This job made me realize I never wanted to spend the rest of my life inside 4 walls of a hospital. The patients were amazing, and showed me the strengths of families and perseverance, whether they were city or country folk. I learned a lot during my time there, which helped me in the future to look back on my experiences. There were some amazing people I worked with and some who were not so great, which contributed to a toxic work environment. Some ethical concerns, but they are under new management now so perhaps that has changed. My biggest recommendation to SLUH is to hire more black people, especially for higher up positions, because your patient demographic doesn't match the color of your doctors and nurses. I eventually learned what patients from the east side were saying, but I could never really relate or understand their experiences and sociocultural aspects....
cool coworkers and junk food in the break rooms
some miserable coworkers