The workplace was so enjoyable to be a part of. My teammates became like family, making going to work so enjoyable. A typical day at work was busy (job security) but tolerable. I never felt over worked, and felt that I was payed appropriately.
I would highly recommend working for MaineHealth as the management and employees worked in unison with all levels of nursing and clinical staff. The schedule was perfect for me and compensation was fantastic
I have enjoyed caring for adults and adolescents with an inter-professional partnership to advance care and education model of patient care in treating cardiac, medical, and acute care needs, medication administration, nursing assessments and condition monitoring.
Very Unprofessional environment , Unprofessional managers and trainers and very poor quality of training. Nobody is on the same page. They hire people who are extremely rude and allow this type of behavior in the workplace
Treats their employees as if they are disposable, disrespectful, not honest about their values. Low pay. By far some of the worst jobs in Maine. Yet, one of the biggest employers. They do not follow many of legal guidelines.
This is a great place to work if you're hoping to learn, grow, and educate yourself. There are so many resources and educational opportunities to better yourself and your ability to provide care for patients.
Maine Health offers extra perks and benefits, along with job stability and security. Work life balance is encouraged and supported by management. Having the ability to work from home when necessary is a great option during storms and illness.
I work long 12 hour nights but love the people I work with and most of the patients. It is a very rewarding career. I left this company and came back and hoping to stay at MaineHealth after graduation.
Patients are considered last on the list. They don't value you as a patient or even a person. Management would rather throw one more pot luck party than actually get together and try to improve patient care. I have been told by leadership, "Patient care isn't our primary focus here."
Horrible work environment. You're just a number, not a person. No upward mobility.
Well, I'd always wondered what it would be like to work for a giant faceless corporation with little concern for the human beings it employed. Now I know. You could double my pay (and it would still barely be a living wage), and I wouldn't go back there.
You are just a number working for Maine Health
Not personable at all!
Not family oriented !!
You are not valued !
No growth encouragement by management .
Need to be more sympathetic to employees who have families
Sick policy is ridiculous!!4 call outs I. A rolling year
- Gave me the opportunity to learn about how operations are handled at healthcare. I played role in multiple projects such as Process Improvement, Surgical services, Instrumentation and Supplies, Supply chain planning and Data Analysis. It is the best place to work with some highly professional people with ambitious thinking and goals.