Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – July 18, 2018
The team was standout. Good nurses and doctors providing a good culture that treated patients well. High patient acuity, but there were resources and staff to deal with the high volumes and sick patients.
MRI Coordinator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 18, 2018
St. Joseph is the Best Hospital to work for in the Valley. The whole entire Staff is phenomenal. The environment is very Professional and Friendly. I would recommend this Hospital to family and Friends.
I have been employed 10 years and have enjoyed my time here. The employees and management do a great job providing satisfactory patient care. There are always cons to a place but none that would make me voluntarily leave .
Student Nurse / Clinical Rotations (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 16, 2018
Great clinical experiences, all staff was helpful and supportive. I was able to gain experience in L&D and medical surgical where all of the nurses were welcoming and taught me a lot in the short time I was there.
Pulmonary Patient Support Technician (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL 33607 – July 12, 2018
On a typical day at work, I come in with a good attitude and a smile on my face. I learned that each day is a whole new experience. The management was organized. In the workplace it is very diverse. It taught me to feel comfortable with different races, cultures and religions other than my own. The hardest part of the job was seeing other patients and families suffering. I tried to do the best I can. The most enjoyable and comforting part of the job was when I would comfort and heal patients.
Coordinator/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – July 10, 2018
I worked for st. JOE'S FOR 15 YEARS The changes I have seen are dollar oriented, not employee oriented. I get the bottom dollar, but there needs to be balanced. I felt that my time and input was in important when I became part of the management team in 2007, now I do not feel that way. New management in my department has left me with a very bad taste in my mouth, I feel that I have been undermined and did not have the backing of my superiors. My hope is to GET OUT
Mental Health Counselor (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – June 22, 2018
The job as a mental health counselor and job coach was challenging for the individuals we work for. The job allowed the opportunity to network & use social media to find work for those with disability. This job gave me an opportunity to talk and speak with gate keepers and some Human Resource employee directly. We meaning as a job coach would provide support and on the job training for the individual working for the company. When a relationship between the employers and the job coach is in sync with each other along with individual is working beautifully then that is a successful. I also loved working in the residential houses as well for additionally income and to switch gears during the week.
the best seminars and food love to travel for work related events, The pay was good great hrs weekends off, & good benefits, The agency always were doing charitable events and walk. Lets say breast cancer for ex., and other great events in the community.
n/a always payed well great hrs maybe more upward mobility within the agency for me
The workplace was great, but management didn't keep their word for advancements. The most enjoyable part of the job was the building of patients confidence before medical testing. The hardest part of the job was dealing with irate patients due to the amount due for surgery or testing.
ED Pharmacy program coordinator (Current Employee) – Bethpage, NY – June 19, 2018
The place is friendly and progressive even though it is smaller than other hospitals I worked at. I was able to teach the staff and the clinical pharmacist there all the day to day operations with minimum difficulties.
PFS department always short staffed, no teamwork from management.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – June 15, 2018
Register ER patients, answer phones for the whole hospital, reports. Learned medical terminology Management is always on a pedestal with no concern for their teams or other employees. Working double shifts 16hrs when on call Meeting people from all walks of life.
No time for breaks on the afternoon/midnight shift.