee), Bethesda, Maryland – October 27, 2012
Pros: serving the patients and meeting there family.
Cons: i am trying to get out of the scullery
I have work in all sections of the hospital, such as in room service, on the grill, on the steam table serving the customers,on the Fit&GO line,in the scullery doing pots&pans, cleaning tables, and filling napkins and replacing salt and pepper shakers.
SharePoint Admin (Former Employee), Washington, DC – August 22, 2012
Pros: on post gym
Cons: rigid time schedule
Working at Walter Reed as an HR Professional and a SharePoint Administrator I was exposed to very diverse situations and people. As with any work environment, the level of stress associated with the work correlates with the type of relationship that exist between co-workers and supervisors. I made some lifelong friends and gained knowledge and expertise – more... both personally and professionally that will help me succeed at any new position. For this I am grateful. – less
Air vac Technician (Current Employee), Ft Belvior VA – August 21, 2012
Pros: teamwork and enviroment
Cons: no advancement and job security
My position at my current job is ok.But right now there is no job security and advancement for myself.The team I work with are good as a team.I have learned about the DoD systems.My management is good to work for.My hardest part of my position seeing military personel injuried.I enjoy my schedule and teamwork that we have.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee), Washington, DC – July 6, 2012
Assist the pharmacist in receiving prescriptions, collecting patient information, and entering prescriptions into the computer; prepare prescriptions; out-patient pharmacy call enter, pharmacy refill line, call center
Clinical Nurse, Intensive OB (Former Employee), Washington, D.C. – June 19, 2012
Pros: a lot of continue education, inservices.
A typical day at work begins of the care of at least two patients. As an intensive care unit we receive patients from all world with different condition, either fetal condition or mother conditions. Able to interpretate fetal monitor and evaluate variations, mother monitor. Work with a lot of emotions, hard emotions. give emotional and spiritual support. – more... I have learned a lot because Walter Reed is a teaching hospital, work with students, interns, residents, learn while their learn. Excellent management , people on call in case of need. An excellent co-workers, compromise, responsible, as a soldier with figth for life, and on call 24 hours a day. We get along so well. The hardest part of the job, emotions, waiting for a sick baby, and try do the best, for mom, baby and family, Goal, healthy mom, healthy baby and healthy family, and no matter the circunstances try hard for life. The hardest part when the baby die, or mom die. The most enjoyable part of the job, the learn, the satisfaction of doing the best for the benefit of patient and go home with the satisfaction that you did the job that you have to do. Thanks God. – less