Former (Former Employee) – Virginia – December 15, 2016
I was treated very poorly by my "preceptor" while there and blamed for others' mistakes. Management did not want to know the truth about the preceptor who yelled at me for asking questions and refused to clarify specific questions thus setting me up to fail. They pay well due to it being such a hostile place to work at.
RN (Former Employee) – Culpeper, VA – December 31, 2015
Over-all very good. Left for personal health reasons a few years ago.Those have been resolved after surgery. Pay was very acceptable. Staffing was limited. I have seen this while visiting other hospitals.
Rehabilitation Technician (Former Employee) – Culpeper, VA – November 17, 2015
Therapists are always wiling to teach and help you understand the reasons behind a patient's plan of care. A great director who cared about her department and all of her employees, her door was always open if you ever need to talk to her in regards to work or personal. Always something to do, fast paced, and fun work environment
Tech (Former Employee) – hospital – December 29, 2014
I was treated very poorly by my "preceptor" while there and blamed for others' mistakes. Management did not want to know the truth about the preceptor who yelled at me for asking questions and refused to clarify specific questions thus setting me up to fail. They pay well due to it being such a hostile place to work.
A typical day at CRH is either slow or busy. I have learned to provide exceptional care to patients. Also, I have learned better techniques in Phlebotomy. My director is very easy to approach and she is always encouraging feed back and ideas from her staff, ideas to help us grow and provide the best care possible. My co-workers are just as compassionate in this field as I am. We all possess the same goals and compassion in health care. The hardest part of this job is struggling to get hours, because I am, currently a non-benefit PRN employee. The most enjoyable part of this job is being able to help others and helping patients get the medical attention and proper care needed to get well, lab work is among the first steps to identify the type of care they need.
It is an ok place to come and get a little experience in healthcare field. Many of the Nurses, CNA’s, Technicians, are great to work with, but are frequently taken advantage of by the Directors, and above. Having said that many of the Nurses and Nursing support staff truly do try to make sure that patent care is still provided. Management is defiantly tattoo prejudice. They seem to be more worried about telling employees to cover their tattoos up then patent care. It’s not the worst place to work.
mostly great doctor to work with, many are very knowledgeable, and seem to want to provide quality care, the hospital has come a long way from what it used to be like
management is defiantly tattoo prejudice, they seem to be more worried about telling employees to cover their tattoos up then patent care, staffing levels are poor, alot of talking of people behind their backs, 12 hr shift are more like 13hr shifts.
Employment Coordinator (Current Employee) – Culpeper, VA – August 9, 2012
We provide services to our community with care, competence, compassion and courtesy!
COMPASSIONATE PEOPLE, EXTRAORDINARY CARE
I've worked at CRH for 14+ years in many capacities - CRH has given me the chance to learn and grow in several different departments. I enjoy going to work each day and feel like I have very stable employment. My co-workers are lots of fun and I feel very rewarded by the services we provide to our community!
competetive benefits, tuition assistance, on-site uniform sales with payroll deduction, access to continuing education, free on-site parking
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Culpeper, VA – July 3, 2012
This hospital as most tries to do care with the minimum amount of staff. 12 hour shifts are usually 13 to 14 hour shifts. The staff is very clickish and does not embrace new employees. A typical day at work requires constant work and little time to document. The best part of the job was caring for the patients. Management expects public relations so if one patient complains about you even tho you have done your best to satisfy them, management comes down on you and we all know that sometimes people just love to complain. In those cases a normal setting would understand and switch assignments as I did when I was in charge. You will rarely get lunch. Way too much constant emphasis on cost and not enough on patient.