Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 11, 2016
not well managed under the housekeeping department, but overall the experience was fun, and refreshing. because of the fact that I was in housekeeping, the staff was not as dedicated to maintaining the area as they are assigned.
Patient Registration Representative (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 4, 2016
Progressive work place. Always changing to increase patient volume and meet the needs of the patients. Management is accessible. Vey high volume enjoy meeting new people. the hardest part of the job is dealing with difficult patients.
PCA, medical assistant and cna (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 26, 2016
Not a good place to work always laying off or bumping no job security even for those with over ten years. Okay pay. Great pto. Management is horrible, do not care about patient care. Some nurse are okay. Vitals every four hours draw blood do ekgs and EMR. Assist in personal care and what ever the nurses may ask I'm between your other duties.
No job security will lay you off or bump you around
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 20, 2016
Kaleida has great benefits and fair pay. It is currently trying to change it's culture to a more effective and friendly workplace. Kaleida's demands of employees has grown but change, like in most atmospheres, is difficult to accept by some staff. There measures will most likely lead to success. This is a fast paced atmosphere, much is expected of you. Do not come here if you want to skate by.
Office Supervisor - Lead Staffing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 27, 2016
I have great coworkers along with great pay and benefits.I enjoy my day to day tasks and love what I do for a career. I have been with the company for over two years and have had two different positions while still currently working there.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 2, 2016
A typical day at BGMC was usually hectic and overwhelming due to the fact that we were understaffed. Very rarely did I have less than six patients at a time and that was on a good day. I have taken care of nine busy sickly patients and then had to leave the unit to do CAPD which left the other two or three nurses to cover my patients. Working on a med/surg floor I most certainly learned alot. We got a wide variety of people, from having a minor aliment to full blown vegetative state requiring total care which is time consuming. One of the best parts of working for Kaleida was meeting some amazing people from co-workers to patients. I loved interacting with my patients and hearing so many different life stories.