excellent patient outcomes
Same as prior information on Lakeway Regional Hospital for ICU Director/Manager.Nursing Supervisor: Received report from off going Supervisor. Unit rounds were made to evaluate unit needs and staffing issues. This was important because responsible for hospital instead of one particular unit. Supervisor is irresponsible for appropriate functioning of hospital entirety in the absence of manager/Director. Responsible for reporting to each manager of unit problems and needs in communication book. Communicating verbally to unit manager of any risk issues as needed. Also responsible for assistance in investigation of risk issues and follow up with staff with education and monitoring process improvements for compliance of issues.The hardest part of this job was staffing - making phone calls requesting extra shifts to fill in for absent call offs. The most enjoyable part of the job was rounding on patients and receiving would highly recommend our hospital.
Ups and Downs
Been an employee for almost 5 years. It has been flexible with my schedule as a PRN employee. When full time, did not feel like employees were treated as well.
Up to 8 patient assigned per nurse. Difficulty finding supplies/equip. when needed. Co-worker are excellent to work with.
Nice community hospital. Nightshift co-workers are very friendly and enjoyable to work with good team work. Assigned up to 8 patients per nurse. Had long wait time to obtain patient medications.
good hospital too work at
great place to work was working prn and was wanting fulltime again