Mercy Health Services
Happiness rating is 68 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. David N. Maine, M.D.
    80%
    approve of Dr. David N. Maine, M.D.'s performance
  • Founded
    1874
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Baltimore, MD
  • Link
    Mercy Health Services website
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Reviews

Registered Nurse in Baltimore, MD
on November 17, 2022
Working here you are never alone! The co workers feel more like family than co workers and we all work well as a team. If you’re having a stressful work day everyone chips in to help. We take care of each other’s patients if we have the time to. The management always looks out for the staff and finds ways to improve the workplace for us and the patients. I love it!
Nursing Support Technician in Baltimore, MD
on September 27, 2022
As a CNA(Nst) you are told it is a 10:1 ratio from start but due to staffing over the course of 1 year ive had less than 11 patients a total of 3 times, little to no assistance from RNS, Very low pay especially for new grad CNA or RN , was rarely placed on the unit i was hired for always floated to other units and if you refuse youre reprimanded. On addition to the 10:1(15:1) ratio youre expected to carry a wider scope of practice than a traditional CNA as mercy hires you as an NST wich is their way of making you have a wider scope of practice and doing more work, the staff who are there for the right reasons are loveley but others can be rudely disrespectful, and berated you if you like being overworked and underpaid join the mercy family
Registered Nurse in Baltimore, MD
on September 6, 2022
Mercy truly values their employees. Great culture of providing great care to patients and very supportive of employees. Most people who work here have for years - several of who have started at the bottom and moved up. Staff is friendly towards each other and like a big family.
Patient Service Associate in Baltimore, MD
on June 13, 2022
What is the best part of working at the company?It was a great working environmentWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Very busy, but the family environment and support of management made it worthwhile
Menu Concierge in Baltimore, MD
on May 5, 2022
I've been a Concierge for 2 years at this hospital and the management is atrocious. We have managers that don't come in and when they do come in they don't help when they can see us being understaffed. Half of the time I come into work stressed and hoping no one called out so I don't have to do the work of 3 people. If someone calls out you end up having to do work of 3 people and fall back on your tasks for the day. You end up exhausted because you're running around making sure everything is okay. Management also doesn't know how to do the job so they can barely help out and don't know how a shift should be run. You're often dealing with coworkers who do not want to help each other, they only want to criticize you and complain. And when it gets short staffed no one wants to work together as a team, everyone just wants to suffer individually. It's dog eat dog culture in the food service department.

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Nursing skills questions such as patient priority ex.. patient a needs vitals patient b needs an ekg patient c has chest pain patient d has a complaint of pain who do you see in order

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just show your personality and smile honestly.

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