I believe Sentara Healthcare is a great place to work. It is a business. If an employee can look at his or her position as a partnership then you will do great. Learn how to say to "No" to create a work life balance. Be ready to absorb new experiences so when you resign, retire, or move on take the experience with you. I would like for this healthcare system to ask nurses for their input when change affect their workflow. Currently employed with Sentara Healthcare.
Pay people what they are worth!!
Increase pay rates to match the market.
Answered - Remote Medical Coder (Former Employee) - Norfolk, VA
Try and assist to see if employee need a little more time to recover. would have helped
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Norfolk, VA