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It is time for the people in the departments to be heard. A great idea would be to let employees perform performance reviews on both their manager and director of the department. Many things are to be heard but very much just swept under the rug by HR. Happy employees = happy customers = better ratings!


If I were in charge i won the telemetry step down unit to 4:1 and increase patient care technician training to make the unit more knowledgeable because this level of care requires a rationale to go along with the work. CHF, Sepsis, new onset diabetes, COPD exacerbation, pneumonia, and new onset A. Fib are all diagnoses that lead to frequent hospital stays. Education is extremely important to both patient and family member at this level of care. We never just tell a patient to use an incentive spirometer, we teach them how and tell them why. Every encounter is a new opportunity to learn and education reduces readmission. a knowledgeable staff that can increase patient education is how we reinforce information to the patient. "It is actually a wonderful thing that you are calling to go to the bathroom, it means your Lasix is working. We need to get the extra fluid off of you."


I feel that with proper staffing they could be great.


Definitely the management and politics that go on here. The amount of bullying and favoritism is unreal. People who work hard and keep to themselves are usually used and not given the respect they deserve while others are given a pass because they're part of a clique or in some cases because they're of the same/similar ethnic background. That has no business in any workplace let alone a hospital.

Also the attitudes/ego complexes of a lot of people. Everyone thinks they're the boss of everyone else and won't hesitate to pass along a rude comment or bark orders at someone even if they're not the supervisor or even of the same department. Payroll, HR and those working the desk have some of the worst attitudes. God forbid you ask anything or even speak to them. If your job is to address concerns and you're behind a desk/phone and you have a chip on your shoulder you might consider a new career path. It's also telling of the morale and poor management if that kind of epidemic is even a thing, especially in what's supposed to be a professional environment.


Fmla if you qualify other than that you ave to use your time bank


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