Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Bristol, PA – June 12, 2016
I am very grateful for my employment at Lower Bucks Hospital. My position is a good starting point for a career healthcare. You get to experience interacting with patients, nurses, doctors and other support staff. Working in the kitchen, there is a high turnover rate of workers. The basic duties of the job stay the same, but with the constant change in staff, the work environment is unpredictable. Lower Bucks Hospital gives you great health, dental, and vision benefits for their full-time employees.
Office Manager/Dietary Assistant (Former Employee) – Levittown, PA – May 9, 2016
I was at Lower Bucks Hospital for 15 years. I grew with the hospital and made many great friends that I still keep in contact with. I learned how to work along side of patients and their doctors and the nurses. I loved this job.
Medical Laboratory Technologist/Generalist (Current Employee) – Bristol, PA – April 17, 2016
It is a great place to work. They have competent management who cares about the employees. Employee turn over is low. It's definitely a good place to work if you are new to the field or if you are experienced.
mental health tech (Former Employee) – Bristol, PA – October 26, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to watch the transformation of the patients. They go from being mentally psychotic to being with it in sometimes a short amount of time. BEing able to be a support system to someone that doesn't have one is very rewarding,
A workplace that you can learn and grow while having fun at the same time with all the people around you.
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Bristol, PA – September 9, 2015
- it's more fun than having a bad day every time you go to work. - Learned a lot of different things that made me grow and better person. - The hardest part of the job is only when your not doing your job. - The most enjoyable part of the job is, the higher management is like your co-worker.
Productive place of business with a great team and staff.
Food Service, Nutrition, Host, Stock and Utility (Current Employee) – Bristol, PA – March 30, 2015
A typical day at workconsist of me prepping trucks at work to get ready to deliver to patients. We then line it up on the food line and match the meals with the orders then were on our way to deliver them to 4 wings of my hospital. We then return back downstairs to deliver late trays, and then after and hour of cleaning and prepping for dinner or lunch we head upstairs to bring the trucks back down to strip and take the dishes and silverware off. I then help the utility worker wash all the dishes used for that meal and we set up again for the next day or the next meal. Management are extrememly approachable and encourage hardwork. They are very supportive and motivating and do a good job running the Dietary unit. My coworkers are easy to get along with and provide help when ever needed. There is really no hard part to my of my job and the most enjoyable is the interaction with some of the patients, making there day with a little conversation or compliment to start there day of right.
nursing supervisor (Former Employee) – administration – February 15, 2015
This is the worst hospital on the east coast. I was in this position for 2 weeks and fired because i didnt get along with one other douchebag supervisor. Run from this company also, PRIME CORP. They dont care about nurses at all. St Marys is also a fraud. Lower bucks hospital doesnt pay and the staff that work their have been their over 20 years so if they dont like you, you will be fired. I would rather mop the floors at BK or WENDYS then work their..... RUN, RUN, RUN....
Night Shift RN (Former Employee) – Bristol, PA – September 10, 2014
Management is retaliatory and lacks knowledge. Mental Health techs and some nurses lazy. Part time supervisor takes out her short comings in life on staff. No communication. Staff only wants to get through the shift. Patients are made fun of and needs are ignored. Good place to lose your nursing licence.
RN (Former Employee) – Bristol, PA – February 12, 2014
Great nurses but horrible management. Almost no services left intact in the hospital and no doctors to work there. Very few patients in the hospital. No respect for the people who do the work and the knowledge they have. Very autocratic environment.
Emergency Room - RN (Current Employee) – Bristol, PA – April 18, 2013
I work 12 hour nightshift, typically I am charge, requiring a full assignment, plus the Crisis intake unit, as well as managing inflow and disposition of all patients. We don't have "management" at night, we do have a general Supervisor as a person to contact with any needs or problems. I work with incredible nurses, fortunately, we all work together as a team, and help each other out, always. Hardest part of this particular ER is multiple assignments and smaller staff numbers. I enjoy all my co-workers, and ER physicians, we have a common respect for each other and flow well together
It was enjoyable working in a hospital for the first time learning different aspect of pharmacy practice
Lead and trained Pharmacy Tech (Former Employee) – Bucks county, PA – February 17, 2013
Provided support to pharmacist staff as a graduate in filling and checking medication,crashed carts,being in the iv room preparing iv,TPN solution,heart kit,etc.... was a very exciting part of the job that i will never forget.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Bristol, PA – January 16, 2013
Lower Bucks was my first real job, it gave me a great start and a great learning expeirnce, a typical day was coming in filling carts to get the carts done for cart exchange at 3pm, doing hourly runs for new medication orders. My coworkers were amazing we all worked together, I did love going to work every day there.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Bristol – December 17, 2012
Lower Bucks Hospital was a negative experience demonstrating poor work ethic and pervasive lack of team work. While there are many great people the negativity is insidious and management does not have gumption to address it directly.