RN (Current Employee) – Port Jervis, NY – June 6, 2018
The environment is friendly and inviting. It is a good place to work. It has its pros and cons just like anywhere else. If you're looking for a starting point or toward the end of your career this is an option.
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) – Warwick, NY – June 8, 2018
The schervier Pavilion nursing home in warwick. NY does not have provisions for staff to join unions. Employees go through streneous procecess to get hired and get fired easily. Will not recommend for a long term professional career, especially for LPNs. Newly hired employees last an average of 3months and quits. Poor management staff.
Arrhythmia and EKG Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mechanicsville, VA – June 5, 2018
Bon Secour Memorial in Mechanicsville is a not a company to work for if you are looking for benefits and somewhere to start. Their mission is all about the mission but their employees and supervisors have no problem throwing you under the bus! Thats what they preach in 4 day orientation that employees are not to do. Well...they are just the opposite! I left because I tried to change positions due to the back stabbing within shifts and was told I could not do that. I refused to work with a bunch of health care professionals that I could not call professionals.
At this job, I enjoyed this job so much it was not work for me.
Health Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 5, 2018
This was a very face paced position. Being that it was in the Emergency Room in downtown Baltimore, I saw a lot of hurt people. Hurt emotionally, physically, psychologically and my heart went out to them. I was able to minister to them in more ways than one. They had to tell me when my 12 hour shift was over, I was so engrossed in what I was doing. I was born to make people's lives better, lighter and easier.
Serving gives great sense of accomplishment at the end of the day!
Clinician (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – June 3, 2018
High position managers/directors without bachelor's degrees, passive aggressive managers favoring employees that are less qualified and ask no questions while better educated and experienced employees are passed by. It is a joke and a very hard place to be ethical. The Mission is nothing like what the managers and directors follow. Staying on to promote change, but its difficult!
Talented peers and co-workers that put patients first
Horrible management, nepotism, favoritism, and poor HR
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – June 1, 2018
Just starting out in the home health field I thought this company did a great job at training me and providing me the time I needed to feel comfortable before going out on my own. The office staff and management were of the most compassionate people I've met and are beyond flexible. After a few months decided I did not like the Monday through Friday 9-5 idea so personally that is why I decided to leave but overall a great place to work.
Front office specialist (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – May 31, 2018
Bon Secours hospital has been a great experience and a wonderful place to work. I feel that it is time find my next adventure. I have always wanted to work with people and this has given me the chance to do it. I would love to have a chance to work at Baptist Easley hospital in the endoscopic department.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Suffolk, VA – May 17, 2018
Bon Secours is a sensible place to be employed. The hours can be long but the compensation is great. Lower level leadership is weak. Upper management is rarely seen, but their polices and procedures impact every facet of the workforce.
Compensation, Overtime, Benefit Package
Leadership (Upper, Middle, and Lower Levels), Demanding, Inflexible