I used to be the dietitian here...
Pros: small hospital, cozy, friendly staff, computer charting
Cons: questionable management, bad pay, poor benefits, hard time to cover for vacation or sick time
The hospital is very quaint and nice making for a very comfortable and cozy work place. It was just remodeled not too long ago (a few years). Being the former RD here was great because you had a lot of input on how to do your work (this was with the prior director of nutrition services). The rough part is that you are the only RD on the floors, meaning it is hard on vacations or if you call in sick the work load falls back on yourself when you come back. The pay was definitely not the best (this could be different now). As far as charting, it is now computerized so this should be a plus. There is always room to move up in this company because it seems as though they are always losing some type of manager from one of their hospitals and always asking the RD's if they want the promotion. Overall, good place to start off your RD career but bad place to stay long term.