Staff Accountant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 15, 2017
I have stayed almost 3.5 years. There was no opportunity to grow and the higher management did not pay attention to the employee's problem and that was why middle management took the advantage of doing what they like.
If the opportunity came across should take the job
Intake Coordinator / Behavior Health Services (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 10, 2017
Poor Management....The culture is always changing. There is not a typical day in the Austin area. I learned how to start a department and engage in the community. At one time this was a learning environment. This is no longer the case.
Network Engineer (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 22, 2017
Management is more concerned with fault finding and placing blame rather than providing staff with clear direction and equipping them with the tools needed to succeed. Vendors are never paid on time making it difficult to obtain needed equipment and services.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 5, 2017
If they GET a new CNO and CEO the hospital would be better. They have the nerve to be racist working in a African american community hospital. They both talk down to people because they feel that they can. Also patients are not treated properly, they are just another dollar.
Productice place with lots of good benefits for the employees
CHHA (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – April 30, 2017
Loretta is a good place to work if you like to stay on your feet. The management isn't bad and the benefits offered are very useful. Loretto also had tuition reimbursement and encourages employees to further there education
Management operates on the level of a 4th grade schoolyard
Behavioral Health Specialist (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 12, 2016
Nothing good to say about how things have turned over the last 6 months. The job has been taken over by a cartoon character that has no management experience. Job is not worth the money. The compensation is not up to par with the workload or lack of leadership.
Behavioral Health Nurse (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 11, 2016
Charge nurse duties include distribution of daily assignment to co-workers according to their specific job description and credentials. Administration of medications to patients with mental illnesses and monitor them for possible adverse reaction to psychotropic medications. Provide assessments, planning, implementation, and evaluation of patient's progress. Maintain a safe and therapeutic environment for all stake holders. Provide clear and concise communication to promote quality improvement and patient safety.
Collaborate among all health care team members to provide each patient with quality care and increase patient satisfaction. Provide leadership skills to maintain unity and team work among co-workers. Complete daily chart audits to identify areas documentation that need to be addressed and staff educated on proper documentation techniques.
The most enjoyable part of my job is advocating for the needs of the our patients. The hardest part of the job is seeing patients readmitted in less that 3-4 weeks because of medication compliance after they have been discharged from the hospital. I have learned that it is vital that coworkers work as a team.
Productive work environment that provided growth in the Emergency setting
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 5, 2016
To provide optimal care overall in an Emergency environment. To interact with all health care professionals in order to enhance the current health status of patients across the age range spectrum. Enhance and ensure that all aspects of heath where immediately addressed.
In house training and certifications.
Not enough staff members to assist in health emergencies.
Intern Key Competencies (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 17, 2016
Productive and eciting place to work. Employee are very nice and easy to get along with. Some days are slow and other days are really bussy. The managment team is excellent. I learn a lot from the ladies in the laboratory. The hardest part of the job is drawing blood from a patient when you can't find their veins but that comes along with the job. I enjoyed interacting with the patient and the employees.
Mental Health Specialist (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 14, 2016
Loretto Hospital. appears to have a problem attracting quality employees. This is because of previous incidents in the Behavior Health Department. The culture in that area, should be addressed. But, I think when they bring in new management, they have good ideas but unable to implement because of the culture of people that are present. This has been mention repeatedly in senior management meetings but to no avail nothing has change. It also appear to have an effect on the people in the community.
The food is great, (for the employees). But the food for the patients needs a serious over haul.
Changing of the CEO and recruit other ethnicities (Doctor), for service