Security Officer (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – July 11, 2018
HR has a lot of control in Security Department. Decisions are made mostly by HR and not by Security Management staff. Since security does not carry any weapons of any kind, use of force training is greatly needed to secure and protect.
Anesthesia Technician (Former Employee) – Roxbury, MA – June 9, 2018
I learned a lot while at the New England Baptist hospital. they trained me for the job. they were kind and patient with me. I learned a lot about the medical field. I got to communication and get educated on the process of surgeries.
Nursing Student Clinical Rotation (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – April 16, 2018
I was able to gain experience in my first medical-surgical clinical here. I learned a lot regarding medications and patient care. I was able to excel in my assessment skills and had wonderful staff help me when I needed it.
Nursing Student (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – January 22, 2018
From my experience in this hospital I believe that it is a great place for a recent nursing graduate. Since most surgeries are elective the patients are typically healthy; healing fast and giving a new nurse a good first experience.
Clinical Informatics Analyst (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 7, 2017
However, the clinical informatics department were mismanaged and allowed staff to behave unprofessional. System and clinical analysts who have been there for years lack the credentials and knowledge but were grandfathered into the role. They do more talk than work and are very unprofessional. They dont have a collaborative environment and quality of work was not their priority. Projects were delayed because they lack the motivation to work on projects and would rather focus on gossiping about everything. High turnover in the department because of certain individuals.