Special Procedures Imaging Nurse (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – July 17, 2017
I enjoyed the fast paced work in critical care and should have stayed their instead of going to Radiology where the manager had no clue what nurses do in that department. I wrote all policies and procedures for nursing them she hired a nurse with no interest in the position
This organization has a Human Resource Department that does absolutely nothing. They will pretend to care about issues you may have then not only do nothing about it but repeat everything you have said (including sharing your name) with management who in turn repeats the information to others (including the person you had issues with). Then you are retaliated against. Even though they say they have a no retaliation policy. The managers come and go as they please and one or two in particular who had numerous complaints against them by numerous employees at various locations received no disciplanary action. They continue to treat employees bad. They do not practice what they preach. They have done many unethical things as well but just sweep it under the rug. They get rid of great employees but keep others that do nothing. Favortism and neputism run rampant. This organization has not potential because the leadership doesnt make enough effort to gain business. It is going down hill fast. Employee morale is at an all time low. I am looking for another job as I type.
Benefits are ok
Terrible management, they pretend to care what you have to say then hold it against you.
RN (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – May 24, 2017
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center is a faith based hospital dedicated to education and serving the poor. The caregivers at Charity Hospital recognize each person's contribution in the delivery of quality care to our patient population.
Fast paced at times but a good opportunity as a new nurse to learn about managing patient care and time. The hospital praises compassion. Sometimes there are cutbacks and that can hinder patient satisfaction. Auxiliary assistance is short. Shift differential pay is nice and there is no hierarchy regarding education. Very community oriented.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – January 25, 2017
Working at this medical center was a great experience for me. I worked there for 4 years and i learned so much. great coworkers. great environment. i really enjoyed the direct patient care and i learned so much working alongside my coworkers who were RN'S. This inspired me to return to school to study to get my AAS Degree in registered nursing. This job was a great stepping stone and educational purpose for me.
LPN Medical Surgical Telemetry Unit (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – December 14, 2016
I absolutely love for this place. Our hospital community is so diverse and being centered downtown we have east siders and west siders that work together hand in hand. Work place drama is at a minimal and management is awesome!!!
Majority of the nurses have been there forever, are diploma nurses, and are definitely not very nice. Thought it would be a great opportunity to go to a teaching hospital, and it turned out to be a disastrous career move. Meek management doesn't help.
Rosary Hall Detox Social Worker (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – October 14, 2015
The greatest part of this job was working with the animals and client's. I typically cleaned kennels, assisted with office visits and surgeries, and some office work. I worked with some good people and had great experiences.
A typical day at work was very busy with admissions and discharges, assessing patients, medicating patients, teaching patients, and families, preparing patients for diagnostic procedures, or surgery. Also working as a team to get the job done. The team being other nurses, nursing assistants, doctors, other departments, or as a float nurse floating to other areas half way thru my shift. I learned how to prioritize, and be orgainized. Management was fair in treatment of all staff. The people in general were nice to work with.The hardest part of the job was not being able to spend enough time with patients and families due to the fast, busy, pace, of the hospital environment. The most enjoyable part of the job is the patients and seeing them get better in most cases.
Productive workplace with strong learning and mentoring opportunities
Rehab Assistant to PT/OT (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – December 12, 2014
Prior to graduate school I was given the opportunity to work hand in hand with PT/OT professionals. I was able to complete competency exams to increase my job responsibility increased as well as my hours and pay.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – December 9, 2014
It was a good place to work for. No issues. No complaints. Great environment. The employees were helpful. The company provide good pay and stability. Being a phlebotomist gave me a challenge that i accepted graciously. I loved the challenge of the job. Never a rough day with drama.