Provides state of the art in healthcare. It really gave me the opportunity to excel in my position as an ophthalmic nurse. I will continue the lessons I have learned during my stay in st.lukes medical center.
i started my nursing career in this company and indeed i learned every skill that was thought to me when i was in college. This is the best hospital in Philippines i must say, with the world class facility and services we provide. It helped me to build my self confidence and be globally competitive as a nurse
St. Luke's Medical Center - Global City has been known for its pursuit for excellence and that the patients' needs always come first. A very professional workplace. They promote advancement in skills, education and career. The challenges we encounter on a daily basis can vary. Overall, good management. But shortage of manpower and salary issues makes it hard to justify.
Many benefits; management is good except in some section
Being assigned at Oncology Pharmacy is the best thing that will happen to you. But you will have to endure being at Dispensing Pharmacy first; the workplace is very stressful and fast-paced. You must do your job accurately and diligently.
When you are a contractual employee / neophyte, you have to work 6-days a week, cover all the duties of your seniors and no-work-no-pay-policy. The environment is very depressing but with the help of all of my seniors - admin. & medical staff - i was able to overcome all the challenges and depressing environment. There are a lot of nice people and they are willingly to help you.
Working here in this prestigious hospital is the most exciting part. You will be exposed to a wide variety state of the art equipments. Also, lots of trainings to maintain the high quality standards of medical management for patients.
my 10-year working experience within St. Luke's honed me with skills and attitude to adapt to all situations and towards different personalities to fulfill a specific goal. It gave me an opportunity to be part of giving a proverbial birth to one of the Philippines' top-tiered hospitals. One can achieve a good work-life balance with this company as workload is manageable.
the major downside is the internal office politics and holier than thou personalities.
We have five shifts a day.
I have learned to be independent at all times, learned to communicate well with the team.
The management is nice, however promotion are very rare.
The culture at work is very competitive.
The hardest part of the job is the shifting hours.
The most enjoyable part of my job was opportunity to excel in a world class hospital which allows you to learn a lot.
You can learn and be able to experience the real world of being in medical field. But the downside is that through this process, overtime is a must and you only get to enjoy outside work with very limited time.
The work assigned to me was a mix of something I have expected and something that I have not expected. As someone who studies psychology and has been accepted in a prestigious company, I expected to be doing HR-related tasks but that was not entirely the case. I felt that there was a job misplacement due to the number of interns who applied for the HR position.