Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – March 13, 2018
Nice place to work. Everyone knows everyone so you gotta be careful what you say in the hall. I worked here when I first got out of college. It was a great place to start but I wanted to work in a bigger hospital and get the experience
Allied health (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – March 20, 2018
Great family feel. Small town hospital, so more responsibility on the staff which is good for those who want to be good at their jobs. One of the only places where the president of the hospital makes a point to know his employees.
Clinical Support Tech (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – March 6, 2018
I loved working at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital. The staff was always supportive, kind and helpful. The days were long. The work could get overwhelming at points. Sometimes it lasted for a week. But with the teamwork Nanticoke embodies, it was pleasant to get through. My floor manager, was an excellent person. She maintained unity on the floor and was often out on the floor helping. She was always accessible, which was wonderful for us parenting employees, who sometimes ran into emergencies. Administration would come around at times and it was nice to see them not scrutinizing but helping and interacting with employees; who a lot of the time they knew by name. If you're looking for a forever work family this is the place.
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Seaford, DE – November 24, 2017
Employees are great and very nice. The pay compensation and management is awful, no advancement. High turn over of employees, Human resources is a joke. The hospital as whole only seems to care about having a warm body in a position, rather then keeping current employees happy.
Employees are nice
High staff turn over, no respect from management, lowest paid hospital on eastern shore
Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE 19973 – September 27, 2017
Staff turnover amongst nursing and physicians was extremely high. Inadequate compensation and lack of respect for providers was commonplace. PTO while earned was rarely able to be used as staffing shortages were the norm.
Registrar ED (Current Employee) – Seaford, DE – September 9, 2017
The ER is great i love working here. The pay could be better. We make more then 1.00 less an hour then other hospitals starting out. I think if they started the pay a little higher the turnover wouldn't be as high.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – August 11, 2017
i worked on a medical surgical floor and the doctors are awesome in teaching me procedures also did charge nurse as well very great floor to work on very good support from upper management chance for advancement is there if you want it
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – July 30, 2017
This environment is a very enjoyable one! Especially for new nurses looking for a place to work where they can be successful in learning the ins and outs of nursing. I found that the floors I worked on, as well as the directors and managers I worked alongside, were all extremely nurturing.
Registration Clerk (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – July 24, 2017
Working at the hospital is unpredictable. You never know who you're going to meet or see in there. The hardest part of my job was when I had to be in switchboard and get the phone call that we have to do a code. The most enjoyable part of my job is meeting new people.
X-ray tech (Current Employee) – Seaford, DE – April 27, 2017
Good place to work. Great place to work. Good place to work. This is stupid having to do this review on a place I already said was a good place to work. Like I'm getting frustrated with indeed.com right now.
Rather not say (Current Employee) – Seaford, DE – April 13, 2017
Depending on who your managers are and what department you work in says a lot. There are some managers who are more friendly then others and if they are close friends with an employee or if you more less kiss butt of the manager then you are good but if u don't run to the manager with every little thing and kiss their butt then you walk with a target on your back so to speak.
Pay scale low, favoritism, feels like ur just a body instead of an employee
PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – January 31, 2017
I was scheduled to work in different office from Peds, Family practice, urology, pulmonary. I learned how to give shots, document state immunizations, view the urologist do biopsies, I was crossed trained to work up front and clincal