Social Worker, Sub Acute (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – June 15, 2018
Staff specially my supervisor were very professional and easy to work with them. Everybody were team player and supportive of each other. The work environment was intense and sometimes stressful but staff made it easy and by the end of the day goal was accomplished. the hardest part of the job was to say goodbye to patients by discharging them. The most enjoyable part of the job was giving feedback to the families and staff gathering at lunch time and birthday celebrations.
Healthcare IT (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – April 15, 2018
El Camino Hospital was a great experience. I enjoyed all the comradery within both the clinical and technical teams that I was able to be apart of. The union environment guaranteed adequate nursing ratios and fair wages.
Committed healthcare and ongoing improvements to existing infrastructure
Project Engineer (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – April 14, 2018
-Professional work culture -Knowledgeable peers and PMs -Communication is vital in daily operations and management of projects -Learning new things about history of existing buildings and its systems -Juggling multiple activities while prioritizing
Magna Hospital with high level of professionalism and strong, collaborative, team effort.
ER Technician (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – March 21, 2018
A very supportive, positive work place environment. People are encouraged to continue their education. It's an ER, so the work environment is very fluid. We could have a slow period where people are joking around as we restock and finish up charting and suddenly switch into a very serious, fast paced mode. The best part and worst part of this job are connected. It is emotionally and physically demanding. Tough cases with positives outcomes help reinforce what we do. But there are those bad days that can really be tough on you. It's almost guaranteed that you will learn something new every day you work on the floor and be faced with at least one unique situation that forces you to think out of the box and collaborate as a team to resolve.
Competitive pay, technologically advanced, great upward mobility.
Patient Transporter (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – March 20, 2018
El Camino is a forward thinking hospital that stresses teamwork using culturally competent and holistic theories to serve a diverse community.
Management in my department was fair and followed policies and procedures. There are ways to communicate issues with human resources and unions to be a part of for bargaining. The vacation hours accrue generously and only get better at you attain more tenure.
Central Supply Technician (Current Employee) – Los Gatos, CA – March 20, 2018
Understaffed and extremely stressful while hazardous to your health. One person provides the job intended for three workers. It is a challenge to run to multiple departments at once when you are by yourself and they want you now.
Located at three minute drive from home
Very short breaks, understaffed, very busy and heavy workload
People are great but managers don’t care about there workers
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – February 8, 2018
It’s all about how much money the company can make Company doesn’t care about there employees they work you to the ground .your supervisor are not professional they talk to your coworkers about you saying they’re not gonna give you a good recommendation Supervisors give you attitude if you call in sick or if you can do overtime.too much gossip from supervisors .there are always getting new directors or CEOs they waste a lot of money on repairing things that do not need fixing .
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – January 13, 2018
nice place to work, current travel nurse and Provide companionship and emotional support to the elderly; maintain the privacy and comfort of patients; transport clients to doctors’ offices, hospitals and groceries; provide explanations of care.