ICU travel nurse
I hated working here! The ICU is not a real ICU! The charge nurses dump on you. If there is droplet isolation you'll get it. If there is an open bed for admission you'll be the nurse to admit. If you ask for help from Viola the tech she will pretend she's busy then you'll find her eating cookies in the breakroom. Half the unit is tele patients and you will get 3-4 patients and they don't rotate this type of assignment but tell you they do. The intensivists are moody, don't want to be bothered and the nurses do not like them. There is a very obvious tension. The unit is always 3 nurses short and it shows. It is stressful there.
Employees greatly care for their patients
Employees work well together as a team to care for the patients in the best way possible
Modern institution with a quality staff and competitive compensation.
Overlake is impressive in many ways and has developed to keep pace with the growth of the surrounding community.During my many years as an employee, I worked with truly devoted employees and any number of well-qualified and personable physicians.Compensation is fair and competitive.The most challenging part of the job is that senior administration was so concerned about physician relationships that support for management, particularly mid-level, was noticeably absent. While understanding the need to attract and maintain business partnerships, an institution can not neglect core employees and expect to maintain a quality institution.
A very productive enviroment!
I was very happy working @ OHMC ER! A beautiful department with a staff that would stand on their head to give the utmost greatest care!