Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 November 2018
Very fast-paced, high energy work-place. I learned a lot from the management teams I supported while there and was given great opportunities for self-advancement. Compensation was competitive. At the time the culture was a bit negative and disjointed since there had been a merger and there was plan for separating again but I had a great work experience there overall.
Great opportunity to learn in a diverse patient population.
Pediatric Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 May 2018
This hospital serves a large community of patients where you get the chance to interact with people from all walks of life. As a physician it was a great chance to learn from such a diverse patient population. The hospital culture was also very collegial as it allowed me to integrate into existing hospital structure and contribute towards improving patient care.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 July 2017
If your are a student or looking into Career in Hospital environment this is an amazing place to start. Great experience and room to Grow. Good pay and good hours. Staff are amazing. Must have background in whatever field you're trying to get into.
Support Services (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 May 2017
The average day is always quite busy. One must be able to multitask and prioritize workload. Management, for the most part, is very fair in this rapidly changing environment. Everyone there works towards the common goal of providing quality care. I have thoroughly enjoy my time working there, through the ups and downs.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 28 August 2016
At the centenary site- management needs to really needs to rethink their structure. Cutting front line workers like RN's, RPN's, PSWs is not an effective way to cut costs because it just jeopardizes patient care- the main reason why a hospital is in business.
ONA union, Hoopp
old computer systems, pharmacy work short hours & do not have enough staff, nurse to patient ratio can be anywhere from 1:5 to 1:10 depending on department. Unsafe
Registered Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Ajax, ON – 16 April 2016
0700-1500. Proficient in phlebotomy, Blood transfusion, Wound care, assist with vasectomy procedure. Primarily responsible for Chronic disease education Tues-Thurs. Management is versatile and open to communication. Co-workers are highly skilled, team players. Hardest part of current job is when clinics are over-booked requiring fast-efficient quality care for all patients. The most enjoyable part of the job are the patients and being able to teach them something about their health on how to maintain a quality of life to ensure them the ability to remain at home.
Professional Practice Student (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 November 2015
Rouge Valley Health System is great place to work and grow our skills. During my work placement at Rouge Valley Health System I have learned variety administrative duties. The management was really welcome new-comers and encourage them to learn and grow more. This is the best place to work and learn about health care setting.
Physiotherapy Assistant 6 Week Placement (Former Employee) – Ajax, ON – 19 October 2015
At Rouge Valley Health System they were all very friendly and willing to take the time to teach me new skills in the field. A typical day for me during placement would be organizing patients files, working with patients to improve physical function, and cleaning throughout the day to avoid any spread of diseases. The most rewarding part about this job was seeing and helping the patients get better as their treatment progresses.