Questions and Answers about Holy Cross Hospital

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Management should be replaced

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Management is disgusting and lies right to your face . No faith

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Offer realistic wages. EVS staff and new RNs should not be making the same. Also, they should look to hire more experienced managers/supervisors/directors. If it is difficult, then an adequate training process would be of much help. Lastly, they should look to enforce the Just Culture methods more. There's too much blame and disrespectful communication going on. No one will work in that type of environment, especially for the amount of money they are being paid.

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Be more professional,look out for their staff stop the politics in work place

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Its great if you are a RN you get to sit on your behind all day and call the PCT to do everything and lie on them if they are unable to do it at the moment 😗 No place for lay people

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Increasing the rate of payroll.
Staff who works as a team more adequately to meet patient care .

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Do not trust them over at HCH in Fort Lauderdale . They all need to be replaced from the CNO on down . They have ran the place in the gutter in other words DRAIN THE SWAMPS

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Appreciate there workers

Answered - Medical Biller and Charge Poster (Former Employee) - Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Increase the rate of pay, provide adequate staffing, and on the job training, free schooling for those willing to move up in their careers.

Answered - PCT (Patient Care Technician) (Former Employee) - Silver Spring, MD

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Ensure that needed equipment is provided to allow patients to be treated effectively and safely. Adequately staff to meet patient care needs.

Answered - Lead Occupational Therapist (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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