Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Statesboro, GA – May 24, 2018
A typical day is getting to know the staff and patients. I learned how to start IVs, Telemetry readings. Hang Blood and many more skills. The management was on top of the game. Work culture with different backgrounds. The hardest part of my jog was staying awake at a night. The most enjoyable part of my job was working and taking care and getting to care for my patients/ and families
Not enough staff to with nurse to patient ratio of 1:7
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Statesboro, GA – October 20, 2017
Management was awful. The Director and most pharmacist thought little of the techs. The tension within the pharmacy is so thick, it was unbearable to want to work there. The "pets" got best choice with the schedule. A lot of the nurses dislike the Director and Pharmacist. Overall, working within the pharmacy, you begin hating the place, which makes for a hazard, because you begin not to care.
Hospital with immeasurable potential with only $$$ as focus
Practice Manager of Gastroenterology Practice (Former Employee) – Statesboro, GA – August 21, 2017
Local presence trying to adhere to a non-responsive corporate environment. Profit is key driver and employee satisfaction or recognition is practically non-existent. In healthcare, the patient should be focus and center, but with this company sheer profit is driving force. Could be a major employer influence in the local market, but instead chooses to keep wages low and moral lower. Most enjoyable part of the job? The outcomes of patient and knowing you were a part of that. Typical day at work? Asking employees to put away their cell phones and focus on the patient care and then being pulled to HR as a result of your interaction. This hospital has so much potential because of it's geographical location and patient draw, but it will have to succeed on "first time" patient's because the return rate is so poor. Eventually that market will disappear.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Statesboro, GA – August 14, 2017
I have worked here for about two years. I love my boss and my co-workers. I have learned so much. They have worked with me around my school schedule until I have recently graduated. They have been behind me and with me the whole way. Love my EGRMC family.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Statesboro, GA – May 30, 2017
I clean up and make sure patients room are cleaned! I work day shift and that is a pro, but not making enough hours is a con! I can't pay my bills and don't get enough hours! I get along with managers and employees and do the job I am hired to do! Sometimes I may have to clean a floor by myself and that's a little hard, but I get it done and don't complain! I enjoy the patients especially if they are nice and I see a lot of people working at East Georgia! I need more hours and better pay is the problem, my family has grown and I just can't make it off of this salary! I would love to be able to relax and not worry about everything!
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Statesboro, GA – May 7, 2017
This was was an understaffed hospital. The staff were always overworked and downright hostile. I would compare it to working in a war zone except in a war zone the people you work with watch your back. This place the staff are more likely to stab you in the back.