Patient Transporter (Current Employee) – admitting – 1 February 2013
Each individual patient that requires transporting(stretcher, hospital bed, wheelchair, commode, mechanical lift) gives me a new experience. I learn from them sometimes. Some means of their transportation, is done with the assistance of a co-worker, where there are able to share their input also to which way might be of more assistance to patient and easier on ourselves, etc. Patient confidentiality is a must. The hardest part of my job would be seeing the pain and suffering of some of the patients. The most enjoyable is seeing them heal, "graduate" from ICU or discharged.
Fast paced yet extremely rewarding place of employment.
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Windsor ON – 12 October 2017
Working at Met was my first job as an RN. It was an extremely rewarding job as I enjoyed working with oncology patients and their families. I have learned life long skills at this place of employment that I will carry throughout my entire nursing career.
Clinical Experience (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 4 October 2017
I wa sin WRH as a clinical student. The work environment was friendly and my clinical instructors were very co-operative. I had hands on training in microbiology, chemistry, hematology, blood banking and histology. I was also trained in phlebotomy.