Nurse (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 15, 2018
This hospital is run by Select Medical and not TriHealth, which is where the problem lies. Leadership was poor and they loved to blame the management and charge nurses rather than look bad themselves. The culture is toxic, stressful and not worth it. At any moment, for any mistake, expect to be pulled into HR and written up and therefore have bonuses and raises taken away for the next year. The bottom line is money and not patient care. I would avoid this place as patient or staff.
Benefits were good
Too many to list but mostly toxic culture caused by poor leadership
Nurse (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – April 19, 2018
Poor team work, poor management, constant hostile environment. Immature staff. High turnover with leadership. Gossiping amongst leadership. Long hours. Communication amongst staff is poor. Onboarding process is terrible. No work family life balance. This is not a full TriHealth company.
I was in an executive leadership position and found the management to be weak and as a result there was a lot of the blame game. The frontline staff try hard to do a good job but due to constant turnover in the leadership they do not know what the right thing is anymore. Company is a part of Select Medical and because of this they have excellent technology and best practices to refer to for clinical expertise. I resigned from my role due to not agreeing with the culture that the leadership promotes.
New building, technology, ability to transfer to another Select site
Unskilled managers, culture, work life balance, training
Upper management recently changed. Increased stress environment. Lots of negativity. High volume turn-over is going on: 2 nursing supervisors left, as well as several RNs and Aides. High patient to nurse/aide ratios. Calling off staff to maintain high ratios. Pay is ok. Low PTO accrual. Lots of gossip (including Supervisors), no team work. Aides are called Rehab Aides and are not STNAs. No respect.
Management is very good, charge nurses are helpful, hours are flexible, you make your own schedule, team work, doctors are ok, very fast paced work, busy but good busy, you learn a tons r/t stroke , spinal cord injury patient.