I learned a lot. Able to work with other,I moved on.diffenent department .environimental services.transporter.distribution.and lead security. 25 years. Rwj barnabas health working with lots of peoples . Helping other knowing you doing a great job.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – July 19, 2017
The merger with Barnabas Health had a tremendous effect on Robert Wood Johnson University Health employees. Layoffs were constant, morale was very low, communication was non-existent. It was a wonderful place to work at when it was Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital!
Clinical Care Technician (Former Employee) – Somerset, NJ – July 18, 2017
Great place to work and build your experience. Room for advancement is narrow in lower positions; I don't know about higher up positions. Overall, if you go in with a positive mood, your days at work will be positive and I really enjoyed my time here!
Despite having a degree, excellent evaluations, advancing is difficult. I have been employed with the company for 6 years and have not reached the level i should be at despite submission of internal applications
RN (Current Employee) – Belleville, NJ – July 13, 2017
For the amount of work, dysfunction and lack of support employees have to deal with, the pay scale is not worth it. Resources, equipment, supplies and assistance is at its minimum. Physicians and department directors have no respect for nurses.
Information Security Analyst/Windows Engineer (Former Employee) – West Orange, NJ – July 12, 2017
This is a good company to work for. It is healthcare so it's very stressful. Very demanding and not much for work/life balance. Despite the demanding nature, it is very fulfilling to know that what you do help to save lives.
Head Emergency Techician (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – July 10, 2017
They thought me a lot when I was working there. Great place to work if you like fast paced. The stuff is great the doctors and nurses are great. And I'm was told that I will always have a job there because I'm a good worker.
Clinical Care Technician (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – July 10, 2017
It was amazing to be apart of this facility for 7 years. I have build my skills and learned everything I need to know to save lives on the open heart floor as well as the trauma unit. I recommend this facility to work at as well as to be treated with any illness. It was my pleasure to serve my time here.
High Risk Antepartum Nurse (Current Employee) – Livingston, NJ – July 4, 2017
SBMC is full of friendly faces and smiles. Most people in the wide variety of departments that keep the hospital running are happy to come to work. Management is very strained due to many unrealistic corporate expectations. The hardest part of the job as a nurse is the corporate culture that leads to unrealistic demands of short-staffed departments.
ER Registrar (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – June 27, 2017
A typical day at my job would include walking into an Emergency Room full of patients looking for the fastest service. I've learned to have patience which each and every patient that walks into the Emergency Room. I've also learned not every situation is the same and should be helped differently. The hardest part of each and every day would have to be not bringing some of the pain home and just learning to let go.