A lot of the staff and techs were really nice to work with. There was a lot of favoritism, but manageable. Gave way too many patients to one nurse. Sometimes up to 7 and that nurse to patient ratio was too high for a telemetry unit.
Registered Nurse I (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 5, 2018
Harbor is a wonderful place to work with pleasant staff, well-organized units and an exceptional customer service background. I've been there for 10 years and it's been a great career advancing experiencing.
The security was horrible I was attacked in the Emergency room. Management turnover rate is high. A lot of undermining, cattiness. Schedules being changed without your permission. Physicians and Nurses are unprofessional on the floor. No one ever being reprimanded. Was the worst decision I made.
Typical day at work involves education of physicians, chart audits, MHAC review, working with coders, quality initiatives I have learned about how CMS and other payers impact documentation Management supports continuous education Strong bond with coworkers in order to promote compliance The hardest part of the job can be maintaining the support of the house staff The most enjoyable part of the job are the people
I enjoy working with the great place to work just did not like the office job did not care for the new ceo co-workers are awesome I learned a lot about vav systems typical day at work was mostly about safty
Responsible for the nursing care of pediatric, mother-baby over flow and med-surg. patients. Was PRN and worked mostly weekends. the nursing staff was very supportive and worked well together even when the administration added Med-surg. with pediatrics.
Worked 3 twelve hour shifts in ICU/CCU. Management was good. Co-workers helpful. Hardest part of the job was getting use to caring for critical patients after several years working in L&D. I enjoyed all the knowledge I gained.