Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – phoneix, MD – December 15, 2017
I would not recommend working here, they do not care about their employees. well at least some of the smaller offices. one in particular. don't get me wrong there are some good offices , but the pay will always suck and don't even think about asking for a raise. also GBMC is slightly racist . so just a heads up
nursing support technician (Former Employee) – Towson, MD – November 22, 2017
very caring staff that gives great service ... this is my moms favorite hospital I worked on the telemetry unit ... I enjoyed caring for the patients . I had a great team of nurses and nursing support tech to work with
The team worked well together as a group dynamic. First and foremost, I have grateful to the many people who have mentored, modeled, and taught us the meaning of teamwork during the externship period. I accomplished a specific task that is related to the common goal of the team. Conversation and meeting with resonant leaders leave us as members to feeling excited about being part of the team an encouraged about our new tasks.
relationship positive and empowering lead to feeling of trust and growth
RN (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 16, 2017
I was working in PCU unit which by the nature of it is more stressful than most other units. At least that is what I was told by the people working there, since I personally did not float to other units often. People working there ware fair, great management and over all job was educational and rewarding.
Working night shift you get to miss a lot of day shift drama
Day shift drama that you can get at times from few unhappy nurses
Engineer (Former Employee) – Towson, MD – October 6, 2017
Beware, extremely hostile work place. Threatened with violence - twice. Even once by a contractor. Management did nothing to enforce their policy against violence in the work place. Favoritism, bias and collusion are the norm. You can give your knowledge and experience, it's not worth anything.
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Towson, MD – September 26, 2017
this is a great company to work for to start out in the health care field but not to grow, there's a lot of favoritism here. Managers lie to get you in a a position, I l enjoyed my co workers but once I became promoted and moved to the owings mills location I hated coming to work, I think the off site locations are the worst places to work for, if you get into GBMC go into the actual hospital. When I was there I had no issues and loved my job it wasn't until I was at the owings mills campus did I realize the management do whatever they want and aren't helpful.
Clean environment, go green and Saving Lives Always
Lab Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Towson, MD – September 22, 2017
My work day consist taking on plenty of problems,issues and concerns from Doctors,Nurse,Patients and even our staff members. this my duty as a Customer service representative. The hardest part of my job is dealing with different attitudes
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Emergency Department – September 5, 2017
Many management changes have created confusion and insecurity for this employee. Patient care standards and quality seems to not be the focus. It is understandable that the reimbursement rules and political climate guide management decisions. This, however, results in frustration when this RN must juggle managing their expectations while attempting to provide nurturing, unhurried patient care. There's a disconnect between management goals and compassionate bedside nursing care. This perspective is based on the last 13 years I have been working in the Emergency Department at GBMC.