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Anyone here work as a Patient Transporter in the hospital before (the ones that push patients from room to room) ? if so, give (ANY) info you guys have about it please, thanks!! 1. $$ 2. Job duties ...
1 answers - Asked By: cheizy - 4/22/2008
I was offered this position at a job fair at my school, but the recruiter was not very detailed in his description of the position. (I do not have a to drive any vehicles so this would all be INSIDE ...
1 answers - Asked By: xtraluvly03 - 3/1/2007
Has anyone worked at a hospital as a patient transporter? I was thinking of working as one because I will be a nurse someday, and will need some experience in the hospital, and to have at least 1 foot...
2 answers - Asked By: cheizy - 9/11/2007
Im going to be a full time student and was thinking of working...20 hours a week. So i wanted work at a hospital part time as a patient transporter. How does that work? are hospital hours flexible...
1 answers - Asked By: 012victory - 10/5/2011
I want to get a job as a patient transporter at my nearby hospital and I'm wondering if they drug test because it doesn't seem like they would need to be screened for drugs. My sister works as a nurs...
3 answers - Asked By: aceskater12 - 1/12/2012
Okay so I'm going to college to become a RN. (Registered Nurse) But till then.. if there any types of jobs in hospitals that don't require a certificate. Where I'm working now has nothing to do wit...
2 answers - Asked By: Lae'ula - 8/3/2011
I'm a pre-nursing student looking to get into working in a hospital setting for both exposure and experience. This summer, I really want to work as an aide at my local hospital. One of the hospital...
2 answers - Asked By: singdancerunlife - 3/17/2010
I am a 22 year old male who cant get a grant to go to college.I want to work at a hospital and dont know what to do.Could I go volenteer there and maybe give a good impression and get a job?
2 answers - Asked By: - 9/24/2012
Im 22 years old. I have decided that the health industry is what I will pursue in life. I am goin to college this fall to study Fitness Instruction/Physical Education Theory, so I want to get some hea...
1 answers - Asked By: akk061286 - 6/27/2008
Anyone here work as a Patient Transporter in the hospital before? if so, give (ANY) info you guys have about it please, thanks!! 1. $$ 2. Job duties 3. How hard is it, fun? enjoyable? etc etc. S...
1 answers - Asked By: cheizy - 4/22/2008
Just have a few questions. I got laid off from my previous job of three years (20 years old now) and a good friend of my mom's is the director of housekeeping and transportation of patients throughout...
2 answers - Asked By: blk600cc - 9/28/2009
I want to be a nurse in the future. Should I keep my job as a RCA( Resident Care Associate) at a assisted living facility or accept the job offer as a patient transporter in the hospital that I have a...
2 answers - Asked By: - 2/9/2013
I recently applied for a job as a patient transporter at a local hospital, and I have an interview next Tuesday. The job description says: POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for the safe, timely and...
4 answers - Asked By: singdancerunlife - 3/16/2010
I was talking to a guy who said the hospital he works at was hiring patient transporters...he said I only need a high school diploma and he said I should apply there first since I told him I wanted to...
3 answers - Asked By: Moka San - 6/9/2013
I'm considering getting a job in a hospital as a patient transporter. I was curious to see what this job entitles. I also would like to know other things such as what are the chances of getting sick a...
1 answers - Asked By: Cami - 7/10/2010
Im 17 and i really want to get a summer job related to healthcare somehow, but also one that makes decent money. i was thinking of either cvs or getting a job at the hospital as a patient transporter?...
1 answers - Asked By: amanda n - 5/3/2008
As in safely transporting patients and medical equipment to various departments.
3 answers - Asked By: Enigma - 11/26/2010
At my current job, I make $12.73 per hour, so would it be outrageous to ask for 13-15 dollars per hour? The transporter job opening is only for 4 hours a week, so I feel like it's a waste of my time ...
1 answers - Asked By: cottonheaded_ninnymugget - 10/20/2013
I want to go college for something in the medical field, but I'm not sure what exactly in the medical field. I'm not looking for something that would rely a lot on communication skills, as I have a s...
2 answers - Asked By: Sym-YA - 8/18/2007
Are they confusing and difficult, or is it a good first job to have? Can someone explain a day at work for a transporter?
1 answers - Asked By: - 1/28/2013
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