Questions and Answers about Roswell Park Cancer Institute

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Very nice and clean

Answered - Hospital clinical aide (Current Employee) - Buffalo, NY

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Good and bad. Been a floor nurse and in research. Nursing orientation excellent. Not so much for research. No formal training expected to learn as you go and a lot on your own.


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During my time at Roswell, I had the opportunity to see management from different settings (clinical research, nursing). Management is not supportive or transparent, e.g. I was thrown under the bus by my bosses boss because I missed a timeline, when in reality she was aware of the situation and never stepped in to help but instead let me drown. The nursing culture is terrible, nurses complaining of attending meetings although they sit on their cell phones all day but say they have no time. New nurses were treated poorly, which can probably be supported with retention rates. The aides were treated poorly as well.

Answered - Clinical Research Associate I (Former Employee) - Buffalo, NY

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Colleagues were wonderful, but the culture itself needs to be cultured; slow antiquated systems, support staff needs more support and compensation.

Answered - Coordinator - The Resource Center (Former Employee) - Buffalo, NY

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Very caring

Answered - Senior Mammography part-time technologist (Current Employee) - Buffalo, NY

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A caring facility that encouraged communication between staff and management.

Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - Buffalo, NY

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