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.
Mental Health Counselor/Mental Health Technician (Former Employee) – Warrenville, IL – 14 June 2016
Typical day was working with patients one-on-one and assisting new patients; following up with treatment plan; learning new things each day to assist the patient; good management; enjoyed working with co-workers; hardest part of job was non-accomplishments; enjoyable part of job was having an opportunity to make a difference.
State Tested Nurse Assistant (Current Employee) – Independence, OH – 4 June 2016
Working for Medical Staffing Network has given me the opportunity to explore different facilities and meet amazing people. It has given me the chance to be able to work with some of the best nurses and aides who love what they do and come in and show it. Depending on where I am being sent a typical day would consist of me going into a facility that I am assigned to and meet with the supervisor. From there I get my assignment and meet with my fellow coworkers and I begin my work. I'm the type that like to finish my work and help others finish theirs to so we can all be in a good place by the end of the shift and the next shift is set up for success. I love meeting my residents and being able to move around to different facilities. My patients make me happy cause they actually appreciate the help I provide and I get to here stories from back in the day. Hardest part of my job is when you can have someone who is healthy as a horse one day and then come in the next and found out they have passed away, so it does kind of hurt but you learn to cope with it and understand it may never get easy but you do know they are in a better place.
Staffing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – 24 April 2016
very micro managed. you need to be organized, able to work under pressure, and able to multitask. its a staffing agency so you'll get needs called in to work but you'll be taking miscellaneous calls in between that can distract you. the job isn't hard at all but it can be frustrating.
i have not been there for a year yet but its no secret that the company does not give raises which im not fine with.there are monthly raise which are about 100 but they aren't guaranteed. there are opportunities to pick up OT on other shifts if there is a call offs which is great. overall its an okay job.
Assisting all patient's (Current Employee) – Boise, ID 83709 – 18 April 2016
Company is fair to work for., like any company. They play favorite's with employee's, paying more for friendship than experience. Overall, company is ok. They are inconsistent with hours and promise security of hours with downfalls and use excuse's to cover their butts., than to take the blame for making a promise to cover their employee's.
Choices of jobs, pay, benefits
Advancement in minimal, consistancy, consistant work hours
LPN (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, NJ – 15 April 2016
I can honestly say, Medical Staffing Network tried to meet your needs. The hours you were available . They always had something to offer you. I was able to work in a lot of facilities and was able to make comparisons on how things were done at each facility . I was able learn different skills with what each provided.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – 25 February 2016
I didn't like going to nursing home to nursing home and having the duties and regulations change at each nursing home. 90% of the duties themselves remained the same, but the rules, regulations and how much interest the nurses showed for the residents and staff changed a lot.
getting to interact with different residents and staff
the care from the nurses and the regulations being different in the different places
Im concerned that the company is advertising job openings for Social Workers, yet the education requirement is a BSN (nursing degree). Do you realize that those are two entirely different job skill sets?
great place to work threw. great managment. they care about what u want.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – 17 February 2016
since being employed with them they keep up make sure u r happy and things r going good. And also ask if u need anything. They keep up with your accomplishments and seeing how well u do at your job, and they will reward you and with raise too.
paid for CPR. help as much as they can and try get anything that you need.