Tower Behavioral Health
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About the company

  • CEO
    Stephanie Lee
    81%
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    201 Wellness Way Reading...
  • Link
    Tower Behavioral Health website
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2.6120212.502022

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Registered Nurse in Reading, PA
on January 10, 2022
This place has gotten progressively worse since I've started. Incredibly understaffed at all times with a constant revolving door of people. Management will tell and do anything to get you to stay past your shift. No security at times, and you are expected to take free beatdowns. Will underplay the physical abuse the staff endures for their image. No one is on the same page, ever. Management and administration is nonexistent. They will expect you to deal with most situations on your own. Bonuses are terrible and they will try their very best to get people in before offering these abysmal bonuses. Supervisors are forced to work the floors due to understaffing. At night, management will try and offer disrespectful bonuses to nurses if they have to work the floor without a coassign nurse, and the only offer these bonuses to those that actually speak up against their terrible practices. Working weekends is a nightmare most times. There is no upper management in the building other than a supervisor and nurse practitioner on-call over the weekend. This place is a complete mess and will use the excuse of being a "newer" facility to justify everything that is wrong with this place. The facility is new and clean, but it's not worth the stress, abuse, and risk you will endure. Beware.
Behavioral Health Associate in Reading, PA
on July 28, 2022
By far one of the worse places I worked! Management is horrible just horrible an actual joke! They do not care about the patients at all, its just all about the money. Also the pay is not good at all especially with everything you go through. And they love to hide everything.
Registered Nurse (RN) in Reading, PA
on July 20, 2022
I put in a lot of thought and consideration prior to applying for employment at Tower Behavioral Health. I had been working in another psychiatric facility where I was fairly happy but knew I needed change. At my previous facility, I did not feel I had a lot of opportunity for career growth. I spoke with a few nurses who worked at Tower Behavioral Health, and they encouraged me to apply. Applying to TBH was the best career choice I have ever made. I have worked in multiple different mental health settings as an RN and this is BY FAR the best facility I have ever seen. This new facility has the best features for someone struggling with a mental illness. Safety is number one! There are plenty of safe areas for patient leisure and activity. Each unit has it's own courtyard where the patients enjoy going outside regularly. As an RN at TBH, I have been shown support by, not only my direct supervisor, but the entire administrative staff. We are recognized when we do a great job and frequently told how much we are appreciated. There is always opportunity for career growth. I have been blessed with a promotion. This confirms that hard work at this facility does not go unnoticed!
BHA in Reading, PA
on April 4, 2022
My time at Tower Behavioral Health has been a overall frustrating experience. It is very obvious to see how much the hospital puts their financial gain over the needs of their patients. They have no respect for their employees, or care for the patients at the facility. When staff comes up with suggestions, they are never taken seriously. It is only with the looming threat of a possible union that management wants come in and meet with their employees. Now we are forced into ridiculous meetings daily. They pull people from units for these meetings and leave the units more understaffed than they were prior. They place patients on 1 to 1s knowing that the patient has a tool to harm themself or others. Instead of handling the situation at hand, they will beat around the bush until a problem becomes out of control. The lack of awareness and care by management is alarming and disappointing. If management would take the feedback from their staff seriously, then we could possibly see improvements in the care provided at Tower Behavioral Health. Instead we are belittled, gaslighted, and seen as disposable once we try to create change. You will not find fulfillment from working in a setting such as this.
Therapist/Counselor in Reading, PA
on January 20, 2022
The work being done is about providing quality patient care. There is growth as the hospital and staff have been growing. The most enjoyable part of the job is the patients successes and the hardest part is balancing the work that needs to be done but this comes with any setting such as this.

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The person who interviewed me was awesome. Not a normal interview. More talk about job description and other things than typical interview.

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