Cornwall Community Hospital Employee Reviews
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Fast paced and stressful environment, but with the right training and team approach very gratifying and satisfying work. Lots of education sessions and specialized courses offered throughout the year, opportunities for advancement.
I have worked in a variety of different departments within this hospital, all areas have been a great experience. Only thing I could say is I wish there was more full time jobs available.
The housekeeping staff (environmental services dept) are a good bunch of people. They are committed to their performance and supportive of each other. Management and Scheduling are a bit of a mess. Housekeeping director does not do the scheduling, they have a scheduling department for that, so the shifts are a bit crazy and unpredictable. Housekeeping management is very disorganized and doesn't seem to do a good job with understanding the needs of the people working in this department. Shifts are never consistent; if you work part time you will be forced to take day, evening, and night shifts not in any type of sequence. The upside to this is the pay.
This employment is shift work; working nights, days, evenings and weekends. This job title requires a candidate that works well under pressure and can perform any task at hand. You will communicate with health-care providers daily and tend to the need of the public. based on their health needs.
A typical work day is a 12hr day or night shift. Although it is a busy environment that staff are amazing and willing to help in any way they can. A great team of nurse, physicians, managers and other members of the healthcare team who constantly work collaboratively together to achieve optimal patient outcomes. The hardest part of the job is the busy patient load that comes with each day but what makes it enjoyable is that you actually get to put your nursing skills to work and you continue to learn more and more about the nursing profession each day.
I was a student nurse at CCH and I loved every second of my time here. Every member of staff from Dr.'s -Nurses-PT-OT-PCA, were friendly, compassionate and caring. It was a great hospital to learn in because everyone was so willing to teach.
I was provided with many opportunities to practice my skills. I have a better understanding of the policies and day to day tasks expected of registered nurses including medication administration, providing personal care and developing care plans.
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working as a Registered nurse at cornwall hospital is awful! you are not respected for your education, you are treated at the same level as a PSW and expected to do their jobs, while the PSW's just hang around talking. The nurse is basically treated as though its the 1950's. doctors get all the respect at this hospital. If your a doctor I recommend working here but as a nurse no way!
I loved my summer job here at the hospital I was able to work independently but also be included in group projects. I was given excellent training and was well prepared. I enjoyed my day to day duties.
Working at my own pace, checklists provided for efficiency
Occasional very early shfts
Love my job , great people and fun place to work. Management are approchable and easy to talk to. What I learned about working in the kitchen is, it is a fast paced place to be and is very hot.
Lots of meetings and in services .
Don't have full time hours.
Typical day: Arrive between 7AM and 8:30 log into ticket system and review outstanding tickets. Check voicemail for any outstanding issues or urgent requests. Spend day fixing problems and/or cleaning equipment. Management: My manager was the best I ever had during my 25+ years of work. Learned: PC repair skills.
People were excellent to work with and for.
full time position at current and want to retire at age 60 but work part time in another place of employment until age 65
I have been working in the same environment for 25 plus years. It has been fun but at the age of 60 I would like to retire from my current job and work part time until age 65. I do not feel like I am ready to quite working and have plenty of work time left in me. I am always willing to learn new skills and would like the opportunity to do so. If there is any positions part time available please contact me so we can discuss meeting etc.
12 hour shifts
Found the management to be inept as well as most of the staff. I would have a hard time to bring my dog there since there has been alot of mistakes done that put patients at risk. If you need a bandaid I would suggest going to another hospital.
close to home
management is sneaky.