Overall reviews at William Osler Health Centre
I enjoyed working very much for Wiilliam Osler Health Centre
I was on a 6 month contract and worked in the communication department. Were called codes, paged Doctors and Nurses, Helped family members find there loved ones. Called taxes for different people, worked shifted work. Met alot of different people and staff members. Enjoyed working with everyone.Learned alot of different things while on the job.
Prosgot to work with alot of interesting people.
Conssome times had to work long hours and double shifts.
As a volunteer at Brampton Civic Hospital, I committed to come in once every week for a few hours. My schedule was very adjustable and I was able to come in when I could. At the Diabetes clinic, I gained experience in health administration and was assigned various office duties. The assigned duties were pretty easy however they were strenuous as there were a lot of files to go through and a lot of inventory that constantly needed to be organized and updated.
productive working environment
communicating with patients about their personal experiences within the hospital. problem solving any issues that arise during the conversation and providing any possible solutions.
great, multicultural environment.
I was able to obtain experience as an RPN on a dynamic team of individuals who strived to provide the community with kind and compassionate care. Hardest part of the job was definitely developing relationships with patients and having to say goodbye in the end, but at the same time it was very rewarding to watch the progress of the patients and building trusting relationships with them and their families.
Excellent organization which provides services to people who have an intellectual disability. Enjoyed meeting with clients, making a difference
Excellent Company. Able to excel quickly, being promoted to various positions within the organization.
ProsGreat hours and great people to work with
ConsOn-going restructuring causing unsettlement within the organization
Enjoyed working in the fast paced setting, working independently and in a team setting. Excellent management support to advance. Sad to leave due to company closure.
ProsCompany functions for staff, including lunches, plays, etc..
ConsThe slow down of referrals which affected business resulting in the closure.
Productive and it was fun working with a multi-cultural team
- The most clients were not able to talk and they needed the help of the nurses for the ADLs. There I learned a number of nursing skills and also learned how to interact with patients who are unable to talk.
- Co-workers were helpful and treated the students in a respectful manner
Prosable to refresh my knowledge everyday
good place to work at
In the hospital world there is always a new adventure always different tasks to attend I was dealing with all workers, visitors patients on a daily basis
Proshappy place to work for and the people are great
Conslost this job to cut backs
Excellent place to work at
Large amount of positions to choose from. Workload is good but sometimes increased with amount of relocation of staff. There are many opportunities for advancement. Management is good but not exceptional lacking in proper distribution of duties equally among staff. Union and non-union positions sometimes become a battle as there is a lot of "bumping" staff due to seniority levels. The Foundation office is well run with many fundraising opportunities. There are many committees that staff can participate in. For the most part, It is a pleasure working at William Osler Hospital.
Prosstaff yearly BBQ, fundraising events, vendors in lobby, good pension program
Constoo top heavy with too many managers and directors.
Fun place to work in depending on group
The job is stressful, but if you have a fun group to work with it helps minimize the stress levels.Generally the nurses and staff we call to work are great to work with.