Environmental Services (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 23, 2019
The staff is annoying and the supervisors are horrible they don’t know how to talk to their employees. They want respect but don’t give respect. If they get new management I think that RGH would be a great place to work. It’s really not a bad place to work if you do your job and do well
Patient Account Representative (Current Employee) – Batavia, NY – May 18, 2019
There is a lot of favoritism and unprofessionalism from management. SOME of the coworkers are nice to work with. If you work here your stress level will go WAY up. Whatever you do, nothing is ever good enough.
Corporate Procurement and Contracting (Former Employee) – Reidman Campus – May 16, 2019
Most Buyers are paid slightly over min wage while doing the work of 3 Buyers. Management does not have a clue and plays favorites. Raises are non existent but Mgt pays themselves by changing they're titles. You will regret working in this dept which is why they have huge turnover in the dept. Run and run fast away....dont waste your time. The dept makes the employees raise money for flowers or a a newborn. It really is pathetic being second largest employer in Rochester.
Access Associate (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 8, 2019
favoritism was the name of the game in the office I was in. One person would get written up for answering a phone call. Another person could talk on their cell phone, watch videos, leave her desk for 45 min. and that wasn't a problem
Loved working with the patients
Need to teach supervisor how to be fair to ALL employees
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 7, 2019
I felt like a number in my department and many people felt replaceable. It was not professional, very high school like. I imagine different departments are different. I was in patient services (phlebotomy). After the merge it was so unorganized it was overwhelming. I was there for a year and a half without a raise. I felt very unappreciated and overworked.
MRI Technologist (MR) (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 6, 2019
Management is easy to communicate with and always willing to listen and help with whatever you need. My co-workers make for a fun and enjoyable work environment. Every one helps each other without hesitation. Very productive and high demand department.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Geneva, NY – March 31, 2019
Transcription co-workers were very good to work with. Communication with other employees outside of our department was not always good; i.e., sometimes we weren't filled in on what was going on in other departments.
Medical Social Worker (Former Employee) – Newark, NY – March 21, 2019
Work consisted of meeting with patients and their families to discuss discharge planning. We helped patients and families choose nursing homes for rehab and permanent placement. We assisted patients fin finding housing and PCP.
Senior Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY 14621 – March 19, 2019
worked for the organization and it was great until there was a merge with another organization, and everything went down hill. All the good employees that were there for over 20 years quit because all the changes It was not a good place to work.. It's ashamed I really enjoyed my job until the new organization took over
Dialysis Technician (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – March 13, 2019
When the merger between Rochester General and Unity Hospital happened it left unity workers with by the short end of the stick. it created more jobs which is a wonderful thing but the unity employees are stuck with the same salary while new hires are coming in at Rochester Regional pay scale and it is a substantial difference.
LPN Internal Medicine (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – March 6, 2019
Hiring process can be lengthy but the company truly wants to get the right people in the right roles. I left as the position was too far to travel and the company required 1 year commitment at that particular site even though there were multiple openings 10 miles closer to me. Ultimately I left the company for another position that was closer to home.
solid training, great place to start off, electronic systems
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – February 16, 2019
Always check in with all Staff. I would start with my nurses on the floor. Updating daily reports in each room on my floor. Working together and communicating always made the entire shift run smooth. I loved seeing patients recovering and enjoying their stay.