Sterile Processing Technician (Current Employee) – Lewes, DE – August 1, 2018
It is nice when your new. But can’t advance in certain departments. It’s all according to where you in the hospital. Good gifts for years of service. But new people get hired and make more than the people that work here for years
Laboratory Client Service Manager (Former Employee) – Lewes, DE – July 24, 2018
Learn a lot from this job and had to opportunity to go out and market Lab Department to Physicians' Practices. After 8 years, I moved on to IT Department where I enjoyed training Physicians' Network Offices on EMR and helped trained hospital staff as well. The hardest part of the job was the management was not fair.
Employment Assistant/Human Resources (Former Employee) – Lewes, DE – May 31, 2018
I LOVED working with the people at Beebe Healthcare and the work that I did. I feel that most managers were on target with the "Values" they expect of the employees but other managers neededo work on items in this area and follow through with suggestions made to help the organization to flourish.
I am happy that they encouraged continued education and was happy to participate in many seminar and webinars. I also received my CPR/Advanced Life Support certification with their assistance.
As far as career growth potential, I feel this is an area they could greatly improve within the organization.
Education opportunities, employees, able to assist the employees
Poor Scheduling of Staff/No concern for Work/Life Balance
Nurse (Current Employee) – Walk In Clinic – March 17, 2018
The scheduling for the nursing in the walk in is terrible. They are not allowed to switch shifts and are told that if they do not like it they can go find another job. They have no say in their schedules or the locations they are sent to work. They may be hired for one clinic, but routinely sent to another clinic over an hour away from their home. The staff in the clinic and the doctors are wonderful. The work is good. The problems are at an administrative level and primarily revolve around inflexible scheduling and lack of concern for the staff having a work/life balance. They do not provide enough staffing for nurses to take lunch breaks.
Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – ICU – February 25, 2018
Unsafe nurse patient ratios in the ICU. Especially since they took our techs away. That was all the help we had. Our one charge nurse she tries to help, but the other is too busy brown-nosing to even notice we are sinking. New manager doesn't seem to care. I am actively job hunting after 3 years of employment here.
Worst place I've ever worked in 20 years of mursing
Travel Nurse (Former Employee) – Float – February 25, 2018
I was a traveler and as a result am used to bad places. But this place has no idea how poor their nursing is there. The "Beebe Way" is for nurse to do what the doctors and administrators say, even if it is unsafe and not in the best interest of the patients. Not a small town hospital- but is a small minded hospital, especially for nursing. The nurses that work there just don't know any better.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Lewes, DE – December 19, 2017
Love working for Beebe Healthcare. Unfortunately, the commute is getting to be too much especially when placed on call for low census. You only have a 45 minute time frame to make it from home to the hospital and a normal commute for me was an hour plus. Also, management is changing and not really getting answers needed to questions that are of concern on the unit
Staff RN (Current Employee) – Lewes, DE – December 10, 2017
Good collaboration of care and teamwork between nurses. Continuing education is always available 12 hour work days great patient to nurse ratio Variety of Nurses from all areas, age and experience...makes learning constant
health benefits are expensive and limitating for employees, expensive food for employees
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Lewes, DE – November 12, 2017
Beebe is full of dedicated, caring and kind people that strive to provide an outstanding patient environment. They know when anyone is at the hospital for any medical reason, the patient is fearful. They do everything they can to help calm these fears. Having been a patient there - and then the wonderful opportunity to work there, I can tell you their approach is genunie. I have been very fortunate to work with a vast array of professional, thoughtful and kind people. I am very proud to work at Beebe, and I love my job!
Largest Healthcare Facility in Sussex County Delaware
REGISTRAR - TCC INFUSION SERVICES (Current Employee) – Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, DE – November 5, 2017
I work as a registrar at the Tunnell Cancer Center. My position is registering patients, insurance verification, directing patients to triage, processing patient charts for physician visits. I have learned how to manage my time, manage all types of medical registration needs. Beebe is ever changing so management is continually redirection job positions to provide the best patient care and service. Te hardest part of the job is the volume of work so time management is crucial. The best part of my job is working with the patients and the teamwork with staff,
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Lewes, DE – October 6, 2017
I enjoyed my time working there, especially in the emergency department. It was very fast paced and I learned so much. I went back to school to be a nurse practitioner which is why I ended up leaving. At the time, there were no positions there.