Technical Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, PA – February 16, 2018
a typical work day was continue to work on what was assigned i learned alot about teamwork my immediate management team was very good upper management not so good hardest part of job was being pigeon holed most enjoyable part of the job was my immediate co-workers
Very fast paced working with large diversified group of technologists
Medical Technologist-Generalist (Current Employee) – Washington, PA – January 3, 2018
Washington Hospital is a facility that handles many outreach facilities as well as a large inpatient population allowing the laboratory to function in the black. The laboratory is large,quick paces and I still work there utilizing my skills in all areas of the clinical lab.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, PA – November 15, 2017
Poor Management - all the way to the top level. Patients are just "numbers" and the most important thing to the management team is who is making what mistakes and how much money comes through the door. Staff members are cut-throat and forget bathroom breaks!
very fast paced and i thought at times it was cut throught
Registered Nurse on Medical/Surgical Unit (Former Employee) – Washington, PA – September 12, 2017
punch in..get bedside reporting from outgoing nurse. took assessment of your patients while giving med and keeping up with new orders. i learned to keep one step a head of yourself managment team did fully grasp what staff nurse did on daily basis. workplace culture depended on the day and who you worked with.that day. the hardest part of the job was just keeping up with all the the new things especially if you had a critical paitend or a confused pt, The most enjoyable part of the jos was making a change in someone life or someone parents life.
CNA (Former Employee) – Washington, PA – May 1, 2017
Great patient care, along with amazing benefits. Is a very clean establishmentioned with very educational workers who care about great deal about their patients and coworkers as well. Good place to work to get more hands on experience. Leaves a lot of job opportunities available and easy quick ways to transfer
Get free lunch if seen doing a job above and beyond
Hard to get the first time in if any emergencies happen your out of luck no option but to lose job
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, PA – March 20, 2017
As a nursing assistant, I assist nurses in washing, transporting, and sitting with patients. When not working with patients I had to clean and stock rooms. As a network technician I was tier I level support and help stock and repair printers
CT Technologist (Current Employee) – Washington, PA – February 12, 2017
not a terrible place to work. pay is great. people are not bad to work with. opportunity for advancement is pretty easy. only con is it's hard to get into due to them having a radiology program in the hospital
Cook (Former Employee) – Washington, PA – January 24, 2017
cooked all menu items for 300 bed hospital dietary... time management...management was supportive...culture was good, only 16-32 hours a week until you got a full time bid... cooking with a great staff....
It's easy work but when the company downsized employees were given more work for the same pay. My GM is wonderful and really takes an interest in his employees and honestly is why I've stayed around as long as I have. My only gripe really is with the corporate level. Any of the in-store management I've worked with has been amazing.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Washington, PA – October 13, 2016
Office manager very unfair with employees. Showed favortism to certain employees. Very noticeable by the the majority of the staff. Reported numerous times and nothing was done to take care of the problem. Physicians can not change anything due to being ran by the hospital. The physicians were very understanding and enjoyable to work for. The majority of the staff was very enjoyable to work with. Very high turnover with this office.
STAY AWAY! Horrible management. Punitive is an understatement! If you need a supervisor on night shift good luck. It's usually a random staff member with a patient load with a cell phone they never answer. Nursing director at Greene isn't even a nurse. 8 to 1 nurse ratio despite acuity most days. No support if you voice concerns. Union is weak and staff is overwhelmed. If you want to risk your license work here! Unsafe.