Part Time Staff Radiographer (Former Employee) – Bridgeport, CT – June 13, 2019
St Vincents was a nice place to work. The radiology department is friendly. The workload doesn't meet the pay grade. It is generally very busy at all times, and pays less than other jobs I have been at that do less work.
Registered Nurse, float department (Current Employee) – Bridgeport, CT – April 13, 2019
-Nurses are very supportive of each other, -management is great. -I have learned a lot, I still have a lot to learn. -the hardest part of the job is going to different units on a daily basis -the most enjoyable is nurses rely on each other.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – April 8, 2019
I really enjoyed working with St. Vincent's once I got to a place that I absolutely loved in the hospital. It makes you see how great the overall ministry really is and I have really enjoyed my time there.
Clinical Support Associate (Former Employee) – Bridgeport, CT – March 21, 2019
I truly enjoyed working nights at ST. Vincents all the night staff was very nice to me when ever I could not figure out a doctors hand written order the nurses would help me even if that meant calling the doctor at 2:00 am to help me figure out what the order said instead telling me wait until 6am then I will call the doctor for you. I learned that it is always good be good to other people and they will be good to you and to be a great team player. we also had great night nursing supervisors that would always bring us snacks in. I like that no matter what department I worked in everyone was so loving and kind to me.The hardest part of my job was getting to know a patient then all sudden that patient dies it was always so hard to lose a pt. The most thing that I Loved about my Job was knowing that I helping people in need of help.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Lincoln, AL – February 6, 2019
The nurse manager there is a lunatic. If you’re not her friend then she fires you. If you don’t tail on everybody in the facility she fires you. If you’re friends with people she doesn’t like she fires you. Run!!!!!
I have been a security officer at this site for 7 months. I only work there part-time on the weekend, so I still enjoy it. Each weekend is different because patients are admitted and discharged daily so there are always different personalities to encounter. If you are looking for a challenging and ever changing environment then this is the place to work.
Breaks are mandatory, but you technically work through them
The variety of surgical services is wide. There is great encouragement to learn as much as possible. I am typically very busy every work day. The amount of cases I have varies on the surgical service I am assigned to day-to-day.
It was very scary how unorganized IT at a hospital was. Job description that I was giving by the recruiter was not that same as what was done at the job. The team lead was never at the location and was very difficult to get a hold of when you needed him. Possibilities of being hired on full time was very low. No reason to stay.
Lack of orgainzation, Inconsistent job responsibilities
The catholic organization is a great place to work, always putting patient needs above the dollar. Flexible shifts, great tuition reimbursement program that encourages employees to further their education.