Medication Endorsed EN Nurse (Former Employee) – Ipswich City QLD – 23 October 2016
it was busy you learnt time management, the staff were great, management interfering and bullying, watching patients pass away was hard, seeing smiles on patients and staffs faces at the end of a good day
Assistant Nurse (Former Employee) – Royal Brisbane Hospital – 19 August 2019
Very happy to have worked there.. Always learning. Was sad to leave. Workplace culture was good. Management approachable. Family friendly. Clients and Colleagues were from all walks of life. Transferring between departments was supported.
Supportive environment with opportunities for growth and development if desired
Assistant in Nursing (Current Employee) – Brighton Health – 18 June 2019
Queensland Health offers a variety of developmental opportunities for those who are driven enough to seek them out. Educational courses and programs are ongoing ensuring each practitioner is up to date with best possible practice. There are a variety of facilities with various positions that would suite any health care professional. Most individuals who work within Queensland Health are helpful and willing to help others advance, acting as mentors and references. Aligning with the right people can be advantageous as this will help advance careers and open up doors and opportunities.
Supportive environments, growth and development opportunities, stable and good benefits.
Shifts are 24 hours, requiring staff to work each shift and availability to work weekends