I greeted patients with a smile and made them feel cared about.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – McMinnville, OR – August 26, 2015
I loved working the front desk in a medical office. I got to use my skills and knowledge I learned in college and also apply my soft skills of listening and communicating in a caring manor. I would answer the phone, make appointments, take detailed messages, return calls, prior authorizations and cover the back office whenever it was necessary. I loved my coworkers.
Administrative Support (Former Employee) – McMinnville,OR – January 8, 2017
This was the worst work environment ever. Very unprofessional,unskilled,and uneducated for Management position personnel and Human Resources Department. Management personnel are deceitful and dishonest Management undernines staff and pits staff against one another Toxic work environment Understaffed and low pay If you are a healthy person, run from this place!
Small community medical center with very helpful and understanding coworkers.
Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) – McMinnville, OR – July 27, 2015
A typical day was preparing for surgical procedures by setting up the OR suite with the help of other members of the OR staff. Everyone was always very helpful in getting the job done on a daily basis. The hardest part of the job is having to stand most of the day for the job. The management was understanding and willing to work with you if you needed time off or other considerations of any kind. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the doctors and the staff they made the days and sometimes the nights go by faster, always working closely with you to make sure that the outcome for the patients was positive.
Telemetry Tech/Ward Clerk (Former Employee) – McMinnville, OR – April 23, 2015
The 3rd floor supervisor that I worked under was the best supervisor I have ever had. Very attentive and helpful and willing to jump in when needed and always inquiring how she could improve your work space or efficiency. The job itself was always interesting and challenging, interpreting heart rhythms and alerting nurses and doctors to rhythm changes for up to 24 patients.
Floor (Former Employee) – McMinnville, OR – February 12, 2014
12 hour day shift, patient assessments and documentation of assessment. Keep MD updated of any changes. resusitation if needed. I learned to be very organized and not get frustrated with the constant changes that can occur in the hospital setting. The CEO took the time to know each employees name no matter what department or shift they worked. Most of the co-workers were awesome to work with helpful when possible. The hardest part of the job was the unpredictable day. However this was also the most enjoyable part.
Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – McMinnville, OR – November 8, 2013
I love working in all the departments in the hospital (ER, ICU, In-Patient, Out-Patient, Nursery). I liked working with patients of all ages. Anything I could do to make their experience go smoothly & help make them feel better was a plus. The hardest part was losing a patient. I had so many great co-workers that made the day fun yet very informative. I learned so much from so many people.
Every day was a learning experience
Personalities of some co-workers didn't always mesh well.
Until Management restructuring one of my most productive experiences.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – McMinnville, OR – January 11, 2013
This was a very good job, working with people that were trained and took pride in their jobs, and were always willing to pull together to do the job correctly. Management restructuring doomed most of this to drop off, so I moved on.
steady schedule and flexability
excellent healthcare, a good team and support from upper level management