Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – San Ramon, CA – May 4, 2018
Nice working environment.. A great place to begin a career and learn great techniques for your future job. The staffs are great and very helpful too. They go above and beyond, to put a smile on their patients face.
Respiratory Therapist Supervisor, RRT (Current Employee) – San Ramon, CA – February 27, 2018
I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience at San Ramon. It's not a perfect place to work, there are issues as with any place. My manager, is supportive of me and my co-workers. A typical day at work can be a mixed bag. We are a small hospital, about 132. Staffing in our dept. is based on the census and how many Ventilators, and treatments there are for the shift. If we are staffed for the minimum and extra things come up like new intubations, bronchoscopies, etc, it really throws staffing off. Because we are a small dept., our therapists are highly trained and independent. The most enjoyable part of my job is interacting with patients, and staff. I love to provide education for my patients and their families.
Staff Nurse - LDRP (Former Employee) – San Ramon, CA – November 21, 2017
This is a low risk, usually relaxed place to work. Labor patients are usually 1:1, postpartum mom/baby couplets usually 2-3:1. Like any FBC, there are busy days and slow days. Management would help with patient care on busy days when needed.
supervisor, Patient Access, Emergency Department (Current Employee) – San Ramon, CA 94583 – May 12, 2017
Close team environment. Goal driven. Management takes time to train and encourage the team's success. Great benefits and pay. Only criticism is the facility needs to invest more in updated office equipment.
ICU Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – San Ramon, CA – June 23, 2016
I learned what it took to be a great ICU nurse.. a typical day at work was multi-tasking, makiing the nursing assignments, working the floors with the nurses, problem solving, getting to know and developing rapports with the doctors and being involved with different organaziotins and commities. the hardest part of the job was being young and proving myself as a knowlegable nurse who could be there for staff and be a team player. that all fell into place soon enough and that was the best part of the job.