Allied health (Former Employee) – Martinsburg, WV – December 9, 2018
There is a embedded culture of bullying and harassment including physical. HR is worthless and only provides lip service to policy regarding this issue. Staff will pick at you until you're in tears. Most toxic work environment ever. Bring up patient safety issues will get you terminated.
Bullying, aloof management, toxic environment., poor RN to patient ratio
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Martinsburg, WV – November 26, 2018
I have anxiety, and management refused to work with me with it. They repeatedly put me in the section that caused me to have panic attacks and nervous breakdowns even after I asked them to move me. it was nearly traumatizing.
Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Martinsburg, WV – October 25, 2018
I worked as a medical transcriptionist, and I worked from home for Berkeley Medical Center HIM Department. A good working team. I learned whatever was necessary to do my job. Working in healthcare can be stressful, but it is very rewarding.
RN II. (Current Employee) – Martinsburg, WV – August 3, 2018
Management in certain sections changes standards weekly. Charge nurses sit and do not help in clinical area. Staff is allowed to complain about each other to management who writes you up without hearing your side. Currently cannot get 40 hours, loss of MD staff.
I mainly helped score Psychological assessments but I also observed clients for parent-child interaction therapy which is what I enjoyed the most. The most challenging part of this internship was fighting boredom.
Registered Nurse V Intensive Care (Current Employee) – Martinsburg, WV – May 8, 2018
My night shift coworkers were a big reason I stayed as long as I did there. It was not uncommon to be short staffed. I enjoyed working in the Intensive Care Unit but the staffing was mostly 3 to 1 patient ratio to nurse.
Certified Surgical Technician (Current Employee) – OR – February 24, 2018
It is a good place to work if you want to make money and work all the time. recently we have had a high turnover rate, and with the lack of staff and managment not paying attention to the trend, we are now working anywhere from 40 to 60 hours a week. Very little home life for a majority of us and the favoritism is just crazy.
They like to move you around and expect you to check patients in quickly. When you are new they should let you learn for at least a yr in one dept before moving you by yourself with a heavy patient flow.