Out Patient Registrar (Former Employee) – Attleboro, MA 02703 – July 19, 2018
Working in the Hospital Registration your given the opportunity to "wear many hats". My time there was an excellent learning experience. Sturdy is a small community hospital and has continued to grow along with the population.
Observation Aide (Current Employee) – Attleboro, MA – August 1, 2018
• Monitor patients for safety while documenting all events during shift • Repositioning patients every two hours to ensure adequate circulation • Assisting patients to and from restroom when at all possibly
Clerk Phlebotomist/Central Processor/ CytologyTech (Former Employee) – Attleboro, MA – July 14, 2018
Sturdy Memorial Hospital is one of the best places I've ever worked for. I've been to many hospitals as a patient along with volunteering my services. Sturdy memorial in my opinion ranks within the top 10.
Financial Analyst (Budget & Reimbursement) (Former Employee) – Attleboro, MA – July 3, 2018
Sturdy Memorial Hospital was a great place to work. I think it's ideal for parents who need a full time income, but don't want to take work home with them. You will make a competitive salary, but you will typically be able to leave your work behind, if you prefer a "job" to a "career", per say.
Clinical Medical Secretary (Current Employee) – Attleboro, MA – June 27, 2018
The job is unnecessarily stressful. Programs could be more updated to make preauthorizations and other functions more time efficient, use of less paper trails would save time. Added staffing where needed (instead of loading current employees with added responsibilities) would be prudent. Staff in my department, and most others too, are very nice... good sense of teamwork.
Good people, good salary, good benefits
High stress, better management practices, better software updates
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Attleboro, MA – April 4, 2018
A typical day on the labor and delivery unit included working with the laboring couple, supporting the young family through birth, the post postpartum period and care of their newborn baby. This family centered approach was filled with many facets of nursing care for the new or expanding family. The workplace culture is very supportive of both the nurse in her work and collaboration to meet the families' needs The hardest part of the job was rotating to the night shift :) The best part of this job was the incredible satisfaction in watching the new or growing family become confident in the care of the new Mom and the family's newborn care.
Patient Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Attleboro, MA – February 6, 2018
Madonna Manor and sturdy memorial hospital have been both of my most enjoyable jobs ever. There I learned the love and dedication I have by helping others in need. At Madonna Manor mostly with elders. My favorite thing to do. Is like going back in time helping this innocent people in all their needs like bathing, feeding, transferring from bed to chair. Personal care and more. And sturdy memorial hospital is almost the same but with all king of ages individuals including other shores like cpr, ekg, assisting nurses in other areas that I never done before and I enjoying doing now. Love to learn something new all the time and that opportunity I have founded at sturdy hospital and I'm very grateful for that.
RN (Current Employee) – Attleboro, MA – November 27, 2017
I joined the LDRP staff at this hospital and I am very impressed with the fluidity they provide in care. It is overall an excellent place to work. It is well run and staffed with friendly and helpful and knowledgeable staff. Love it!
A work place that gave me a great deal of satisfaction.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Attleboro, Mass – June 2, 2017
Sturdy Memorial Hospital was my favorite job. It gave me satisfaction knowing I was providing help to patients in need. It taught me a great deal about the care of others. Always keeping their feelings and emotions as a priority.
Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Attleboro, MA – April 22, 2017
Feared my license on a daily basis.Typical day at work involves working severely short staffed and expected to be charge of floor while preceptor to a new grad, an assignment of your own and the rest of the staff is all new grads. No strength at all. Management will block career advancements and coddle the staff.
its like being in high school, staff tattle and make up stuff about other staff.