Patient Transporter Reviews

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Last updated Dec 12 2021
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Patient Transporter Reviews

What is it like working as a Patient Transporter?

July 2019
I love my job.
Patient Transporter in Kings Park:
Pros: We are a team and all get on really well, from the Patient Transport Officers to nurses and managers.
Cons: I don't think there's anything I don't like about it, except for the non-existent undercover parking at most hospitals and patients get wet from the vehicle into the hospital.
April 2021
I love my job I love working with the people that I work with.
Patient Transporter in Eau Claire:
Pros: I love communicating with the patients if I can make one person smile during the day it's well worth all my effort. Just feel very unappreciated when I was hired you had to have a CNA license to work in transport. Over the years they change that so you no longer have to have CNA training. Cuz I have kept my CNA license up all these years I have been here 26 years I am the only original transporter left. I'm not even making $16 an hour whereas I feel I should have been grandfathered in the CNA status. Because I do CNA work along with my transport job even though I'm not technically a CNA on the floor. I am always helping out the CNAs doing CNA work. I also sit Wonder ones with patients. And the hospital has kept my license up for many years. So I feel like I should be making CNA wages after 26 years. People are starting out at almost as much as I'm making. And now they are talking about changing the minimum wage to $15. That makes me feel like I'm not really worth much not making much more than that after 26 years. And the CNAs are making almost $ 18 to $20 an hour an hour and have only been here 5 to 10 years. Just seems very unfair.
Cons: Not enough staff and working by myself. Everyone wants their patients at the same time but I'm only one person.
November 2018
Great.
Patient Transporter in Sydney:
Pros: weather, harbor
Cons: traffic
January 2019
Unbalanced.
Patient Transporter in Champaign:
Pros: The diversity of the population.
Cons: Large wage and job gap between entry-level and professional jobs. Most wages are very low here.
January 2019
Okay.
Patient Transporter in Edison:
Pros: The Patient
Cons: Nothing
February 2019
Stressing.
Patient Transporter in Putnam:
Pros: The people
Cons: Nobody appreciates or understands you can be overwhelmed and they don’t care.
March 2019
This is where I live and plan to stay.
Patient Transporter in Orlando:
Pros: What I grew up and raised
Cons: The humidity

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