Locum Physiologist (Former Employee) – Norwich – 19 December 2017
Lorn and Islands hospital is a lovely place to work. Friendly local people and excellent staff. The hardest part is trying to stick to the expected time per echo, despite the no-echocardiography related tasks that take valuable time of your expected 40 minutes per patient (ie pulling wheelchair, fixing the furniture arrangements to let it enters the room, helping patient to dress and undress, helping patient to go to toilet, etc) The most enjoyable part of the job is to serve such a lovely people and learn from each case. The machine is a new brand high end one (my favourite machine).
Locum Radiographer (Current Employee) – Midlands – 24 March 2016
I'm currently working for Globe Locums in a locum assignment in the midlands. I recently changed over agencies after being referred to them by a friend. I could not be happier with my move! After having a rough first locum assignment via another agency I had started to think perhaps locuming wasn't for me, but then Globe stepped in! Great team! Will be using them for the rest of my locum career I'm sure!! Thanks guys, from a loyal Radiographer. BH x
Director and Owner (Current Employee) – London – 19 March 2016
Globe is a lot of fun to work at. We take our jobs seriously and pride ourselves on helping our candidates and clients achieve their goals. We work hard and have a great, tight knit team that looks after each other as well. It's a seriously great place to work.
Efficient and cooperative managenment who tailor the job to the individual.
Sonographer (Current Employee) – London, U.K. – 8 June 2015
Scanning up to 20 patients per day. I learned surveillance of vascular grafts. Management are tremendous. Co-workers are really helpful. The hardest part of the job is maintaining schedule when patients are late. The most enjoyable part of the job is when patients express gratitude for the service performed.