Fitness Specialist/Mobility Trainer (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – April 26, 2017
Good place to work, but difficult to get working hours. The management is very competent and understanding of various life circumstances. While I have enjoyed my time here, I would not try to make a career at this facility.
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – April 15, 2017
An typical day is usually when everyone is there and is doing there job, and I have learned to use time management in my job or in school or life. The management is okay, they just need a lot of help and the turnover rate is bad. The work place culture is great, no one really likes the job but we put up with so much of management curve balls. The hardest part about the job is when the supervisor do not listen to you and blow what you just said off. But the most enjoyable part is the people I work around and knowing that we feed sick people, even though nurses do not feed them as soon as we deliver the food.
Medical Records (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – April 9, 2017
A busy work space and at times it could be stressful. Taught well at both jobs. The hardest part of the job of a cna was when a patient died. The workers at both jobs had strong relationships with each other.
Cardiology Assistant (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – December 12, 2016
One of the most stressful jobs ive ever had. The shifts are 12 hours and the workload changes from week to week. Alot is expected of you. Alot of cattyness, and drama between coworkers. Management is disorganized and the health insurance took pretty much half of my checks.
Operating Room Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – November 29, 2016
WRMC Operating room is hard to work in, challenging, I have learned a lot in my time there. Management and leadership are not all they appear to be on first impression. OR staff are a different and rare bread.
minimal breaks during long shifts, short staffed in evenings, required call
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR 72703 – July 16, 2016
I cleaned the rooms at the hospital on one single floor. It was simple, easy. The hard part was when someone had something really bad wrong with them, then I had to completely dress up and clean everything in the room even walls.
interpreter (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – February 27, 2016
Although my time at this company was short I did enjoy working here. i was able to learn new things in the medical field and enjoyed being able to assist important medical staff in helping and caring for my fellow Marshallese patients. I was unprepared when taking on this job which led me not to perform by best. if given an second chance I would certainly do better.
Security Manager (Former Employee) – 3215 NorthHills Blvd Fayetteville, AR – September 1, 2015
Managing badge access control systems. Meeting with contractors to accomplish security measures. Managing digital security video systems. Developing security policies. Attending Emergency Operation drills. I was fortunate to have a close knit team that helped accomplish goals.Managing capital & operational budgets yearly.
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT - Critical Care Unit (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – July 27, 2015
I was told that when i applied and got the job offer that i would be able to go part time when i start college. When i let the boss know 2 months in advance that i would be starting school they told me that they would not let me go part time. They don't work with your school schedule what so ever.
Dialysis Tech (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – April 27, 2015
There is excellent training, great co workers. A typical day was stringing machines, accessing fistulas and grafts, vital signs, charting, cleaning equipment... The hardest part was bending over the chairs for accessing, holding pressure and keep patient turnaround time in 15 minutes. Enjoyed being with the patients
Productive Work Place with a lot of learning experience
PBX Switchboard Operator (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – March 20, 2015
A typical day for myself as a full time college student was an 8 hour shifts Saturday and Sunday and more working hours during school breaks. I went through a fast pace training session with a senior operator and learned the ropes of handling incoming and outgoing calls as well as how to handle requests of in house staff. My coworkers were nice for the most part. The hardest part of the job was being stuck in the same spot for long periods of time, some days were busy some were slow. Most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with.
RN, Cardiology/Telemetry/Progressive Step (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – December 29, 2014
I worked Cardiology for 8 months. I probably should have started as Med-Surg, but once they hire you, they don't allow you to transfer until 18 months, so if the unit you get hired for is not a good fit, you either tough it out, leave, or get fired. Overall great staff and resources. It felt good to be a part of a cohesive care team. 12 hour night shifts are hard, especially on me.