Excellent positive work environment with something new to learn everyday
Registration Clerk/Bookings Clerk (Former Employee), Diagnostic Imaging Department – May 12, 2015
Pros: Many areas for growth, lots of interaction with people, my skills were utilized every day.
Cons: Sometimes can have long hours, or long hours of sitting during the day.
Excellent working environment. All the staff had a very positive attitude and were very welcoming. This position exceeded my expectations and I learned many new skills as well as perfected some current – more... skills.
Hardest part of the job was getting into the routine of everyday tasks, however after a few days of being in the position I quickly picked up my routine.
Most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with all the different patients and being able to provide excellent service to them and know that they were satisfied. – less
Highly efficient and tightly knit group of professionals committed to improving the overal wellbeing of their patients
Student Nurse (Former Employee), Medical/surgical Ward and Labour and Deliver – September 19, 2014
As a student nurse, this establishment was a great place to learn about the art and science of nursing. The staff is knowledgeable and willing to mentor the students into the proper way to execute procedures in order to ensure maximum effectiveness. there was constant communication among the inter-professional team.
Nursing is a stressful job and more so perhaps in a unit were there are few sucesses.
Nurse (Former Employee), Whitby, ON – September 8, 2014
Pros: dealing on a daily basis with incurable disease.
Cons: helping those that cannot help themselves.
Arrive at 6:30 and assist with organization of meds. Assist those who cannot eat on their own, wash or dress on their own and attend bathroom needs. Clean various areas and prepare for family to arrive – more... for visits. Various duties that are required (confidential).
Attend daily meetings on progress and further treatment.
The management was for me, the doctor and he was efficient, loving and caring. He cried when he was able to release a patient. We all did.
The nurses and staff were excellent. They knew the difficulty the patients and their family and staff were experiencing and put in a great team effort.
The hardest part was the difficulty of seeing the patients deteriorate.
The most enjoyable part was seeing the one patient who was released and we were so happy we all cried, great day. – less