Agency, Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – 1 February 2016
Count narcotics. Charged Nurse made assignment. Administered medications to at risk Inmates. Drew blood for Digoxin, Dilantin. Tegretol levels. Assist with Wound care. I learned to worked with an different culture of people. The hardest part of the job was the number of Inmates with HIV. The most enjoyable was, when it was time to go home. I also worked agency at Providence Hospital. Started IV's, Administered Blood and Blood products.
LPN (Former Employee) – York, PA – 14 November 2016
I had a problem with one facility who had a really bad computer system with orders that were hard to follow, made a med error and was made inactive for 6 mos to a year without providing me with the proof of error. I enjoyed my time with the company and had many different experiences. Co-workers that I had a chance to meet were friendly. I had many different experiences that I otherwise wouldn't have had. The hardest part was learning facility policies and computer systems, some didn't give adequate orientation.
LPN (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – 2 November 2016
You can't beat the flexibility. Hours can very. Able to make your own schedule. Benefits offered. Management is very helpful. Every day is a different day. And if you don't like a facility you don't have to return/
This is a company to get a lot of skills and learn different skills by going to so many different Health Care Facilities. The hardest part of the job is not knowing everyones routines. The most enjoyable part of the job is the taking care of so many people and giving them the care that they need/needed to get better.
Registered Nurse, Agency Travel Nurse (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – 3 October 2016
There was always chances for learning new information. Everyone worked together as a team member there was no individual team. No matter how busy the day was everyone worked together to get the orders completed each and every shift.
CNA (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – 29 September 2016
Overall ive had a great experience working with MSN over the last 9 years. Alot of different kinds of jobs withim my field (cna). Pay goes up amd down depending on renewal of contracts but its better than no job.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Jackson health miami – 25 September 2016
This people locked out you if the employer wants you permanently with them. They pay very low then national average...I found out that the Medical Assistant in this place making $17 hours Just the new MA or entry levels and this MSN pay $12.47...see how much they taking from you every hour.....no wandering they keeping you contracted.
Can be a great company to work, the co-workers are OK,
Histotechnican 3rd shift (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – 20 September 2016
I've worked with the firm since graduation, 1985,most assignments are really nice and i usually end up staying with a position for several years, but i didn't care for this last assignment, so i'am seeking a better position.
Contractor (Former Employee) – Stillman, NJ – 15 September 2016
MSN is a medical staffing agency. My experience with my handlers was always one of support and respect. The assignments I had were very good and interesting. I was always treated as though I were a priority.