PATIENT CARE ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Melrose, IL – February 20, 2019
It is tough to get tuition reimbursement even though it is offered. You will work short staffed most of the time and you can only call off once or twice a year even if you have a doctors note and were very sick.
Phlebotomy and Specimen processing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – January 16, 2019
The hospital itself is nice yet it’s still stuck in The past and with all the new technology in regards to healthcare management is so opposed to change and the type of patient care is not conducive to the changing times.
Workersa re nice
Manager are not aware of the culture in which we live.
Radiology Technologist (Current Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – November 28, 2018
I don’t understand how we need to have our hours cut every day, when the hospital is building a new E.R. We barely get raises unless you think 2% is a good enough raise. I Don’t think so. They make you do two jobs for the salary of 1 individual. And on top of that now cutting your hrs. It’s pretty bad when you work alone they expect you to clock out no lunch when you’re always on alert from the moment you clock in to the moment that you leave. Think twice before applying here.
Billing Supervisor (Former Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – October 31, 2018
I supervised a staff of 8 in the physician billing department. We were constantly busy with data entry, calling insurance companies, patients for account balances. Half of my day was spent helping staff and the other half was analyzing the reports run each day to ensure each patient's insurance was paid prior to billing the patient himself. The hardest part of the job was dealing with management and HR. The HR department was not very helpful in fulfilling the needs of the employee. I worked at home also after my regular shift. I really enjoyed the work and enjoyed helping people and staff.
Working as an part time temporary assistant chaplain was satisfying for me professionally.
part-time assistant chaplain, I met (Former Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – May 16, 2018
A typical day at work included visiting all new patients in the hospital and offering chaplain services as required by patients and family. I also visited patients who had requested a meeting with a chaplain and those in crisis situations, including patients in ICU and the ED. I learned to listen and provide a supportive, caring environment for all patients and families.
Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – May 9, 2018
My typical day at work was very busy, it was fast paced. I learned everything there was to learn about being a successful Unit Secretary and a CNA. Management at Gottlieb was great. The hardest part of my job was leaving the patients and their family members at the end of my shift. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with the senior citizen patients.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 16, 2017
When I worked here we gathered for our shift we did our group huddles then we got our carts together then we go off and get our day started we did discharges and we all had our own personal areas we tended to so we did our work areas which included doctors offices labs bathrooms etc. you learned different things here everyday we were always getting prepared for a different task we learned everybody's schedule including our professional buildings schedule the hardest part was trying to do discharges and attempt to clean our areas in a timely fashion the bets part we all worked as a team there and got the job done no matter what but overall it was bearable to work there
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – November 16, 2017
A disorganized hospital with poor resources. When I was hired I felt lied too about the position and the newly hired manager was unsupportive as was HR. It seemed that when this hospital was acquired by Loyola that the merger was not a happy one. My preceptor was horrible and left me on my own with no support. Sadly, this is a person representing the hospital. I left after 5 months and went to back to my previous and professional employer and it is was the best decision I made.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – September 25, 2017
Very busy, very face paced the time goes fast. You meet so many nice people, I learned a lot from the nurses. you bath people answer call lights to see what people need. help to bathroom, asst. with all there needs.