Wound Care Technician (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 28, 2018
I enjoyed working for RML. Admin/Management/Staff are humble and love what they do. I took a position with increased responsibility but the policies in place kept my pay lateral. I do not harbor negative thoughts or feelings for RML's policies but I do wish a revision could be made for those technical positions created by the company. Overall, RML is a great place!
Respiratory Care Practitioner (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 7, 2018
A typical day would include general duties of a staff Respiratory Therapist. I learned quite a lot working at RML. The patients are complex and have multiple challenging diagnosis. Management is wonderful. RML cares about you and the patients. It is a little hospital family. It is a respiratory hospital so if you are a respiratory therapist you feel right at home. The workplace culture can be stressful as any hospital system is. Employees are welcoming. I enjoy making the patients smile and feel comfortable.
2nd Shift Staff Engineer (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 30, 2018
Checking the equipment on the computer for alarms that may have a cured before or doing my shift, walked my rounds for second check of the equipment visually, before starting PM's of equipment that was delegated to me from the first of the month, and can't forget of taking care of house calls through out my shift.
Staff level position (Former Employee) – Hinsdale, IL – March 9, 2018
RML is a great place to work. Some managers need to be replaced but overall, RML knows where they are going and have a lot of knowledge. You have staff that needs to be replaced that will make RML an even better place to work.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 1, 2018
Get your report from day shift and start my rounds taking vitals and accu checks making sure ekg leads are on and functioning properly. Performing bladder scans and providing oral care also cleaning the patient.
the nurses are willing to teach you things that you don't know
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Chicago Heights, IL – January 25, 2018
RML is a tough place to start for a new RN, and it takes time to begin to feel comfortable taking care of patients with multiple, serious comorbidities. However, most of the staff including clinical supervisor and manager are helpful and supportive.
clean, not as many admission/discharges as acute hospitals, learn solid clinical skills
heavy patient load on some days, not enough education provided to RN's
Patient Care Technician /Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Hinsdale, IL – November 18, 2017
A very nice place to work I have a lots of experience working for I would still be there if I had not move out of town, they provide a very comforted break area, I liked the way family member were treated well
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 14, 2017
Nice, durable and comfortable place to work if you enjoy dealing with patients, patients' relatives and Coworkers. A typical day at work is getting report from the Unit Secretary that is about to leave for the day, checking on the patients to be sure they are alright; doing the boards, filing, data entry, preparing MD Rounds, etc. The hardest part of my job is dealing with the pettiness from my Coworkers who like to keep up confusion between the staff. There is poor Management due to the fact that the Managers and Supervisors have tendency of covering up for each other when mistakes are made by the Nurses and each other. A good enjoyable part of the day/my job is when we have no Emergency Discharges, Rapid Responses, Code Blue or Deaths. This means that the patients are well taken care of and they are resting comfortable and pain free. Keeping my patients at ease and smiling is a good thing for me.
PATIENT ACCOUNT SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Hinsdale, IL – October 18, 2017
used to be a great place to work. Things were done to keep the employee moral up but they're not done anymore, at least not in my department. Non-clinical management are not skilled at their positions and don't offer any training. Multiple task are handed out in the afternoon in my department yet management expects you to have all of the answers for them by days end which is usually an hour 1/2 after giving us the task.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Hinsdale, IL – June 27, 2017
on my daily work I have learned in my 40years in health care to give all I have to be more compassion to values good customer service I look at my patients and family how treat other how you want to be treated. this saying goes far beyond simply being kind to people, or going out of your way to be available or helpful to those in need. I love how working in healthcare has forced me to become more confident, the hardest part there is nothing really hard about my job I find must a good communicational skills the most enjoyable part of the job; Getting the job done, so I can do whatever I can help out to be a team player
LTACH OT (Levels 1, 2 Intern) (Former Employee) – Hinsdale, IL – March 29, 2017
This was a wonderful educational experience. I felt that I was given the opportunity to grow and learn while also providing meaningful services to patients. I really enjoyed working with the rest of the staff and my Clinical Instructor was tough, but top notch.
patient care technician (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 22, 2015
overall this is a good place to start a learning foundation. i would recommend working at the hinsdale location. i wouldnt recommend this position for women who have problems lifting as this is 60% of the job.
Great mangemet, always sensitive to emploee concerns/issues. Very good Medical Staff.
Registered Nurse (RN) (Current Employee) – Hinsdale, IL – September 17, 2015
Regularl day includes: Huddle-begining of the shift, general info about patients on the whole unit. Then nursing report. Walking rounds, and additional info from reporting nurse, (great opportunity to check on received patients). Individual patients assessment. Then typical planning, implementing and evaluating rendered care. Followed by pertinent documentation in the medical record.