Southern California Hospital at Culver City

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Very short time due to constant turnover of competent staff.

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Standard hospital hours, however, nurses do not get true breaks. CNAs take long, leisurely breaks, because they just neglect the patients. There is no CNA covering for them while they are on their break. They will walk directly past call lights, patients screaming, etc. and go on a long break.

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Applied online and got a job offer immediately during the interview, you can tell they really need staff.

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It's overwhelming for new grads. I see a lot of them just disappear shortly into their orientation.

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Scared for the safety of my patients, but grateful that I knew I could properly care for them and they would be safe with me.

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Give all able staff one month to start working properly, or find employment elsewhere. Gut the rest and hire temporary employees (there are so many all of the time anyway, because they cannot keep good staff) while properly training new employees. Bring in hospitalists. Have MDs who do not see their patients lose privileges. Remove most management and get a competent, proactive, cohesive group started. Thank my lucky stars for the few good employees who just haven’t left due to being comfortable and utilize they for their true gifts. Give employees adequate support and resources. Get the entire hospital moving on a proper schedule cohesively. Once things are running the way they should, update the equipment and computer system to a good one that will make charting easier, faster, less redundant (more room for error), and more consistent for everyone.

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Health, Medical, Vision, 401K, Dental, PTO

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Once a year per protocol. The union is a joke.

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Overwhelming, if you actually care about patients and know right from wrong.

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