Revenue Integrity Specialist (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA 23227 – February 24, 2017
I have enjoyed working for Bon Secours, but wish to spread my wings. The workplace culture is positive and helps with personal development. The system leaders can be limited in changing work flows to better facilitate productivity
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – July 25, 2016
Management promises anything to families to get them in the door, then cannot honor these commitments. Staffing is poor and there is no organization. Lower level management cannot make any decisions or changes without upper management approval. Upper management does not seem to know what is going on. Employees come and work as they please (come late and leave early). I see no accountability.
Security Officer (Full-time) (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 10, 2017
A typical day at work starts by opens hospital building door, daily monitoring thru out the hospital building either walking or thru videos monitoring. Driving around the hospital parking lot. The hardest part of the job is taking body down to the morgue.
Athletic Trainer (Current Employee) – Yorktown, VA – February 2, 2017
Start time is an hour or hour an half before school lets out to do documentation or other admin work. Treatments and rehabs follow immediately after school is let out and then after an hour so of that practice and/or game coverage begins.
The hospital is a great place to work. The mission is to be "good help" and that's what we provide". The CEO is awesome and supportive. The benefit and leave package is amazing. Community Works is my favorite program.
Accounting Assistant (Former Employee) – Grosse Pointe, MI – November 1, 2016
I started off processing mail and then took a position billing insurance companies. I then took a position as an accounting clerk. I am so grateful for this company and all the experience I gained. I worked with a wonderful group. Bon Secours was a wonderful place to work.
RRT (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – January 24, 2017
Ive been an employee for over 10 years. The staff is fantastic. Love the patient population. We have periods of being understaffed (like most hospitals) but the teamwork is amazing. Everyone works well together.
Central Sterile Technician (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – December 1, 2016
a lot of work and lack of staff, 2nd shift like in any hospital is a high demand time. the co workers are mostly travelers and are very helpful. I have been with the company 5 years and is currently a team leader and I love my job
Inpatient Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 5, 2015
Tech supervisor is hard to deal with but I don't know how longer she will be there. Going through a transitional phase right now, morale is low now but usually is very high. Lots of very experienced technicians and pharmacists. Upper pharmacy management is good. Very little competitiveness, everyone is really willing to teaching you anything you want to know, but be careful, the more you know the more your schedule gets jerked around. Great pay and benefits, if your willing to sacrifice your home/family life.
Great co-workers, Great pay! Up to date technology, get to leave the pharmacy at the door when you leave!
NP (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 3, 2016
Dedicated staff but feel the talk about mission is just that, talk. Bon Secours likes getting paid despite their non-profit status. Case in point, Redskins deal with Richmond City. Also in the last year, Bon Secours has added half a dozen new upper level management/administrators to the medical group while the entire organization is under a 'budget crunch' . Seems like an odd sense of priorities while we can't hire diabetic educators and get the supplies we need. Incompetent and unprofessional people/managers keep their jobs based on who they know regardless of complaints.
Opportunity to move around in organization
Mediocre pay, Vacation also includes federal holidays
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – November 8, 2016
i love this place of work very much you grow to to handle pressure well. This hospital is not just a hospital its a place of love and care. the PCTs and nurses are a family from a distants they listen, they understand and they care.