MeadowWood Hospital
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  • CEO
    Purcell Dye
  • Company size
    201 to 500
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RN in Delaware
on July 26, 2021
It was a really good company to work for. I loved my co workers even though we were understaffed often and stressed. It was a mental health facility so it was stressful but very rewarding
Registered Nurse (RN) in New Castle, DE
on September 19, 2021
I enjoyed working with the patients, but not management. It's all about the numbers for them. They don't care about their staff or the patients. They are always understaffed forcing others to do multiple jobs without pay compensation.
Nurse in New Castle, DE
on August 17, 2021
I have worked for Meadowood for almost 5 years and have seen it decline. Management is null and void. Groups are barely ran. The place is disgusting. There’s always full trash bins spilling out onto the floor. There is no true Covid protocol in place. They had the audacity to offer us a pizza party for vaccination when we received $0 Covid hazard pay, nor does management let you know if you have been exposed to covid. Staff show up when and where they please. There is only one amazing coordinator and I tHink they take advantage of the poor dude. Paper charting and five days a week work weeks. You’d think they would cross over from the dark ages. No room for career growth. Almost always never enough staff and management never steps in to give a hand they just hide out in their office. High turnover rates. Small amount of food for patients including stale sandwiches for dinner on the weekends. Roaches in kitchen and patient rooms. Constant codes because of patient boredom, especially on the adolescent unit. I can’t wait to get out of here.
Social Worker in New Castle, DE
on February 25, 2021
Could be better. We are always understaffed. It's a very stressful and fast paced environment with very bery little compensation. Turnover is very high.
Admissions Nurse in New Castle, DE
on October 2, 2020
This is a place to build your resume but not to work. They don’t care about you or your safety. Get your experience and to establish experience and leave. They will try to manipulate you to stay for more hours or say that you haven’t fulfilled your hours to be worked. They don’t care that you have personal things going on or your need to take days off. They tell you to find replacement or you cant take off.

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