Emergency Room RN (Former Employee) – Chino, CA – May 23, 2018
I am so grateful to this organization for offer me an opportunity at my first nursing position. They boast spectacular leadership and new grad opportunities but the pay scale was not competitive in my experience.
Prime Healthcare is a great place to work. The people that I work with are very understanding. The hardest part of the job is that it is very physically demanding. The best part of the job is that I get to work at my own pace.
I.T. Technician (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – May 21, 2018
Working at Prime taught me a lot about corporate culture and being able to learn on the fly. The job entailed dealing with many healthcare professionals and their day to day IT issues. Involved a lot of problem solving and aptitude.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Port Huron, Mi – May 10, 2018
Small community hospital that uses the words “small” hospital to make employees work long hours one day, flex hours the next day, and made to feel replaceable. The turnover in this hospital is the highest turnover rate witnessed in my 30 years. Upper management is never present and never willing to hear from employees. This hospital needs a complete overhaul. Confidentiality, professionalism & doing what is best for the patient isn’t important. The money drives this hospital and will continue driving staff and patients away.
Practice Lead (Current Employee) – Michigan – May 10, 2018
Education and experience mean nothing. All about who you know and who likes you to advance. They made my receptionist manager the day after I left even though my providers and staff highly recommended me for the manager position.
ADMITTING MANAGER (Former Employee) – Garden Grove, CA – May 4, 2018
Enjoyed every minute of it. Enjoyed helping pt's with their financial needs by sending them to appropriate agencies.Learned different cultures. Made it fully staffed at all times to have a more efficient work flow..
I love working in the ER.I like the people I work with. I would still love to work at DRMC just moved far away because of family issues. They have great insurance, paid time off, sick pay, holiday pay,. they have a great retirement plan as well.
Certified Nurse Aid CNA (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 20, 2018
typical day at work would be taking vital signs 3 times a day asst patients with ADLs asst nurses transfer patients chart on hourly rounding. the hardest part of the job is when we are short staff and when there is no team support. the most enjoyable part of the job would be meeting my patients and working with them getting to know who they are as people.
Nurse Case Manager (Former Employee) – Woonsocket, RI 02895 – April 20, 2018
Challenge to balance Utilization Review and Patient Discharge Planning. Training was forced and minimal in order to cover a holiday and weekend coverage. Collegial respect from physicians was a challenge. Tasks were hindered by old equipment and old practices.