linen attendant/ housekeeper (Former Employee) – Oroville, CA – December 26, 2013
day to day hospital life is never easy. sometimes you can get stressed out before your shift even stars. luckily oroville hospital was a place where you never felt alone. i could always call on co workers for help and my supervisor was there to encourage and guide as needed. the most important moment of my life happened there, the birth of my son, so i was able to experience being both the employee and patient side of things. i learned compassion for those in need, patience and that people will always surprise you. the hardest part of my job was realizing that the sounds you hear are from people, the smells and messes, all from people, and we are all the same and deserve the best treatment from all who play a part in our life
Medical Social Worker / Counselor (Former Employee) – Oroville, CA – March 21, 2018
A typical work day was treating 10-16 patients in a counseling session. Providing them with support, guidance, and resources. Workplace lacked supervision and leadership. The entire Clinic Management team was fired.