GENERAL NURSE PRACTIONER (Current Employee), Abeokuta – February 9, 2013
Cons: short break
Always caring for my patients though proper assessment of their vital and proving the necessary care needed for them in an appropriate,acceptable and standard settings. I learn t to be industrious and care with empathy. My co-workers are very co-operative. The most enjoyable part of the work is seeing my patient getting well and being able to live a – more... healthy life. – less
Med/Surg Internship (Former Employee), Eau Claire, WI – January 22, 2013
This is where I did my internship before graduation on the Med/Surg Ortho floor. Here I not only got go directly interaction with patients as a nurse, but I was also able to see the management side as my nurse mentor was also the floor charge nurse.
Enjoyed helping people find appropriate employment
Employment Recruiter (Former Employee), Allentown, PA – January 21, 2013
I was the employment recruiter. I advertised, screened, interviewed, and hired applicants. Plus, I maintained current job descriptions and conducted new employee orientation. I learned that I am very much a people person and love meeting and talking everyone. My management and co-workers were very helpful and supportive. The hardest part of the position – more... was finding the proper candidate and not being able to meet the salary requirements of the candidate. – less
SHORT PROCEDURE CLERK (Former Employee), Allentown PA – January 16, 2013
Pros: very big family oriented place to work, felt like co workers were family
Cons: very little pay for what was being done, not enough reviews
I worked part time, I loved my job and what I did. Unfortunetly as people got laid off I took on more jobs which I did enjoy. I learned a great deal in Medical Records. My hours turned to 6 at night until 2am which having a family took its toll. So, in my familys best intrest I left, and bettered myself with schooling. I love any clerical work and dealing – more... with people. – less
Nurse Trainee (Former Employee), Cebu City, Philippines – January 7, 2013
The most enjoyable part of being a nurse is when you see your patients happy and satisfied with your service. Working with happy people makes the job easier to do even if it seems hard in the first place.
Phlebotomist Coverage (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – January 2, 2013
Collect blood by means of venipuncture from adults, geriatrics. Collect urine specimens according to standard laboratory practice. Maintain required records and documents. Miscellaneous duties and responsibilities. Answer phones, other duties as assigned within scope of position. Insure all specimens are collected accurately, and labeled within a timely – more... matter. Enter orders and print out labels within the use of CPSI laboratory data input system. Enjoy working around patients. – less
Social Worker Intern (Former Employee), Miramar Beach, FL – December 10, 2012
Pros: work closely with staff and physicians
Cons: time limiting care
The day begins with evaluating and distributing patients for assessment and discharge planning preparations for the patients. I evaluate both the medical and psychological status of the patient. Identifying home supports is critical for creating a safe discharge plan.
Very fast day with many great people to work with.
Buyer (Former Employee), Allentown, PA – December 5, 2012
Pros: a lovely christmas dinner for all!!
Cons: do not expect to leave on time.
I was extemely happy to be there. I enjoyed the people I primarily worked with. The hardest part would be keeping up with the monetary issues of the network regarding purchasing and or returning. I loved the atmosphere.
Great place to work. Attainable goal with emphasis on excellent patient care
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee), Springfield, OR – November 24, 2012
Pros: beautiful hospital and enviornment. definitely a good place to work.
Cons: at times nurses seemed isolated due to size of unit.
I have worked in a number of hospitals since my move to the eastern board of the USA. Working for Sacred Heart hospital was a unique and positive experience, in which I learned much that has served me well in my career. I worked on the fourth floor caring for cardiac and thoracic surgical patients. Challenges that I had was mainly in my goal to give – more... the best care possible...a challenge that I found possible to meet in the Sacred Heart Hospital . I can honestly say that my co workers were a great group of nurses willing to pitch in and help when asked and generally positive and enjoyable to work with. At the time I worked at the hospital I found management for the most part on the scene, a listening ear and did seek ways to improve nursing processes . – less
Extern (Former Employee), Pensacola, FL – October 25, 2012
Since I was just an extern I cannot say too much about Sacred Heart. Everyday I would help with inventory and help people with their jobs, just to learn what they do in each place. Everyone seemed to be very close and excited to teach. The hardest part of the position is sterile compounding just because it's my weakest point. I enjoyed most the learning – more... process, being able to catch onto something and able to perform it without someone telling me. – less
Volunteer (Former Employee), Allentown, PA – October 16, 2012
Pros: great free food
Cons: no cons
I would come in and go to the main office for the volunteers and get my assignments. I would have to transport patients, documents and specimens. We would get a free food voucher and the food was great. I learned how to be patient with others and how to interact with others in a work setting. The management was nice and helpful. My co-workers were friendly – more... and easy to get along with. There was no hard part to this job. The most enjoyable part was talking to the patients. – less
Emergency Room Coordinator/Surgical Coordinator (Former Employee), Hanford, CA – September 25, 2012
Competitive salary and opportunities for proactive care in treatment of patients. Quality of care and continued education very much encouraged. Management a part of day to day operation.
Working closely with co-workers and keeping the lines of communication going.
The hardest part of the job including dependence on coworkers, patient care technicians – more... and staff to think as a unit. Keeping the goals of safety and improvement of patient health at the core of "caring for patients". – less