Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 20, 2018
Bon Secours expects employees to be enthusiastically engaged but that’s difficult when pay for non clinical employees is below market. I worked as an administrative assistant for 9 years and made less than $40,000.
RN Charge Nurse/staff nurse (Former Employee) – Ashland, KY – November 9, 2017
worked with a great group of co-workers, teamwork was fantastic. Management not concerned with patient care as much as patient satisfaction. Although patient satisfaction is important, it should not interfere with patient care
VOLUNTEER (Current Employee) – Midlothian, VA – November 8, 2017
Some of the best people you'll meet in Midlothian are here at Bon Secours. I serve the hospital as a volunteer, assisting with mostly patient discharges. We get great support from hospital staff and each year there are several events to show volunteer appreciation.
Patient care Associate (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – November 7, 2017
Working for Bon secours I was excited like OMG its bon secours but once I started ppl was not friendly that are very competitive and no one wants you to get a head of them the pay sucks to be bon secours.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Warwick, NY – November 3, 2017
A typical work day consisted of bed side report, than I would assess my patients and make sure everyone was safe. Next I would plan out my day on when to give meds, when to educate, and what tasks needed to be done. Management was great, always very helpful and everyone worked as a team.
The team is not really a team the director has too many people off track and not knowing how to make things work. The NP needs to be able to do her own job and stay out of others and front desk person needs some training. There's too many things the counselors do that takes away from their positions.