Greater Baltimore Medical Center is a very nice place to work. They are very attentive to their workers, there's advancement in the company regardless of your position.. just overall nice organization..
RN (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 17, 2016
This organization has a wonderful vision, "Treat your patient's as if they were your loved ones". No transparency, many silos, no growth unless you are liked. If you plan on working in this organization for a long time, move on to another. Their focus is to stay independent at the cost of the employee. Employees are silenced, urge to speak up, but when they do, beware!
Great patient care
Poor leadership from the top down for all departments.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Towson, MD – February 10, 2016
Greater Baltimore Medical Center is keenly interested in the health and safety of both patient and employee. However,solid management and leadership is lacking in many areas resulting in low moral and high turnover.
Productive and easy going. I have been with GBMC for 10 years and I have worked in a variety of units. This hospital allows growth.
Otolaryngology (Current Employee) – Towson, MD – December 8, 2015
My job is very flexible and easy going. I work with a productive staff and we work well as a team. Management is great. I started as a Nurse Support Tech in 2005. I have gained plenty of skills. I worked my way to be a staffing coordinator, traveling Tech, and now I work in Otolaryngology as assistant to the nurse.
finance (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – November 15, 2015
I work in an administrative area, we are treated completely differently from that clinical employees. It is well known who is valuable to the company, and it isn't the overhead. Upper management is NOT very transparent and do not communicate well. This is a known issue and management are constantly being trained on communication. In my area, there is very little upward mobility. They do not promote for performance, you need to apply to an open position. It would be difficult to see myself here in 2-3 more years because I am interested in advancement and it is very difficult for administrative positions here.
work/life balance, flexible schedule, always able to take off
no recognition for good work, no advancement opportunities, no communication
It was a step down unit from the ICU. It was pretty busy for the most part. Most of the time the unit would be full. Therefore I gained a lot of hands on experience as a nursing student.The nursing team was
During a typical work day, my co-workers and I work together as a team in order to demonstrate time management along with consistency of the work-flow. I have experienced working together can be somewhat of a challenge and rewarding; not hard. A challenge because of staying focus and moving the work through it's final completion. What I enjoy is at the end of the day, we manage to complete all of the work leaving none behind or stagnated.
Every so often, our employer supports the employees with a free lunch meal ticket.
The breaks are very relaxing, gives one the opportunity to re-group.
GBMC is a nice community hospital in which the patient comes first. The job was never overly stressful, and I rarely after kept that stress after clocking out. The hospital provides ample opportunities for employees, as I was able to transfer between departments for my own interest and personal growth.
A typical day at work at GBMC was always a positive experience, for the most part. ?The majority of co-workers were nice, friendly informative individuals. It was truly a family feel with exceptional team work. Management was not the best, but as for nurses and nursing support technicians, I couldn't have asked for a better team.
The staff to some degree are pleasant but the ones that are pleasant are not in charge. There are not a lot of educated rn with a bachelors degree but they seem to promote individuals who have less education and experience.
The atmosphere at this company is fun, loving and caring . It is a great Enviroment to work in....Love it!!!
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Owings Mills, Md – February 10, 2015
Typical day at work, is setting up and stocking my exam rooms. Triaging patients, inputting data, performing Injections, EKG's, doing Cultures, setting up the lab, pulling sending prescriptions off the Rx line, taking & receiving calls along with other administrative duties. I Always make myself accessible and available for my Doctor and co workers when needed. I enjoy the service of helping others or just putting a smile on someone face. My job is to Smile, be a listener, console, and provide and demonstrate a good work ethic.