for the most part your coworkers are great. management doesn't seem to care about your health, like if your sick you are still required to work which makes no sense since you are working with the sick public. only can call off 8 times a year before they will fire you
Everyone is easy to get along with, and no one makes you feel intimidated as a new hire. Makes coming to work more enjoyable. Not a huge hospital, but it is big enough that you get an understanding of how things operate and how hectic things can be at times, if you ever want to move on to a larger hospital in the future.
Joint Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD. – March 21, 2017
All of the orthopedic nurses, therapists and doctors worked together to provide excellent care for the total joint patients. We trained patients ahead of surgery how to prepare by the physical therapists, the occupational therapists, dieticians, doctors and nurses as well as social workers.
Director Human Resources (Former Employee) – Cumberland, MD – October 5, 2016
This position was a career choice. The multiple facets of the work day required that you be flexible to accomplish many administrative tasks and to meet the demands of others. The co-workers were supportive and professional.
All patient care areas are poorly staffed, and has extremely high turnover rate. Some physicians have such poor conduct that it gives a terrible impression to everyone. Very poor work culture/environment. No support whatsoever.
Emergency Department RN (Current Employee) – Cumberland, MD – September 21, 2015
great place to work with decent benefits. Autonomous environment with caring doctors. Management is pretty supportive and helpful but staffing is less than desirable. Lots of empty holes on night shift.
I was lucky enough to obtain this position while attending college. It plays an important role along with my education and hopefully, future work experience, in Radiology Technology. I was able to work around my classes and clinical hours while obtaining knowledge and work experience in the Diagnostic Imaging department. It has helped me to be more well rounded in understanding how the Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology department operates.