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    Beth Goodner
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    201 to 500
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Acute Rehab Unit PRN / Registered Nurse in Murfreesboro, TN
on August 8, 2021
Not a truly charge nurse in place. The expect you to anwer non stop ringing phones while trying to take care of patients and medications. Very stressful. Good part was having a great team to work and help each other.
Administrator in Lubbock, TX
on September 8, 2021
Trustpoint is a great hospital and a great place to work. I love the patients we serve and my co- workers and can’t imagine working anywhere else. We are constantly improving our systems and making sure we are top notch!
Behavioral Health Technician in Murfreesboro, TN
on August 12, 2021
Management sucks, the higher management only care about money and not about our safety. The adult unit has had 6 managers in one year. The current manager talks to staff like they are stupid. Has favorite techs that can do whatever they want.
Receptionist/Patient Registration in Murfreesboro, TN
on July 13, 2021
I have worked in 2 different departments while being at TrustPoint, and this gives me a unique perspective as to the hospital as a whole. I have thoroughly enjoyed both of my positions. I think everywhere you work you will always have some issues, whether they be with management, with coworkers, or anything else, but with any issues I have had, the people are always what made me want to stay. I have worked with a really good group of people who care about each other as people and are great to work with. It can be very fast paced and challenging at times but I enjoy it. I also think it is important to make an effort and see people's best intentions, and a lot of times I find some people do not do that so they have a negative outlook on everything and nobody can do anything right for them. An example being some people say management is bad, but they are not thinking about the fact that they have really tried to make an effort, where at other jobs you will find management that truly does not care. Every job has issues but I believe that the team here is doing a good job at improving communication, appreciating their employees, and making this hospital a GREAT place to work. I truly love my job and will stay as long as they let me.
RN Staff Nurse in Murfreesboro, TN
on June 19, 2021
This place is a nightmare. Management is so disorganized and does not value you or your time, effort, and contributions to the hospital/units. I worked here for only 6 months, and when I left, the hospital was looking for our 3rd unit manager because they kept quitting or getting fired. With each new manager and interim manager came new policies and rules, and the massive lack of communication meant that the nurses and techs working on the unit didn’t know what was “current” or “outdated”. Staff kept quitting or getting fired left and right. (When I left, even though I had only been there a short time, I was one of the two with the most seniority on our unit). Unit was severely understaffed, to the point of it being dangerous(one night it was only myself and one other PCT for the entire unit). I have seen great nurses get fired for the most ludicrous things. Upper Management is very clique-y and basically this small group of individuals determines who stays and who gets fired based upon if they like you or not. I left because I value my license and my safety. Seriously, this place is not the place to be if you want to explore psych nursing. Try one of the other hospitals in the region.

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