Nice place to work
I have learned a lot while working with this company. Work loads tend to be heavy and work is very consistent. Our department has made a lot of changes, including our new location!
12 hourslearn a lotco-workers are greatsometimes no supportI like help people. I enjoy my work.
steep learning curve required with little supervision
atmosphere of blaming and inconsistencies; needed to learn paper requirements of medical research projects, but manage very negligent about providing same. hardest part of job was not being offered any guidance in a field - known to department at initial interview; most enjoyable part of job was interacting with co-workers
Lifebridge health truly care about the whole employee!
I have alot of responsibility in my current position which not only requires extreme organization but coordination of patient testing. There are some days I am in the clinical area either helping schedule upcoming surgical procedures or performing pre-op or post-op teaching. My job is very rewarding.The hardest part of my job is that when the coordinator of my current program left I was given most of her job duties on top of my own. There are days that are extremely rewarding and others that can be discouraging at times. I find I work feverishly on a daily basis and still feel that I need more time to complete my daily tasks.Working with patients is my passion, my true calling. It is the reason I went to nursing school.
Horrible culture, values and management. Hostile work environment. As with the review from the EVS employee, even professinal level employees are treated like children, bullied and disrespected. I have never been in such a horrible work environment. The benefits are expensive and you are limited to seeing Lifebridge doctors (not the best), they have a real racket going with that.
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