Receptionist (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 24, 2018
I work night shift for Labor and delivery and I have been a secretary here for 4 yrs now. I love what I do and love the night crew that I work with. It can be very busy and things can get crazy but my night crew is amazing at working together and being a team.
DIETARY OFFICE MANAGER/DIETITIAN (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – January 26, 2018
A hospital great place to work with room for advancement started out on the food service line, and ended up in management and the dietary office. I also did my internship there in the radiology department.
Charge Nurse/Staff Nurse Level II (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 18, 2018
This is a great hospital. It is staffed adequately. It is very busy. It is a challenging job and can be stressful due to the high acuity of patients. It requires a high level of critical thinking skills.
Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bellingham, WA – January 15, 2018
After transitioning to EHR, my position became obsolete. Wages were not fair. Very poor, if any, raises. People working years less then me were making around 2 dollars more than I. Most enjoyable part was coworkers that I worked with.
woked with unit of people that were at the time like family
Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – January 15, 2018
I was persuaded by friends to join another facility in town instead of go back to ST Joseph, but all in all a good facility. A day there was fast paced and challenging, but I like the acuity of patients.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – January 9, 2018
As a new employee it was good at the beginning. As time went on not so much. The manager at my particular department was not helpful or supportive to me and always found reasons of what I was doing wrong. She was not open to show me ways to keep improving in my job. After a short period of time I left the company to find a better place to work.
Clinical Nurse (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – January 8, 2018
Lack of advancement, horrible culture, always out of ratio, never a lunch break, mandatory float to untrained areas, slammed with patients, MD's yelling at staff, MD refused to come assess critical patients. Supervisor refuses to come out of office to assist nurses on floor