I was not fond of the crude and nosey work place and workers.My supervisor made it seem like my home life would affect my work life when i made sure and made it known it wouldnt. Some of my fellow coworkers worked really hard at either getting me fired or getting me to quit.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 6, 2016
The culture of the work place, is every man for himself. The Management team does nothing to help, they just delegate. The work conditions are scary, and unsafe. There are atleast three temporary nursing agencies work there all at once. They cant keep people. You barely have time for a break or to even use the restroom. The patients are really sick, and require a lot of time, that you just don't have. Vibra has an extremely high turn over of staff that, will never ever change. You can change the name, but the place is the same old Kindred.
very busy , overloaded, to many patients per nurse, coworkers were great and we were a partial team, management doesn't care about the patient or nursing ratios, its all about the money and keep taking patients even though no nursing staff.
Unstable Management, unprofessional Medical Director
Hospitalist Practice Manager (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – January 13, 2016
I had the pleasure of working with Vibra for 3 months. I was initially quite impressed with the company entirely, however once a previously discharged Medical Director was welcomed back into the environment that satisfaction went away very quickly. I understand another change has been made, let's hope so. At that time the CEO was very pleasant to work with, my position didn't work out due to conflicts with the Medical Director. It's truly a shame that I wasn't given the opportunity to show more of my capabilities. Until Management is stabilized I don't see anything changing long term, but I do wish them all well. The facility is definitely needed in this community. Good luck to the next team.
Maintenance Mechanic / Engineer (Former Employee) – Folsom, CA – January 28, 2016
1 of the most difficult jobs I have ever had and not because of the work. This is a Hospital and every penny was saved even when it could be a risk to the patients. It was all about saving money here and cutting hours there. we were under staffed and all the staff was under paid. Little respect was given to the employees other than lip service to quiet them down. In the 6 months I was active I watch at least half of the staff turn over. I also watched a Chiller for the facility fail due to poor management decisions about repairs. This may be burning a bridge but it is one I do not want to cross again.
Local staff were great
Corporate was all about money and not care or sustainability of their facility.
PCA (Former Employee) – Boardman, OH – September 17, 2016
12 hour shifts and all hour care. helping patients with their needs and helping the nurses with daily activities. if they didn't enough patients for you they would cancel you or they would send you to trumble sometimes right before you were suppose to get to work.
RN Supervisor (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – August 24, 2015
Vibra Hospital Denver is a fast paced, long term acute care hospital with a small outpatient procedure area. I've worked here for 15yrs and have been afforded many opportunites for knowledge and growth including oversight of the radiology department , liaison to our reference laboratory and, most recently, director of education. This is a very exciting time for all of us at Vibra Hospital - Denver. We are being challenged to demonstrate our knowlwedge and commitment to outstanding patient care. Our present CEO and CCO are fairly new to our facility but have jumped in with both feet to lead us on a crusade to becoming No. 1!
I rate Compensation/Benefits with 5 stars. I could not get this area to take any number of stars.
Good teamwork amongst the staff. Dedicated leadership team.
Employee (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – August 25, 2015
Have worked for this organization for many years and helped create a culture of excellence by creating an environment of honesty, work ethic and the best patient experience that the patient/family will allow. This was from the early days that had many issues and faults but I determined to overlook those issues and create a exceptional healthcare facility.
Though not perfect, I see a management/staff whose interest is providing the necessary tools and equipment to do a great job within the limitations of financial stewardship and regulatory environment. Despite that, we succeed.
I have seen and participated in significant investment in capital improvements to the patient care experience and facilities to ensure the patient and employee experience is the best it can be.
If you are average you are either the worst of the best or best of the worst. I choose not to be average. There is still work to be done so take a look and see if you can add to the endeavors we are pursuing….
Productive place to work and have fun helping patients get better
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Rochdale, MA – December 23, 2015
Customer phone service. Collaborating appointments, for patients with providers, nurses, patients, and families. Coordinating services of admissions and discharges of patients. Knowledgeable of Medical terminology such as dual mental health issues and complex medical diagnosis. One to one care provided to patients in mental health crisis. Most rewarding part of this job is when patients walk out the door completely rehabilitated. Most difficult part is when they do not survive. Management is a great team to work with they support me in my role of getting the job complete.
Healthcare (Current Employee) – Mt PleasantSC – October 20, 2015
Great place to work. Challenging but can be done. People work as a team. All from the top down are smiling and eager to assist all. Great medical doctors. Opportunity is there to grow. A culture of excellence and support. One of the best places I have worked at.
Policies need to be readily available. Management is actively working to correct
Billing Support Clerk (Current Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – August 16, 2012
This organization is a wonderful place to work with an excellent management team. However, the opportunities for advancement are very limited and the compensation package is not up to par. I enjoy the team environment and have gained extensive knowledge in the field of medical billling. If not for the limited opportunity and less than desirable compensation, I would be completely satisfied with my position within the organization.