Glendale Adventist Medical Center Careers and Employment
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Treating the little old lady from Pasadena and other patients throughout the suburbs of sunny Southern California, Glendale Adventist Medical Center (GAMC) is a stalwart community member and part of Adventist Health, a group of about 20 hospitals and health care organizations in four western states. GAMC provides a range of specialty services including cancer treatment, cardiology, emergency medicine, neuroscience, home care, psychiatry, rehabilitation, and women's healthcare. The hospital also has its own hour-long television show called "Healthline" that focuses on local health care issues. The 515-bed hospital, founded in 1905 by the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, has more than 700 physicians on staff.
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12hr/day night shift
tough working nights but
enjoyed 4days off
The pay was ok but there is favoritism and some nursing assistant thats working there for awhile are lazy. They usually maxed out the ratio for nursesz
What is the best part of working at the company? Being away from the office out in the field working in communities helping people. Our offices were off site not at the hospital location. What is the most stressful part about working at the company? The department manager. Never a day went by when somebody didn't express the pain she inflicted on them. What is the work environment and culture like at the company? An email went forward that while walking around you should have eye contact and great ppeopke in hallways, patients and or employees. Have a pleasant look. It kind of work. I feel it was a message that needed to be repeated often to remind the employees. Greet people and show that love they r always speaking of. What is a typical day like for you at the company? Most days in the field working in the community. Generating or following leads to inform educate the community on specific topics.
A lot of mean spirited regular staff who huddle together to chat and push their unwanted work on others, i.e. float pool. All facilities have a lack of techs/nurse assistants. I thought it was just me but they are constantly hiring, unable to keep staff or management. Pay is good but after time you become way too unhappy with the work environment. It took too long to realize I deserve better.
Low staffing became the norm, yet expectations were still very high. Many staff experiencing burnout without any way of speaking out to be heard. The patient/family is always right, no matter how terribly you have been treated. The insurance changed and now its hard to find providers outside of the network. At a time of depression and high stress working with Covid patients during a pandemic, mental health access was so necessary yet practically non-existent. There are good people here. Hard workers with big hearts, but they deserve more than what they are getting. Cafeteria is expensive for not that great of food (except on sushi days). Even with an employee “discount”, its still a lot.
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