Waitemata District Health Board Employee Reviews in Auckland City, Auckland

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Psychiatry Assistant (Current Employee) –  Auckland City, Auckland28 March 2019
- good environment to work

- communication needs improving

- team work is fine

- work place culture

- managers has a open door policy, that workers can give feedback
Pros
staff working together
Cons
team and communication
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Fun workshop
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) –  Auckland City, Auckland6 January 2019
Good team work
Good care plan
Good education programmes
Good annual training systems
Good benefits
Good children and martinity programmes
Good promotion. Programmes
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Fun and excellent place to work
Healthcare Assistant (Former Employee) –  Auckland15 August 2018
Typical day on the ward was busy as we were mainly deal with older adults. Because of the shortage of nurses there were days you wished you stayed home but because management were very supportive it made our job a lot better.
Pros
everyone always helped each other
Cons
shortage of staff
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Busy Environment
Administration Clerk (Former Employee) –  Auckland28 December 2017
No 2 days are the same.
You will always have something to do.
Great people to work with.
Be a part of something bigger.
Enjoy the discounted parking costs.
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Busy work environment but full of fun and laughter
Healthcare Assistant / Store Co-ordinator (Former Employee) –  Auckland, New Zealand15 March 2017
Unpredictable day to day turnouts. Great and fun team to work with. Very supportive and caring management, looks after their staff. Working hours are great.
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My best job so far
Health Care Assistant (Former Employee) –  Auckland, Auckland27 February 2017
overall the experience in WDHB was very good. I learned alot and grew as a healthcare provider. The staff in my ward was the best and created a family atmosphere.
Pros
Family environment
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Cooperative
Heal (Current Employee) –  Auckland, Auckland13 February 2017
• Experienced in caring patients
• Familiar with hospital-work-setting in different wards (Rehab, Assessment & Diagnosis, Medical & Surgical wards)
• Familiar with various characteristics of different wards
• Cooperative with other health professionals
• Experienced in 1 to 1 watch on patients
• Experienced in moving and handling patients.
• Ability to restock the hospital equipment & bed-making
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Excellent working environment
Store Person (Current Employee) –  Auckland, N6 October 2014
I have learned a lot from while working with them. it is a big company.
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Well-run department
Clinical Pharmacist (Former Employee) –  Auckland, New Zealand6 January 2014
Lots of support for employees, encouraged and assisted to continually improve work related skills and department practices
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Hardowrking but interesting Job .
Needs Assessor and Service Cordinator (Current Employee) –  Auckland3 July 2012
It was a great learning Curve , new Role to me . My days are very busy as I work in an Acute Medical ward mainly patients Over 65 Yrs of age with all commplicated needs and diseases.I enjoy wirking with my coworkers theya are very experienced in this arae and always willing to support me . The hardest part is seeing these old people at their worst and seeing their sadness when assessed and required residential Care .the best part of teh work is it is very busy and no time to moan about that . keep going .
Pros
meeting patients daily. office hours . very rewarding
Cons
exhausting
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Great Role as a Local Service Coordinator, service that you felt that you were making a difference in peoples lives
Local Service Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Auckland (NZ) West Auckland28 May 2012
The role of the Local Service Coordinator was to reduce the number of admissions to inpatient units and to put together the best supports in place for clients exiting from Residents services, Prison, inpatient units, and Forensic units.

Local Service Coordinator received referrals on a day to day basis from clinical Mental Health, Forensic and Prison services.

Assessments where conducted, clinical meets were attended, transition meets meetings with NGO, Clinical and clients. National Service Coordination Services meetings also attended.

Team of three Coordinators was managed by Local District Mental Health Manager. Co-workers came from a doctors and Psychologist background, it was a great team that worked together to achieve the best outcomes for Clients, Clinical and NGO services.

The hardest part of the role was having the extra facilities and supports for the clients.
Communications needed to be effective in this role, collecting and putting together assessment report, monitoring progress of clients.

The most enjoyable part of this role was the satisfaction of making a difference to clients life and seeing them move forward in their recovery and reducing the number of re-admissions of clients.

The role made you have to think out of the square and put together the best care you could come up with.
Pros
good lunch’s at national coordination meetings
Cons
hardwork
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