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Good team work amongst health care professionals with a common goal to provide the best health care. Busy environment. Positive work culture. CQI implemented to allow all employees to get involved in identifying problems and create a plan to help solve them.
Management and staff in senior positions tend to I think that stuff beneath them or different positions are not all equal members of the same team Every member of the team is just as important as the other as the job could not be completed without everyone focusing on the same task
Salary and benifits
Not flexable schedules
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Great Team to work with. Healthcare team to patient ratio needs improving. Advantage of working in different sites of the organization when you join the Nursing resource team means you get to experience different practice setting each time
Great environment. People were team oriented and there fore the patients well being - That was always center focus. Paid Vacation days worked (at time and a half), as well as lieu days, and drop days. Many (10+) recognized holidays per year.
A patient experienced shortness of breath. Team work made process easier. Management got involved. When we work together hard work becomes lighter.We celebrated each others success .
free food for appreciation
large assignments during late call inns
A great place to work. Teaching hospital system associated with McMaster University. Unfortunately cost cutting measures often affect the quality of patient care with too many dollars wasted on management positions.
Close to home
Too many managers
I enjoy my work in the Heart investigation unit looking after and talking to patients. It is alway interesting and every day is different.
A typical work day is admitting patients from home and other hospitals. getting them ready for the angiogram and post care and a lot of teaching. Despite being in a critical care setting for many years there is always something new to learn. New developments such as TAVI's (heart valve replacement ) and Mitral clips are now regularly done. Because of government cuts every year since 2011 the hospital management has cut jobs every year causing more stress on staff and don't listen to the staff concerns. Staff are becoming burned out and over worked. The most enjoyable part of my job are the nurses I work with and the people/patients I meet every day. The hardest part is when the patients take a turn for the worse. We frequently see critical patients that come in by ambulance and need an urgent angiogram /angioplasty.
weekends and stat holidays off. No night shifts
Frequently doing call and wearing lead for X-rays
multiple opportunities to utilize skills and improve /add on skills, ie:training others, preceptor ship . Opportunities for input into patient advocacy. working with multi disciplinary team.
lack of positive reinforcement
12 hour shifts, acute care setting. Friendly and compassionate staff. Busy hospital, with clients with multiple complex health issues. Constant learning abilities. Would benefit from keeping more front line staff. Clean environment.
short staffed frequently
As a part of a Team that deals with alot of tragic life altering experiences it always amazes me how well as a team we pull together to meet our goal either it is holding a hand to supporting a elderly man who is sick to helping a grieving Family of a Young Ciritcal Trauma. I feel rewarded after evey shift knowing that i have touched someone in there life in a time that no one would want to experience an never thought they would experience.