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RADIOLOGY FRONT OFFICE ASST. MANAGER (Former Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – April 22, 2018
Nice people work here, it's more of a family than a company. Very caring. The work place is always clean, the people are nice. And the benefits that are offer by the company is very good also. Really enjoyed working for this company.
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Very fast paced and serious enviroment
Telemetry technician (Current Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – April 1, 2018
I enjoy being a caregiver for the Ill population. Provide personal care and monitor their heart rhythms. I work in a fast paced progressive care unit, were I care for and monitor up to 40 patients at one time.
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I love the people I work with
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – November 4, 2017
The hospital is a great place, we always have interesting patients. I love working nights. The employees get along real good. Our benefits are also great.
Director of Progressive Care Unit / Telemetry (Former Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – December 27, 2016
I enjoyed my many years of working there and in working with the CNO. Very professional atmosphere with the ability to make a difference. Folks seem to migrate to the hospital and live on the Island. All types of patients. HR is excellent in helping to troubleshoot issues and in thinking outside the box to help resolve staffing issues.
RN Circulator (Former Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – May 24, 2016
There was plenty of work to do with general, orthopedics, heart, urology, plastics,spine specialists, and GYN services. Nice people and enjoyable to work with most of the time.Because such a small hospital not enough people to share call.
nice people and interesting work
call for all specialties except hearts was overwhelming at times
Hilton Head Hospital (Former Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – June 18, 2015
In Pt Access there are patients coming in constantly throughout the day either for Outpatient testing, PreOp testing or Surgical procedures. Hard parts were when patients were directed from their physician to come over immediately for preop testing, outpatient procedures or surgery & to call the insurance to verify benefits & see if authorization is required all prior to pt being seen could be challenging. Coworkers were helpful & it made for a teamwork environment.
Caring, Compassionate, HIPAA and Compliance Training.
ER Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – September 23, 2013
Responsible for organizing and taking apart of patients chart upon admit and discharge, filing/data entry of lab tests, x-ray disc export, diagnostic results, HIPAA compliance, accurate and legible reports, detail oriented and able to multi-task at all times. Duties include consistent demonstration of professional conduct and ethical practice in the clinical setting with all members of the care team. In addition; compassionate often the first person that may interact with patient and family members. Responsible for paging physicians, EMS dispatch, sending faxes, making copies, ordering supplies for the unit, facility and bio-med work orders, retrieve patient medical history, entering doctor’s written/verbal orders and diets proficiently, answering and routing telephone calls.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – September 2, 2012
A Tenet facility that is pushed to increase the bottom line at any cost which often means it's at the expense of the nursing staff - high nurse patient ratio when census increases and being flexed off when census decreases still creating an increased nurse patient ratio. the hospital is ruled by the HR department with little recourse for the nursing directors.
progressive small hospital with aa equally progressive medical staff.
low end of salary scale, promotions not necessarily to the most qualified candidate, personal favoritism often dictates opportunities.