Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (Current Employee) – Saratoga Springs, NY – August 31, 2013
Saratoga Hospital is a great place to work. Everyone is friendly and for the most part easy to work with. All staff are approachable and eager to help you. I work a 71/2 hours a day in STR, acute and ortho . I see a variety of diagnosis. My treatment times range from 33 minutes for Medicaid to 15+ minutes for acute and ortho. I'm requires to use a computer for daily documentation - record of rehab, interim and discharge notes. My co-workers are wonderful. I often co-treat with PT or PTAs. The hardest part of my job are the long hours. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with patients who understand the process of recovery and see how far they have come with occupational therapy and thank me for helping them.
Wonderful Christmas party free for employees and can pay for guests, plus a box of good chocolates on Valentines Day
Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – wilton – March 20, 2018
I met its requirements, I more than met theirs. I worked fulltime for over two years, then went to a PerDiem status. Was traveling alot for family reasons back and forth to CO frequently. Administration was extremely cooperative, wanted to keep me on staff, accomodated me extensively. We had a great professional relationship!
Registered Nurse / Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 15, 2018
RN's work 12 hr shifts x2 for part time and x3 for full time. I would recommend the floor I currently work on. A RN can pick up extra hours if desired. I would not be leaving if I was not relocating. A typical day starts with bedside report , med pass, assessments, morning meeting. The rest of the day you chart more med passes, rounding ,then taking care of special needs specific to your patients and getting to know your patient. The end of your day is bedside report and charting.
Great staff support.
None that you would not see specific to this hospital