St. John’s Riverside Hospital Employee Reviews
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I love my position as a medical assistant so it doesn't matter where I work, truly. I will learn and thrive. Overall, this was an amazing place to work.
Free lunches, nice staff, nice atmosphere.
long waiting times for patients, not enough employees.
The only good thing is the compensation, but the management and all of the administrators treat the staff and employees with complete disregard. Absolutely the worst experience of my life! It was a small period of time that I spent here in my 30 year career in healthcare. I was treated poorly and made complaints that fell on deaf ears. I had no choice but to leave because nobody should ever be treated that badly.
Pay was good
Everything else, horrible.
I worked there 3 years many years ago.I always felt that management was not for the workers.Mind you I worked in substance abuse which is a small specialized part of St.John.Some of the counselors were nice. I always felt the nurses looked down on the counselors.The hospital is clean and nice and it was ok.unionized.
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Fast paced work place, good environment, fun people. Great organization, family oriented. People stay at the organization for many years. We have an amazing CEO who goes above and beyond the call of duty for his employees.
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Great environment to work at everybody works as a family great doctors great ministration staff well generous everybody work together as a team doctors physicians nurses environmental services Nutrition material handling management One big family
I learned a lot working at St John's. I had a supportive team and I was able to work alongside some of the most competent and brilliant staff nurses. Like any where else, there involves a degree of politics but my suggestion is just do your job, show up to work on time and mind your business and you will be ok.
I worked in the ED. It was a good place for a new nurse to get their feet wet & learn your skills. I learned a lot there & gained critical thinking skills. I liked the people I worked with. Most of the MD's are hard to work with but the ED MD's were great. Not a place for Nurses to work long-term though. Management is uptight. Get your experience and move on to a bigger magnet hospital that supports their Nurses.
I started it working there through a agency where they used to send me to do my task as a HHA. and one the manager named phedra love the way I performed my job and she decided to offer me a position there as a registrar perdiem position
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