The philosophy of the hospital was lovely and palpable
Full-time/Casual medical float nurse (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 29 November 2017
I very much enjoyed working at Providence Health care, there were many learning opportunities and the culture there was positive and caring. I learned a lot about working with inner city populations and appreciated that exposure and the people skills as well as compassion that I practiced,
- Taking care of seniors - Assist ADL and emotional support for those in need - Participate in transfer seniors, supporting them to use wheelchairs, canes or walkers in need. - Professional workplace with high quality of job and working experience
Volunteer/ co-op student (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 20 March 2017
-its an institution all about rehabilitation, health and relaxation -learned so much about the residents and the people who work there -as a volunteer i fed residents, assisted them with any requests and worked in the nail salon
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – North Vancouver, BC – 14 March 2017
As a Records Management Receptionist I was responsible for directing incoming calls from physician's offices, general inquiries and internal hospital inquires. Performing other related duties which include pulling patient charts, copying documents, filing reports, etc.
Pleasant working environment, associating with all types of individuals
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 January 2017
I think providence is a very special place to work, again I cannot empesive how good Providance take care and look out for their stall. I feel so proud when I walked down the hallway to call providence home away from home. It is a spectacular place to work, you learn something new everyday, for that I am grateful to be on staff.
They provide a learning environment for both students and staff.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 January 2017
very organized and they give importance about the safety practice of all employees as well as their values. most fulfilling part of being a volunteer is that I am able to learn and help the elderly without expecting in return.
Resident Assistant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 November 2016
Great Healthcare professionals. Team work 100% experienced and observed. Always observe compassionate care given to residents. Management very nice to staff. Typical day at work....beautiful What I have learned....every resident is unique and needs care towards their specific lifestyles/health. Management...fair, polite, always trying to do better for both staff and residents. co-workers....wonderful people hardest part of my job....good question most enjoyable part of my job...interacting with residents
Student Nurse (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 31 October 2016
Great place to work. Employees opinions are valued. Leaders work along side you and care. They want to do what is right and not just do what has been done for 20 years because that is the way it is. This organization places value on those working here, the community it serves and wants to make it a better place to work
It was very good experience in friendly and educative environment.
Student Nurse (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 August 2016
Our practice was very good organized and it gave me a lot of new skills and experience. Staff nurses were very helpful and friendly. Feedback from our clinical instructor was constructive and positive. We were working on the floor and had conference after that. It was discussions of all what we did during the day plus some new knowledge which we obtained from books, articles, internet research. Everything was produstive and very good for educational process. Atmosphera in the facility is always important for students' pratice. Most important that we got feeling that we belong there yet we can have help when it needed. This was my very good clinical practice in one of the best hospitals of Toronto.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 20 May 2016
I had a horrible experience with this company. I was bullied by management to the point of being called an idiot. Many employees on my unit were scared of management. I found that management was not professional.
Coworkers were great, and supportive. The nurses, doctors and other workers give 110% every day.