Hospitals policies and procedure need improvement.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – February 12, 2018
Extremely busy environment. Learned that management didn't always support the real issues effecting flow and processing techniques. Learned that the voices of the people working there were misunderstood, misinterpreted and not validated. The hardest part was dedicating hours of my time and not having management sharing the same goals to correct the real issues impacting all employees. The most enjoyable time was working on the Outpatient side and having a great team of people who cared about making a difference.
Registered Nurse, Emergency Department (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – February 3, 2018
In my many years here I saw a lot of changes occur. The management changed abruptly several years before I left which then caused changes in the way the department was managed, and not for the good in my opinion
Telemetry Unit - Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 4, 2018
There are a lot of clicks that make it hard for the new nurse to fit in. The night-shift had some staff that would only give support to their friends, and would leave the new nurse to flounder. If you can get past the amount of stress it causes, you might become part of that click.
Licensed Vocational Nurse (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – December 19, 2017
Transferred to all units of the hospital due to contract. Lot of support from the regular staff members and management. Very strong and friendly work environment. Facility offered strong continued education for all staff employees, in addition to providing weekly staff meetings.
Weekend Nuclear Medicine Technologist (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – December 12, 2017
Very busy place on the weekends, lots of flexing for technologist working full time. Pay rate is way below scale for per diem. Not many perks except for a free turkey for Thanksgiving and a Christmas party. Working practices are unsafe and management does not care. Very money oriented.
Volunteer Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – December 6, 2017
I helped with all the patients that attended. I checked them in, gotten there file ready to be seen by doctor. I: a) fax all information that need to be faxed b) filed c) answer phone calls/arrange appointments
Neonatal ICU (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – November 3, 2017
i enjoyed working the NICU in Riverside Community Hospital but management did not like my relationship with the OBGYN physicians as well with Neonatologists from the first week i worked there. why? I do not know but i think they felt threatned, whith my experience
Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – October 26, 2017
Fast paced facility to obtain good healthcare. The staff members are caring and supportive. There is never a dull day. Your workweek will fly by interaction of different cultures and disease processes.
Room Service Operator (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – September 16, 2017
There js people who have been their for longer than the new recruit, but when the new recruit is doing more work than the old folks its not fair. The old recruit are already confortable and dont want to keep up the pace of work so they take longer. They take advantage of the new and the managers favor them. Their is ALOT Of FaAvortism
Nurse Extern and Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – August 16, 2017
I was able to complete my nursing extern program at this hospital as well as be employed as a nursing assistant through nursing school. I value the time the organization invested in me and enjoyed working here.
Nurse Practitioner/ Registered Nurse First Assist (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – August 2, 2017
Hospital is growing. First class training hospital with residency program. The hospital is adding 200 beds and will have new rotation for medical students and residents. Leadership is invested in employees.
Clinical Care Extender Intern (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – July 26, 2017
As a Clinical Care Extender (CCE) volunteer, I was able to participate in patient care activities such as taking vital signs and learning how to hospital community system flowed. There was a good amount of departments to volunteer in.