Staff Nurse Crisis Intervention (Current Employee) – New London, CT – August 2, 2017
Every corner you turn there is another employee saying hello to you. This is the first place I have ever worked where most of the employees show they are happy rather than not wanting to be there. The work environment is overall positive. Good compensation rates.
I can't say enough good things about my time at LMH! My work there was challenging, but I was compensated at or slightly above market value. Management (CIO) was competent, and they put their good values in action. I would still be there except for a desire to live in a larger city.
Challening work, competent management, college town
Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – New London, CT – June 21, 2017
I've seen many people in clinical areas be promoted to leadership positions. Being that hospitals are driven by nursing, I have not seen many promotions within administrative non-clinical areas. I believe that now that the hospital is affiliated with Yale New Haven Health System, we should see a lot of positive changes within the culture of L+M. I also think the new CEO of L+M is a wonderful addition and will make positive changes in our community hospital. He seems to really care about the people who work at L+M and wants to get a pulse on the organization as a whole.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – New London, CT – June 6, 2017
Knowledgeable, friendly coworkers. Stressful at times but management willing to help out. The most difficult was the 24 hour call on weekends. However, if working call at night, eight hours of sleep time was given, paid.
0530 as Charge, I make assignments for 2 other and myself. We are a 175 bed hospital. We are a small dept. with a balanced workload, with great respect for each other. There is a healthy mix of being very busy & being slow (summer). Voted top 100 of hospitals our size for the last 4 yrs.
Emergency Department Volunteer (Former Employee) – New London, CT – April 20, 2017
I cant really review this company because I never worked for them. I only participated as a volunteer at the Emergency Room which was a good experience since I got to understand how an efficient place should run.
Overall the experience is satisfactory. Management is average and I would say we are taken care of. For being a smaller hospital with a more intimate atmosphere it is a pretty good place to work and a good place to kind of get to know many people you will be communicating with throughout the departments.
The one downfall of being at a small facility is at times working understaffed or being asked to take care of more patients than almost physically possible in the time allotted. We still make do, however, if we had a little more time with our patients, I think patient care results would be better.
Good place to work wanted to try something different.
Food Service I (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – March 8, 2017
Started my day at 4:45 am Monday - Friday. Had to work every third weekend. Job required duties varied from day to day. I fixed entrees, salads, desserts, special functions, basically all duties assigned for that shift.
Worker (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – February 26, 2017
Co-workers are great! Management lacks significantly. Benefits are OK. Pay is still below what other hospitals offer. Not good with furthering education for non-physicians. Close to home, but not worth the stress and lack of respect from management and some physicians.
I have always enjoyed working here. By far when of the best places I have worked at. Everyone here is really nice and always greet you with a smile. I would recommend other people to work here as well.