Patients Care Technician (Former Employee) – Bethesda, MD – 31 August 2017
•Keep records of food intake, liquid output, and vital signs. May collect samples of bodily fluids. •Observe and report changes in patients' emotions or alertness. •Move patients by wheelchair or gurney, Sterilize equipment and supplies. •Follow principles of infection control and Universal Precautions
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – 6 June 2017
They have been phenominal working with me on any and everything! I couldn't ask for a better management team! They are more than willing to work with you to get you working and keep your hours exactly where you want them.
STNA (Former Employee) – Independence, OH – 4 June 2017
Stay away all about the facilities management sucks very badly and are mad that we make more then them on a as needed basis but then they side with badly ran facilities and over work you as an agency aide.
LPN (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – 31 May 2017
Staff is wounderful , and very understanding jobs seem to be awlays avaible , again I say staff is just wonderful every place the have sent me to work as been so great . Some you will like more then other but very dulable
Volunteer in Community Health Fairs (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 30 May 2017
You meet all different types of people. All are awesome and nice and very dependable. its a face paced and learning environment. I would love to work with any the people that I have come in contact with.
Payroll processor/Customer Service (Temporary) (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – 25 May 2017
Hired for one role and given three jobs to perform Kept changing hours from say 8-6 to 6:30 am to 8 pm Stressful atmosphere as everyone was pressured to do more and more work Some staff took multiple breaks so they could work and accumulate overtime until like 11 pm Large turnover of employees and no training provided
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Carbondale, IL – 9 May 2017
Medical staffing network is a great opportunity for some who likes being PRN. It pays great because you arent guaranteed any amount of hours and are subject to assignments being canceled, sometimes without telling you until you get there. Wouldnt suggest that type of job for newer CNAs because you are thrown into assignments with little to no orientation and expected to keep up with other aides. Seasoned aides shouldn't have any problems. The MSN staff are great too they do work hard to get you the places and shifts you prefer.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – 9 May 2017
Going to work at Medical Staffing Network was always new and fun. It was never the same any day of the week. I got the pick the days I wanted to work and where I wanted to work. The ladies at Medical Staffing Work let you create your own agenda.
Medical Staffing Network is a good agency with professionals that are dedicated to their work with high quality care providing to all clients. The agency maintains professional’s caregiver’s, and a good place to work for professional growth.