Gifford Medical Center Employee Reviews
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Gifford is a classic small community hospital. It has a warm family feel. The birthing center is amazing, with high quality family centered care. It's not big and shiny and there's not a tremendous amount of room for growth, but it has a lot of heart.
If you don’t fit in they will do anything in their power to backstab you and get you out the door, Everyone seems nice to your face watch your back cause they be the first to Stab even higher up act like Teen girls too much drama and stress
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Gifford medical center I would start work at 530am *Acquire my supplies in the housekeeping closet. *stock the housekeeping cleaning cart. *approx. 5.40am I was at the emergency department cleaning rooms *the most difficult part of cleaning at Gifford medical center was cleaning top to bottom (100% of the room one room each day.
I have worked at Gifford Medical Center for almost 20 years. It is truly a wonderful hospital and a great place to work. I appreciate immensely the fact that the floor is always well staffed and that the nurse patient ratio is usually at a safe and manageable level. I believe this helps to create a happy less stress environment and really gives the nurse the opportunity to get to know and understand their patients needs!
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Gifford is a great organization with lots of opportunity in the Central VT area. Many employees have worked there for years which speaks highly of the organization. Previous management and HR were left unchecked and there were many problems, but the organization seems to have straightened out the issues and has new management/HR.
Friendly and Convenient
Favoritism and pay disparity by former HR management.
One of the lowest paying hospitals (actually, I believe the lowest paying) in the state. Management seems to operate through a system of rumor and conjecture, and if you are not one of their favorites, it does not matter what the rumor is, or who is saying it, they will believe it and use it against you. The hospital seems to foster a constant state of unease. The Environmental Services team is looked down upon by all other staff in the hospital, and are viewed as untouchables. This is largely due to management in Environmental Services, their incompetence and the contempt that they hold for their own people and for the department.
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Everything was pretty great, I learned a lot about how to deal with people, even the angry ones, I learned my way around scheduling, rescheduling. I learned filing and I did a lot with referrals, and putting them in the computer once they've been sent out. Everyone there seemed generally pretty happy, management was good, and the most enjoyable part was at the end of the day reflecting on how much you did and feeling proud and accomplished.