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30+ days ago

Human Resources Coordinator (HRC)

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When you join the team as a HR/Administrative Coordinator, you will manage all aspects of the Human Resources Department in coordination with the… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Occupational Therapist (OT)

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The Occupational Therapist plans, organizes, develops, administers, directs, and supervises Occupational Therapy treatment. The OT must have… Select Specialty Hospitals

12 days ago

Charge Nurse / RN

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As a Charge Nurse you will be responsible for initiating, guiding, and directing the coordination of services provided by the nursing units. While… Select Specialty Hospitals

30+ days ago

Registered Nurse (RN)

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RN Registered Nurse (Clinical Nurse) Come practice the true profession of nursing where your skills are fully utilized! See results in a… Select Specialty Hospitals

30+ days ago

Chief Executive Officer

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Excellent opportunity to provide hands-on hospital operations management with a focus on business development, physician relations, quality services… Select Specialty Hospitals

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    I worked at Select Specialty Hospitals full-time (more than 3 years)


    Good pay
    Supportive coworkers
    Good learning opportunities with critically ill patients


    6 patients on night shift - often 4 of those were weaning from the vent, and only 1 of 6 could move independently
    Charge nurse has to take patients on night shift due to SSH trying to keep staff numbers low.
    If one of your patients goes bad, you can't pass off other patients because everyone is overloaded.
    You will be disciplined for calling off sick, even if you have PTO time. Only scheduled time off is not disciplined.

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    Realize that you have great nurses and CNAs doing the best they can with very, very sick patients. Lower the ratios and allow the patients to have the best care they can possibly have with nurses that actually have the time they need to spend with them.

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