Former Worker (Former Employee) – Wenatchee, WA – May 22, 2014
The hours for part time workers are terrible. You don't make enough money for all the stuff you put up with. Management has changed in the past few years and has gotten very bad. The management is sexist and prefers male workers over females. Actually harasses and tries to intimidate female workers. The workers there are not friendly to each other. There is a lot of gossiping and talking behind each other's backs. There are bullying problems that the management ignores. The job itself is not a bad one. The duties are fairly normal and the customers are alright.
Staff Nurse through Clinical Manager (Former Employee) – Wenatchee, WA – April 10, 2014
Daily operations and clinical management in the Operating room 11 rooms. Grew from a staff nurse when hired through CV coordinator (new service) to OR educator to Manager. Learned organization, problem solving, patience. My Director was awesome and with me for the entire 16 years I worked there. Co Workers worked well as a team Hardest part of job...dealing with difficult staff. Fun and talented team of people, made each day a great day to be there.
close working relationship with providers and staff.
Cardiac Sonographer (Former Employee) – Wenatchee, WA – October 10, 2013
I worked here for my first year as a sonographer. It is a small hospital despite construction of the five story tower a few years ago. Great place to work. Typical feast or famine hospital work environment. Nice equipment to use. All digital facility.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Wenatchee, WA – June 17, 2012
Hospital is in debt. Management is getting rid of staff who do not see eye-to-eye with management. Not allowed to question changes. Getting rid of experienced personnel and replacing them with new graduates(this is nursing staff) to care for very sick patients. This process has has everyone upset including the hospitalists. Director of Care Managment is constantly making changes, wants the department to work as a team, but does not allow any input from any of her staff in re: to the changes. Throughout the hospital, morale is low, productivity and efficiency is down. There have been a large number of lay-offs over the past 6-months. If you are not a "yes person" then you either change or you go out the door.
free lucnes are extremely rare
staff members rarely get their breaks. they really have to work at arranging their breaks.