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Medical University of South Carolina Reviews
Physical Therapist Assistant:
Pros: -great co-workers/therapists that truly put the pt first. -boss that’s caring & available when needed but doesn’t micromanage. -don’t have to piggyback pts. -low stress environment. -somewhat flexible with schedule to preserve PTO hours. Cons: -terrible raises. -company does very little for employees (no bonus or reward for high performance/meeting goals/Christmas/etc) -CEUs rarely approved. -forced to use PTO for everything (holidays, hurricanes, EVERYTHING)
Fast paced engaging environment working alongside great minds.
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization in Charleston:
Pros: There is great diversity in tasks and learning opportunities
Cons: It can be stressful at times due to high level of independence and unclear responsibilities
Amazing opportunity to take excellent care of staff providing superb care of patients.
Nurse Manager, Operating Room in Charleston:
Pros: We provide excellent care for our patients
Cons: Inability to terminate inefficient workers based on productivity
Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room in Charleston:
Great place to gather experience in a high-paced level 1 trauma center. This place gets some of the sickest patients in the southeast. Culture of safety is high. Large departments/units and frequent resident rotations makes my job challenging.
Rewarding mission, great coworkers and direct management.
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General) in Charleston:
Pros: My coworkers and my boss, the people I work with in other departments
Cons: Workload, lack of support team, not enough time off, difficult system to take time off, HR not supportive of staff - very corporate oriented. Job titles do not match actual work or appropriate salary grade for work done or even job title. Very difficult to get promotion from corporate side.
Process, Record and Package.
Researcher, Scientific in Charleston:
Pros: There is no stress outside of work. You can leave your thoughts in reference to your job at the workplace.
Cons: Not enough hands on with lab processing.
Great job but demanding & stressful- really depends on the department you are assigned to & the Department Chair - some are better to work for than others.
Administrative / Office Manager in Brasstown:
Pros: Working in a medical environment
Cons: Parking situation is terrible
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