Once a great place to work where patient care and employee satisfaction were the two main goals of everyone in the organization.
Pros: great benefits.
Cons: employees and employee satisfaction are not a high priority.
The culture and management styles have changed sine I started with the hospital. The focus used to be patients and employees but has slowly become patients and awards. Unnecessary employee stress, (office drama, politics, favoritism etc.) has become the new cultural norm and when actual necessary stress,(deadlines, work load, etc.) are added on then – more... employees and managers become burned out very quickly. Job work/life balance continues to be spoken of but is still non-existent for most employees. Job security and advancement opportunities depend on the department you work in. The benefits are still extremely good even with the new healthcare act issues but fair compensation again depends on the department you work in and the manager you work under. Overall assessment is that if you are looking for somewhere to work for a few years that looks good on your resume you've found it. If you are looking for an employer you can be proud of working for, where you believe in what they are doing, trust the management you work under and retire after 30 or 40 years best keep looking because you will burn out long before reaching retirement age. – less