Teamwork at its best...but terrible management!
RN (Former Employee) – Brighton, MA – July 20, 2018
When caring for some of the sickest kids who have little to no family support (there were exceptions, of course!), you need to work well with others. Nurses and nursing assistants supported each other and kept each other sane. I learned a ton while there (trach care, vents, G-Tubes, wound care, diabetic care, seizure management), which helped I future roles. But the pay was poor and management didn’t care about nursing. We were often forced to take too many patients and were never backed up when mistreated by patients or families. Tough shifts with too many possibilities for med errors or missed care. Lasted one year and left.
Free on-site parking, close-knit nursing team
Poor pay, no support from management, tough cases