My role at South Shore Med Center changed and grew each year. During my time there, we went through 4 managers in my department. I felt like I was the glue holding it together. We went from a small community health center to a large hospital owned business. My department was the one everyone wanted to work in. We were a family. We took care of each other. The changes in culture, and mission changed too much during my time there. I loved the people I worked with, the patients, physicians, and ancillary staff. The job just became something other than what I wanted. It became hard to be a positive role model after awhile and it was best that I leave.
I would still recommend nurses work there, I would recommend medical care there. It is a great place on the whole to work.