Register Nurse for the Acute Care and Spine Unit (Current Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – February 11, 2017
Staffing shortages seem to be a daily issue and puts added strain on the staff that is working. Colleagues are enjoyable to work with. Census is high most of the time with the aging population of the area. Staffing grids need to be changed as the nurse to patient ratio is too high on a daily basis. For a private hospital that is making money, higher pay should be afforded to the hard working staff that is making them that money.
Insurance Verification Specialist (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – December 16, 2016
Great company to work for but there wasn't a mangement foundation. There was no room for advancement. There was too much in office drama and that took away from employees getting the job done. Supervisors were undertrained, I even had to train my supervisor and after I trained her I was laid off.
Worked in the therapy dept. Not sure how many managers I had but they loved to tell you how to do your job. Lots of drama and gossiping. Clinical staff always stressed about productivity. Told by DOR to chart off the clock. Tripple booking of patients makes it impossible to give good patient care.
The Patients Are Great, Too much Drama in the Hospital
Behavioral Health Technician (Current Employee) – Hialeah, FL – December 6, 2016
The patients are great. No complaints on the Director and Management in my unit, but the hospital administration has no system in place in the departments and no order. Too much drama going on. The hours are inconsistent and the placements are unstable. A lot of false promises and favoritism. No one is compensated according to education and experience. It's cheap labor through out the hospital.
These companies are good employers, excelent working condition.
STATIONARY ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA 90033 – November 24, 2016
Very good company, fun to work with.Co workers are team players, cooperative, polite , etc. There is a daily huddle citing events and happenings on a daily basis including problems areas and solution, current reviews.
Allied Health (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – November 19, 2016
Employees are treated like 2nd class citizens. Security harrasses employees. The cafeteria is embarrassingly overpriced. Not enough parking for staff. The only terrific thing in the hospital are the frontline staff. Nurses, techs, lab, volunteers, transporters. They fight to give the best care and sadly the biggest fight they have to provide excellent care is with management.
Friendly environment. Most benefits are good. Nice PTO policy.
Health care benefits are extremely expensive. Upper management runs the hospital like a sweat shop.
Sterile Processing Tech II (Former Employee) – Arizona – November 17, 2016
Sterilizing instruments Health care/sterilization Had a great manager Great co-workers work in a little team Working in the operating room in hostile enviorment Having a great job great people Only complaint wanted salary not hourly