Good place to work. Job culture was terrible for the department I was in. No professionalism, terrible attitude, the department basically ran itself unfortunately. No real communication from management unless you made a mistake or did something wrong. Poor training. It was more like someone's turf instead of a workplace.
I.S. Training Assistant/E.R. Registrar (Current Employee) – Beaufort, SC – May 1, 2017
A typical day at work here will leave you feeling exhausted and accomplished all at the same time. When you first start working here, you may feel that some coworkers are a little standoff-ish, but they warm up to you in time once they see how you work as an employee and they make sure you're not there just to collect a paycheck and act superior to anyone. The culture isn't necessarily robust, but it's not dead. All walks of life work there, and many are accepted (although it can take FOREVER to get a job response, so patience may have to be a virtue). The hardest part of the job for me is I sometimes feel limited in the learning opportunities I could obtain, being restricted to doing only certain things. But the most enjoyable part of the job is that we always take the time to celebrate the milestones with notoriety, or just throwing together a random potluck just because.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Beaufort, SC – April 27, 2017
Everyone got along well with each other and the Director was awesome and understanding. Nothing was asked to do something that they would not do themselves. If we were short staff the director would come out of the office and help.
Many great employees and people to work with. What is not enjoyable is the management and how incompetent they are. It's all in who you know and if you are buddies with the boss then you are good if not then you have your work cut out for you. Constant gossip, childishness and just downright high school behavior.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Beaufort, SC – March 6, 2017
Working in healthcare can be a challenging yet rewarding experience. Teamwork is a must in order to successfully handle all patient needs. I must be able to rely on my management team as well as my physicians in order to provide patients with best in class experiences. It can be difficult when having to run multiple providers of different specialties within the same. I look forward to building successful relationships with my patients and medical staff.
Registered Nurse in operating Room (Former Employee) – Beaufort, SC – March 3, 2017
I worked 8 hours monday thru friday. I learned a lot about endoscopy.And some circulating in the or. When I first started the management was hard but fair.With the new management it was more of a cliche.The hardest part of my job was some of the people. The most enjoyable part was working with the pationt and there family
There are no incentives to improve. Pay is based off of a bus system and u only get that incentive on one paycheck a year. 6 months have gone bye and no raise. Nice people and guaranteed hours, but it is a revolving door. Which then leads to more work for less people and no compensation for it.
Employee (Current Employee) – Beaufort, SC – January 21, 2017
Has many decent, caring people whom if managed properly could grow professionally and become assets to this organization. Employees are not held accountable for their performance and behavior, particularly physicians. New management is clueless regarding the culture that is woven into this organization. I wish them luck. The way they are going about turning this organization around will surely result in some of their best staff members seeking employment elsewhere.
I provided the administrative duties to the director of the maintenance department, as well as to the 12 (more or less) guys that worked in this department. I made appointments, took minutes, answered the telephone, maintained records, documents and payroll on the computer and directed contractors and all visitors to our department; as well as what ever came up.
I learned that I loved my job in working to help others.
My co-workers were awesome, and appreciated what I provided for them and what they did for me.
The hardest part of my job was keeping as busy as I like to be, and the most enjoyable part was the people I worked with.
Central transporter (Former Employee) – Beaufort, SC – December 11, 2016
small hospital and a lot of Gossip goes around that can be very distracting from the job at times. Other than that the people can be friendly, but don't know how to give constructive criticism. (so make sure you cross all you t's, dot all your i's and watch your back)
They will overwork you; as will any company so be prepared to stand your ground and fight for work life balance.
Benefits are great or at least the eye care was. I got a pare of glasses that were scratch proof and tint for like $30.
The hardest part of the job was dealing with bitter co-workers that just want to complain.
Bests part of the job was night shift, had more of a family atmosphere and helping people.
I am very proud to say that I work at BMH everyone here has a smiling face and provide very positive atmosphere .The team work is amazing and every department .And best of all every patients and family member that go there have a wonderful experience they have no doubt that they receive the best care possible from the attentive and knowledgeable staff
Assistant Director of Public Relations & Marketing (Former Employee) – Beaufort, SC – March 6, 2016
A great place to work and a great place to have a baby : ). I have never met a group of people in a healthcare setting that cared more about each other and their patients than the staff, doctors, volunteers and employees of Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Excellent healthcare.