The organizational environment at BMC is terrible - no fault of the newer President and CEO. The nurses working the floors are not at all happy, and, if you are not a nurse - it's even worse. The NCIO had no problem asking technical staff to work mandatory unpaid overtime - however, this would never cut muster for the nursing staff - as they belong to a union - and get paid when they work. Too many of the upper nursing staff have been there far too long and have a sense of entitlement to their positions - these are like the nursing equivalent of stereotypical government jobs. And, these career nurses, who don't have the skills to move positions, would stab you in the back if they felt at all threatened. I would never, ever encourage anyone to work at BMC - it's just not a good organizational environment overall.
The newer CEO needs to "disinfect the hospital" of staff that is not supportive or are of the old regime - those people need to go, fast.
Terrible working environment