My typical day at work included rounding on patients in the morning and then managing these patients on a daily basis along with fellow colleagues. I enjoyed my time spent at University of Toledo, I felt it was a productive workplace accompanied by lot of opportunities to collaborate with my colleagues. It was a very busy hospital however this helped me to learn very fast on the job.
Very focused on seniority so new employees have very little options for advancement, time off requests and changing shifts. I was not able to tolerate working night shift and 8 year time wait for day shift.
Very high-paced, sometimes stressful working conditions.
Doctor (Former Employee) – Toledo Ohio – January 22, 2018
Very fast paced, very rewarding, and a good environment to work in. Some days were full of stress, some days were without stress. But each day was very fulfilling and one would leave their completely spent for the day. I would not have traded it for the world, but as one gets older the pace sometimes takes over.
Will discuss at lengths in a face to face conversation. Willing to answer questions via email. Experienced nurses are uniquely suited to this work due to their extensive knowledge of patient care, medical treatments and hospital procedures.
Opportunity to learn on a daily basis, especially working in the department I'm in. Due to my position it is very difficult to take earned vacation time. Because of this, I have lost over $10,000 in paid vacation time as they only allow you to earn 350 hours per year. Use it or lose it. They do not allow pay out for vacation time unless you are no longer employed.
healthcare coverage, dental/vision
unable to take vacation time I've earned, monetary loss of over $10, 000.00 within last 3 years. Also due to "affiliation" with Promedica locally, employment is uncertain
Confidential (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – August 28, 2017
I am happy here because I am lucky enough to work with a great team. Unfortunately not all departments are that way. I had a different position when I was hired and it was pretty terrible. I have been in my current role almost 2 years now and it is much better. I do not feel overworked and I am very happy with my management. We have a great group that seems to work very well together.
I work on the detox unit. It is very interesting. I have learned about detox, drug abuse, different type of illicit drugs.This has been a great experience for me. Staff is so helpful and is knowledgeable about their jobs.