Everyone is friendly, the management is top-notch.
The best part about working at medstar is the company culture. They do a great job of having orientations and parties for the employees and you really feel like a part of something bigger and better than just a out-patient clinic.
Clinical Pharmacist (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 7, 2018
MedStar has been a God send company! I finally found a company worth sticking around for until retirement. Management is amazing and understanding. The team dynamic is felt and everyone pitches in to help through the work day. When I first started I was greeted with smiles and welcomes. Training was amazing (and smooth), everyone was knowledgeable and willing to assist at any given time. My transition was very easy. I would recommend this job (and company) to anyone.
A typical day is reviewing order entry and patient profiles. Stress free environment.
Flexible schedule, Great benefits, Wonderful vacation time off
Clinical pharmacist/ IT Pharmacist (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 12, 2018
management sucks, wouldn't let you take any pto beyong 3 months, and won't tell you if your pto is approved until the schedule out. But the policy stated if pto not approved, you cannot book your trip or anything. Management won't help you staff even you have emergency, and will email you don't exempt yourself from working doesn't matter anything. Also, will expect you do something not in job description without paying you more.
You learn so much from working in a physical therapy office. Everyone is nice to one another most of the time and we all work together to make sure everyone is happy. This is the place you want to work in if you are interested in this field.
Rehabilitation Care Technician (Current Employee) – Washington/Metro, DC – June 5, 2018
For the most part, working at National Rehabilitaion Hospital has been a great experience. Overall, teamwork and respect between management, nurses and techs can improve. Considering the high physica work requirement for techs, it would also be helpful if the pay rate was increased for techs.
Short breaks, lack of team work, poor communication, lack of respect, low pay
Overall, I enjoyed my time working at Med Star NRH out-patient network. The benefits are good, and the employee's are very nice and helpful.We all worked as a team, we helped each other. My most enjoyable time was having lunch with some of my co-workers, they made me laugh. The hardest part of the job, we were short staff.
Very good benefits, and the people are very friendly.
PBX Operator - Call Center (Former Employee) – District of Columbia – May 2, 2018
I enjoyed working at this facility under an amazing Manager for the call center. She rewarded staff, provided lunch for us and kept an open line of communication with the operators at all times. Fixed any issues we had and held mandatory meetings each month. She was fair, professional, caring, and approachable for any matters that agents had. Great Job!... not enough hours or work.
Unit Clerk/CNA (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – March 28, 2018
Work begins at 7am-730pm you only get one 30mins of break throughout your 12hr shift. Most of the time we are short staffed then staff gets overloaded with lots of work. The salary isnt as good for the work load that is given.
Primary Care Nurse (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 6, 2018
As a nurse at this organization I gained the experience of multitasking and setting priorities. a typical day is patient care and assessment with daily team conferences. workplace was informal but faced paced. The hardest part of the job was to give each patient equal attention due to high demands of others.
Occupational therapy aide (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 13, 2018
Great place to learn and develop skills! Inpatient rehab management team did a great job supporting my academic and professional goals. Overall, i enjoyed my years working as an OT aide. I believe my experience at NRH played a huge role in my decision to go back to school for occupational therapy.