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There is a lot of gossiping at the job and it's very clicky. You can tell who are people's "favorites". Nurses will demand the techs to do something, yet they can simply do it themselves. EVERYONE is to do 15 min checks on the unit, but they'll go past that time limit, and it'll fall on one person to run around the whole unit for 24 patients. Certain techs will be on their phone the whole shift instead of completing work. Short staffed and paychecks are messed up, so double check them! Some staff don't follow the rules and patients end up running the units instead of the staff.
BHA in Reading, PA
on October 4, 2021
TBH is just a little over a year old. There are many changes that are consistently in motion.To be a part of those changes... you are a part of this hospital in it's infancy. Having had the opportunity to be a part of the spearheading to how TBH impacts the mental health community is exciting! The more onboarding of staff with new ideas and suggestions have been and continue to be essential to start building upon TBH's foundation. Administration brings much knowledge from experience and attempts to implement evidence based practices. They will ask you if you have any concerns on a weekly basis. They ACTUALLY want to know!! They are always receptive of input as well as make it a point to recognize staff that have had positive impacts on the patients and coworkers.This facility stands out because of the teamwork approach that is encouraged and reinforced - from orientation to working the floor. Every department has such an important role in making TBH as therapeutic of an environment as possible. The treatment team actually values the nurses input and having a voice feels wonderful! (We have the best case managers ever!) Nursing consideration is actually appreciated . As a nurse, it feels good to be acknowledged..Staff really does care about the well being of the patients and their team members. Many of the staff will go above and beyond to advocate for our patients.The nice part? Admin listens and is receptive to suggestions of staff and they are quick to respond with feedback. The 3-11 nursing supervisors work hard to ensure patient and staff safety. They are always willing to help if staff are busy.Our facility is beautiful and our patients have access to alot of activities. The hospital food is actually good! The entire building has a common goal.To see our patients get well and successfully move forward with their lives. I can honestly say that every single department is personable with the patients. That, to me, is awesome.Berks county has been long overdue for a quality behavioral health facility that promotes a positive atmosphere. TBH serves Berks and surrounding areas. While we are still working out what works best, the potential for a hospital that impacts the mental health community is there. If you are patient and flexible, this facility is not likely to disappoint. Some addendum thoughts..There is opportunity for growth. Efforts are made to provide frequent, educational lunches for nursing. Approachable admin that are truly invested.They do give away alot of swag. It's a fast paced environment on most days. Location is super convenient. Benefits are average. Our DON and managers/supervisors have done med passes. (I know I almost fainted too,) They are very willing to help which is something you don't see often in healthcare.Minimal PPE ....Perfect learning opportunity for someone majoring in psych if you work as a BHA (tech). Training is fast paced and can be overwhelming.The training process is transitioning for the better so staff feels fully acclimated. You learn something new each day and it's never boring. It makes 12 hour shifts cake. Did I say MINIMAL PPE?
RN in Tower Behavioral health
on September 11, 2021
The place is full of clicks, bias, staff who let others do their work while their on cell phones, sit, sleep or go off the unit. Many staff hook ups.
Health Care Aide in Reading, PA
on August 14, 2021
As a start up, it comes with challenges which is to be expected but it is apparent that the leadership and invested employees truly care about the mission and vision. TBH offers advancement, opportunity and shows great appreciation to employees - they have an employee appreciation event/giveaway every month!
RN in Reading, PA
on August 13, 2021
The supervisor in the business office is biased and has favorites. Going to work there was very stressful and I felt like I was walking on eggshells. If they want to dismiss you they will find a reason no matter what. Pay is good, benefits are ok, but no job security and very little job training.
Business Office Coordinator in Reading, PA
on August 9, 2021
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