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It’s corporate health care. There are good areas and those less desirable. There are good lines and lines that can be toxic. A good manager and a good line can buoy you up against the Covid storm of stupid family members, but the reverse is also true. I have experienced more good assignments than bad...so that’s good.
Plenty of lateral movement available
You have to pay to park.
A very limited number of wonderfully dedicated people working in a medical environment providing optimal care for the public under extremely limited budgetary restraints.
Governmental financial restraints
I was assisting with data collection, management and writing of two research projects. All the staff were receptive to the changes, they allowed me to learn on the job, and were understanding when I needed to take time off for health issues. Great place to get started in clinical research.
there are no typical days at work in the microbiology laboratory. Everyday is different, although our work procedures are the same, we are constantly updating SOPS for specimen set-up and work together with the technologist to ensure the best outcome for the patients benefit. We constantly run into problems with how our samples are received (wrong container) or ordered.
treats in lunch room, lunch and learns, micro works as a team. feels like family
volume or workload, overwhemling at times.
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A typical day at work is when I arrive I review my calendar to see if any new requests have come in and then I decide how to prioritize my day. Specific days require specific work completion by myself and from time to time I need to change it up if there are any urgent requests. I continuously learn and I am eager to learn something different every day. Even if it is something small, it may prove to be something big! Our management team is great team to work with they are always available for guidance and mentorship whenever needed. The workplace environment that I am currently employed is a wonderful team of qualified people and clinics/departments. I feel that the hardest part of the job is that sometimes there is not enough time in the day to complete the tasks at hand. I find it more disappointment than the hardest part of the job. When I arrive at work, I try to have a strategy of goals that I want to achieve in that given day and sometimes it does not always go as planned, but I grab the bull by the horns and give my 125% to get the work completed. The most enjoyable part of my job is providing my services to our team and making their jobs easier.
A typical day would include going to the hospital at 9:00 am, greeting all my co-workers, then proceeding with my supervisor downstairs to the basement where we would file and purge old patient charts for a few hours. Lunch was 12:00 pm to 1, then continue with the charts until 5:00 pm
U learn to have a lot of patience. working with others. working alone. Handing problems us they come. working on-call working most weekends. working all shifts.
great place to work.
pay always different.
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
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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
Great place to work, awesome co-workers. Love the atmosphere. Would highly recommend working at Hamilton Health Science to anyone who was interested to.
Not full time
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
Worked here as a student during my college placement, was a great company to be a part of. The people i worked with were amazing and helped me gain experience during my time there.
Provided care to family centered care environment to children and their families going through a new adventure in life. Increase utilization of my nursing skills and assessments to acute high risk patients.
Great support from staff
Long hours and shift work
I have learned that it is important to interact with fellow employees/colleagues at a person level and not to "work, work, work" all day long. It is important to laugh as well. The result is that more productivity occurs. The hardest part of the job is taking some time out to not take the job too seriously and getting the job done in a timely manner.
Friendships that can be made
If you do the job well, others rely on you to help them
Company has MGMT flaws.. Too many people going in and out. Unfortunately it is an aging working class that tend to complain about their job rather then DO their job. I can only speak from my experience but outside of union employees you may lose your hair wondering where/if your job will exist tomorrow. Overall structure seems to be changing.