I worked at Horsham Clinic part-time (More than 5 years)
Great experience, the staff are some of the best people you'll ever meet and they really care about the patients. You'll rarely have a boring shift.
If you're per diem they can move you to a different unit if one is short staffed; upper management seems out of touch with their staff on the units and they're a pretty tight knit group; the pay isn't that great
Advice to Management
Come down to the units more and talk with your staff. Find out what they need/want and discuss any possible changes to protocol or paperwork with them well in advance. Create a space for open dialogue so your staff doesn't feel alienated and unsupported.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Horsham Clinic (Ambler, PA) in October 2015.
I applied online and got a call about a week later for an interview. I initially applied for a full time position but couldn't take it because of school and they offered pool, where you only have to work one weekend a month and can pick up whenever you want. I got a call a week after the interview offering the job.
I went for a full time position and since I couldn't do full time because i have night class two times a week i asked about part time and then she said she wouldn't be able to guarantee that I would be off those two days and then i asked about pool and she said yes you could do that and she explained it.
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