Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – June 24, 2017
Very much appreciate the culture of excellence. RN's working here have opportunity for great career experience. Much growth and change occurs periodically with this facility which lends itself to opportunity to engage between departments and within the community that Hurley serves. It has a dynamic quality about it.
"Nursing Assistant" (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – June 21, 2017
great enviornment love going to work wiht great people work first shift so Im in and out • Experienced de-escalation tactics • Certified in Basic Life Support CPR/AED • Experienced in documentation of incident reports
Charge Nurse, RN (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – June 1, 2017
Low income area with the ED being a primary source of healthcare for most residents of the area. The job is taxing some days but coworkers and lower management make the job more rewarding. Great learning environment, its the only level one trauma center in the area. Fast paced work environment but is also a teaching hospital, great for learning trauma. Large emergency department with a dedicated pediatric emergency department with pediatric trained staff.
Medical Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – May 23, 2017
It was a great learning opportunity and the doctors and front office staff were very helpful. I learned a lot from the ones that were willing to help, the other departments within the hospital worked well the Ob/Gyn clinic to provide excellent customer service.
Great Learning Enviorment and Helpful and Friendly Front Office.
The office manager was not truthful, and was not willing to help the front desk personal.
The current adminstration & union are at odds, causing turmoil in the workplace.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – May 22, 2017
-turmoil in the workplace -administration continues to take from the nursing staff, including the pettiness of removing parking. Which stands primarily empty. Causing staff to park across the street from the hospital. Keep in mind this is a high crime rate area.
Friendly staff, as of now competitive pay.
Turmoil between union members adminstration with threats to drastically cut benifits.
Registered Nurse, Emergency Department (Current Employee) – Flint Michigan – May 22, 2017
Hurley medical center services a large under represented community. it is a fast paced environment with multiple competing priorities that is continually changing. The emergency department has a strong teamwork ethic that begins the moment you start. It is a great place to learn.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – May 19, 2017
A great hospital to work. Most staff are supportive, with great team work. I've been very lucky to be employed at this hospital and thank you for the opportunity. I have learned to much and will be able to apply the knowledge further in my career.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – April 20, 2017
Lots of things have changed they are now the lowest paid hospital in the county. The cna only make $10 and management keeps changing in the departments. The only upside is you have great hardworking people to work with
Good location if you in flunt
Terrible pay if you dont have a degree and 2 years before a raise if your pt time
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – March 28, 2017
Only volunteered with Hurley. The supervisors were great. The regular employees have side hustles. I like the environment that is healthy. I like the ease of access. I like the sense of security offered.
Work environment is at times hostile and vidictive. Lack of cohesiveness between administration and management to nursing staff,
Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – March 23, 2017
I work 12 1/2 hour shifts that turn into 14 hour days. I spend the majority of my shift on my feet working at fast pace with multiple tasks and responsibilities to manage. Difficult to take breaks and lunches due to acuity of care. The relationships between nursing staff and nursing managenemnt and administration of the hospital is rapidly declining. I love my bedside patient care and continue to have a strong passion for nursing.
i have gained a lot of experience at hurley It is a level one trauma center, i got experience in every field.i was able to go on a medical mission with one of the surgeons to the dominican republic. best experience ever. i dont know if i could of gone if not working at hurley to have that opportunity.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – March 17, 2017
patient care:carried out dr's orders, gave medication, started IV's, baths, did changing of dressings, wound care, etc.. all people deserve good health care. providing a caring environment helps people heal faster. its good for physical and mental health. management: responsible for supervision of other nurses, nurse aids, unit clerks. leadership. made patient assignments for staff responsible for the day to day management of floor continuity. pleasant place to work with good co-worker cooperation and working together to give good patient care. long hours on feet, lifting patients and turning them. helping others to regain their health and care for them in the process brings satisfaction to the care giver.