Very progressive worl environment, andvery personable
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Step Down Unit, ICU, and Case Management – June 20, 2013
Technology is always changing, and MGH is on the keeping up with the times; in regards to electronic charting, and barcoding. To ensure safe patient care, and ongoing care in general. Great team work with the various specialties involved with taking care of the patients, and educating the family members, in disease process, and preventing frequent admissions. Very friendly staff, always accommodating. There is always resources for information, if one is unsure of policies and procedures. A manual is always available, electronic or finding a staff to provide needed information.
The absolute worst job i have ever had. The worst management team and a director who is just an empty suit. I really think if you got rid of a couple people and hired some new employees it could maybe be a decsent dept.
A typical day at work can either be really slow or extremely busy working in a hospital. Working with fun and motivated people really helped me get through my days at Mon Gen. The management is organized and understanding, which made things run smoothly.
I was employed here for over 4 years. Things started off well and eventually I chose to leave because I was unable to advance in my department due to management holding me back.
I am not sure why I was not able to advance in my field. I received praises from management, staff, and patients on my skill numerous times. When it came time for evaluations I was never able to reach marks to receive to promotions/raises. I felt that management held me back. They trusted me to train all new employees during their probation periods and I was always teaching my fellow co-workers on updated skills.
I felt that if I was trusted to do these things for them then I should be able to have promotions & raises.
I floated between 3 floors which was rather difficult in the beginning. Teamwork was a must in this type of pt care and everyone worked very hard ensuring every pt had great care. Management was very helpful and truely cared about not only the pts but the staff as well.
having anywhere up to twelve or more patients to take care of. Get along with the co-workers cooperate with management and follow guidelines, policies. getting along with co-workers- Team work having no team players When I can give quality care to patients
I wish I could give management negative stars, they don't care about their employees at all, Insurance id the worst I have ever had, the managers don't try to support the employees or do any investigations if there are complaints. The atmosphere at work is like being back in kindergarten. There is a lot of backstabbing that goes on at work, Although I made some good friends at work, I would not recommend this hospital to my worst enemy.
Benefits are good but how you have to use your time you earn is bad. If you are sick you have to come in sick and schedule the next day off. if you call in you will get wrote up. The policy should be equal to all departments. It should not be left up to the manager's. Some take their authority to extremes and is not fare to others.
Latest in technology and modern decor, awesome doctor attitudes and care for health concerns, but not the family atmosphere that it once was. It doesn't like to "rock the boat" by following through with rules and procedures and if employees do, it is like 'do this but don't do this' causing write ups to good workers.
trust them with my health concerns, great benefits, employee recognition, wellness program.
chain of command for minor things that have nothing to do with personal depart problems, employees work shorthanded at times.
Nutrition Service Aid (Former Employee) – Morgantown, WV – August 25, 2014
A typical day was full of hard work, the second I clocked in I had to empty all the trash, take it to the compactor and dump it. Then I had to clean up the small pile of pots, after I scrubbed the pots I swept the floors, in the kitchen and dining area, making sure to get under everything. After that I'd sweep and mop all the coolers, and go back to my sink to wash more pots and pans. After I was done I took two carts full of trays of patients food up to their floors and went on my lunch break. After lunch I had to quickly clean the pots and pans from tray line, then go to help clear the patient carts and clean the dishes, after I was done I would go sweep the floors again, took the trash out, do a rather large pile of pots and pans, putting away what I could through out the day, and mop/scrub the floors of the kitchen, break room, and food service area. After I was done I took a fifteen minute break and checked to make sure everything was locked up, put away, and cleaned. After that I'd take the trash to the compactor, take the boxes out, lock up, clock out, and leave.
five free drinks a day, discounted food, thirty minute lunch break, great healthcare
if morning shift called off you were stuck with two shifts worth of work, the hours of the shift, certain supervisors would not help you no matter how far behind you were.
You have to learn everything by yourself because people arent willing to show you. It takes 4-5 times of asking before they do. Pay needs to be more for amount of work done. Especially when you are the only phlebotomist in the whole hospital because someone called off and no one was called to come in and help.
management, communication, training period useless, not enough pay for amount of work
Overall, my experience with Mon General Hospital has been a great one so far. Good benefits, and from my personal experience, supervisors are willing to work around your personal schedule as long as it's within reason.
Plenty of work, not worried about being laid off ever
Phlebotomists (Current Employee) – Lab – June 19, 2014
Good place to work, lots of friendly people in every dept. Pay should be more for the amount of work done, and the managment needs to be more in tune with the employees. First place that I worked in my field and have learned a lot, no place like a fast paced hospital to hone your medical skills.
plenty of work, job security
managment out of touch, low pay for the amount of work