I enjoy working at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. I have been there for almost 5 years and I have witnessed and participated in a lot of the development growth. Its also rewarding to know that your ultimate mission is to support our wounded warriors as they made the sacrifice to service our Country.
Training and continued development is encouraged
I want to utlize more of the training and skills that I've learned from PMI framework.
Corpsman (Current Employee) – Bethesda, MD – December 9, 2015
Walter Reed is a medical facility. On a typical work day, all and most employees both civilians and military arrive at 0700.We see a minimum of 20 patients per day. Most of our patients are outpatients who come to this specific facility( National Intrepid Center of Excellence)for a 4 week physical and psychological evaluation and treatment program.
Management Analyst, Resource Management (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 2, 2015
So the actual Department I worked in was great, the Contractor was the issue. while they did pay well, their communication with direct department heads was horrible. To many contradictions when it came to job descriptions and direction of positions. Some of this may have been due to the impending closure and bidding wars, however it could have been handled much more professionally..
Great pay and benefits plus OT.
Communication between management and contractor needs work.
WRNMMC is a great place to work. This is a hospital where there is opportunity to gain a lot of experience in one's chosen healthcare profession. There is alway seminars and training going on that anyone can attend.
Opportunity to gain a lot of experience
in the midst of a merger things are constantly changing
NIce place to work. Had positive feedback from all customers. Learned a lot from my co-workers here. Was able to use my skills and knowledge here effectively and to my advantage. Management was very good here.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 13, 2015
I absolutely loved working there. Sad that the center closed their doors for good last year. I would help the injured soldiers in my crew to eat, do daily activities, and to shower, as well as help to doctor appointments and give oral medication as prescribed. I was my own manager which was great. My co - workers all had a huge impact on my life. In order to have this job you must be have a great smile on your face, and have a strong work ethic as well as personality. The hardest part of the job was when, one of the men or women I helped would pass away or return back home somewhere far in the U.S. You become close when working with people like that everyday. The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing the soldiers smile. That made me know that I was doing my job the right way. These people are so down on themselves as it is, they need to smile as much as they can.
Medical Technologist (Current Employee) – Bethesda, MD – October 6, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management.Great,good,good,goood,gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood.
Executive Assistant - Human Resources Supervisor (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – October 3, 2015
Smart Management and smart co-workers have made Walter Reed Army Medical Center a proud place to advance your career. Being a part of a historcal base, that has cared for some of the most promoent memebers of the military, and presidents alike has made my career much more worth while,
Clinical Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Bethesda, MD – September 9, 2015
The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) is a fantastic place to work. The NICoE is a DoD facility that helps "heal the invisible wounds of war." I work as a clinical research assistant in the Neuroimaging Department and aid in the organization and conduction of neuroimaging studies. My job is incredibly fulfilling, and I am always learning something new.