QEII is a great place to work because it offers work, life balance with flexibility and opportunity to engage the community around you and the patients we work for. An opportunity to be a bigger part of an ever changing, constantly improving, health care system.
The QEII is a great representation of East Coast friendliness. Coming from Ontario, I feel like I was greeted with open arms and truly made to feel part of the family here where I work. I’m a sleep technologist in the Sleep Disorders Lab. Everyone from management, to colleagues, to the housekeeping, to the cafeteria to security makes me feel like I am part of a team. And I get to treat East Coast people! What an amazing job!
The QEII is a special place to work as I just started in March and the staff are friendly. I always enjoy coming in and seeing their smiling faces every day.
I currently work full time as an LPN at the NSRC. I believe that this is a special place to work because I get to see people admitted to the floor in a wheelchair and sometimes end up walking home with just a cane or completely independent. The nursing staff along with the health care team are great to work with and are very informative. Being able to see the patient, at times, fully recover is something that a lot of other units do not have the opportunity to see. For that reason I am very grateful to be able to work at the QEII. I look forward to working at the QEII for years to come.
I love working here and find it very special that we are able to help so many patients improve their quality of life. Working in the Rehabilitation center has helped me grow as a person. Seeing all of the special work and special patients in our building and able to see patients improve while working here has been a life lesson, and a special gift. I’ve had some really great patients who will forever have a place in my heart. You really truly value your own life and health, and want to help others enjoy theirs as well.