Staff nurse-Emergency Department, Trauma I Center (Former Employee) – Morgantown, WV – May 12, 2018
I can't really speak for the above questions because I was a per diem employ and only worked on Saturdays and Sundays. I did notice a lot of helpful staff and friendly patients. I was able to witness traumas being at a level one trauma center. I enjoyed my time there.
Office Manager, Department of Anesthesiology (Current Employee) – Morgantown, WV – May 6, 2018
The new CEO and leadership is ambitious. The institution is expanding rapidly, and experiencing some growing pains trying to keep up with that growth, but it's an exciting place to work. Leadership is looking for ways to keep its people happy and has introduced several new benefits and perks to do so. The biggest drawback is the complaints from people who've been there forever who are resistant to change.
Caring leadership who want to provide a stable, positive environment
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Morgantown, WV – April 17, 2018
I had originally started off in one area of the hospital, where I did very well for the first few months until I was left to a clinic to run practically by myself. I eventually was given a transfer to another department that was run very effectively and efficiently. There I found my niche and came to thoroughly enjoy my role. When I found out I had to leave I was devastated.
Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Morgantown, WV – February 7, 2018
A typical day at work was always fun. It was a place that surely kept you on your toes. I enjoyed working there because of all the training they provided you with. The management team really took time to listen to you if you had a problem. I don't think there was a hard part of my job if you took the time to learn. My coworkers when I worked there was very helpful and fun to work around.
As a resource nurse you were pulled every four to eight hours as needed for ten different units that were in your pod, very busy oncology, cardiac, step down units, telemetry, orthopedics, trauma, ER, observation unit. Excellent manger to work with, only PRN.
This is a level 3 NICU. It is fast paced with high intensity. The experience is vast as it is a tertiary care center. There isn't a sense of community with the staff. I believe secondary to the large size of the staff, great than 125 RN plus ancillary staff. It was the most rewarding to see very small infants not only survive but thrive and go home.
I have been employed less than one year there, however, my impressions are positive so far. Management is professional yet very personable and approachable. The attitudes are positive with patient outcomes and service a top priority without minimizing the importance of employee satisfaction.
Valet Parking Attendant (Former Employee) – Morgantown, WV 26506 – June 29, 2017
The management was absolutely horrible. Management would make decisions without consulting with the employees that the changes were going to effect. I learned and developed great customer service skills. I enjoyed talking to the patients and helping them with their needs. The hardest part of the job was being able to work in adverse weather conditions.
Great place to work with nice people to be around. I worked in the children's hospital and absolutely enjoyed it. I worked 10 hr days in a little room with 2 other people. We all got along really well and improved our communication skills with nurses, registered dietitians and managers.