Trauma/Emergency Department Supervisor (Former Employee) – Scranton, PA 18510 – June 19, 2018
As an Emergency Nurse I can say that this was the single best job I ever had. Outstanding ED leadership, collaborative team, variety of patients, trauma center with exceptional trauma team. Work was extremely demanding but if you love what you do, this is where to do it.
For a small Community Hospital it has high standards
Surgery Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Toms River, NJ – June 10, 2018
Full time Peri- Op Educator Large break room for staff Not enough staff to cover in-services and in- house ed. classes close to commute in Ocean County, NJ Has 8, 10, and 12 hour shifts. Do not question management, but at least you have labor laws in NJ to protect you.
Competitive salaries, varied shifts, part of a large healthcare affiliate merge system
Frequent management change and inconsistency, favors Filipino Nurses
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Missoula, MT – June 6, 2018
This is a very high paced place to work. There are some great people that work there. The best part of my job is the customers. The hardest part of my job is there is a lot to do and not enough time to get it all done.
Have to pay for your lunches with a small discount
Registered Nurse (RN) (Current Employee) – Toms River, NJ – June 3, 2018
I have worked for the hospital for over twelve years. I have grown so much and it allowed mw to go to school to further my career in the medical field. they are supportive of anyone who wants to go to school and offer tuition reimbursement.
Lead Rehab Therapist (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – May 19, 2018
I enjoyed my 14 years at Community and will sad to see it close. Great teamwork with a multidisciplinary team. Diverse programming and was in the process of growing new programs. Very proud to be a primary therapist in the only Postpartum inpatient unit in the West Coast.
Ultrasound Technologist (Former Employee) – Toms River, NJ – May 9, 2018
lots of favoritism. A women said she wanted my hour because she was part-time and I was full. next thing i know she has a complaint against me for yelling at her .she said i was waiving my arms around. excuse me I'm Italian and talk with my hands. I never yelled at her and her witness was not there but at lunch. I had witnesses state that the woman was at lunch with them, but nobody interviewed them
RN- Unit Based Staff Educator (Former Employee) – Scranton, PA – March 11, 2018
Worked at CMC for 17+ yrs. Starting on a 10:30a - 7pm shift in Labor and Delivery and changing over the years from 3-11, 7-3, voluntary on call night shift and 8 - 4;30 as the Unit Nurse Educator. My experiences at this facility were extensive, ranging from triage monitoring/ testing discharge and admission of low risk labor and delivery patients as well as extremely high risk labor and delivery patients. Assisted in several hundred deliveries. I performed OR scrub nurse duties that would include scheduled as well as emergency Cesarean Section deliveries, and rarely emergent hysterectomy. My duties over the years included precepting new nurses, skills validation for staff members, development and evaluation of New Employee Orientation program, education and instruction of new central monitoring systems for all staff.Worked closely with unit manager(s), physicians and other members of the health care team (respiratory therapy, anesthesia, NICU, nursery, maternity) departments. Participated in Unit Quality Improvement, and hospital wide Quality Improvement, Patient Advisory, and Policy and Procedure Committees. The unit staff ancillary employees and physicians trusted each other and worked well together on all shifts. The most enjoyable part of the job was experiencing a life changing event in the lives of my patients even when the outcome was not favorable.
Improving the education of Staff Nurses, Experiencing the life changing event of childbirth with families
up to 16 hr days, working weekends, missing family events, holidays, multiple mgmt changes
Fast paced work environment that challenged my skills.
Post Anesthesia Care Unit Nurse (Former Employee) – Missoula, MT – February 27, 2018
On average I would care for 6 patients. I learned a lot about recovery of OB patients, a new experience for me. The core staff was extremely supportive and helpful. The nurse manager was also supportive and allowed us to self manage. The hardest part of the job was the call shifts but that has been resolved. I enjoyed my coworkers a great deal.
plenty of time for continuing education
Continued to rely on nurses for transport of patients even with overflow.