Management had a habit of promoting non-whit nurses generally from the Phillipines. You could be the most qualified, and never be given an opportunity to promote. Additionally, if you were hired as a temporary RN, had 20+ years experience you were not promoted to permanent before a new grad.
I loved working with this institution, mostly for the fact that I touched lives in diversional manners. The most important thing when working here is to “strictly “ maintain SITUATIONS AWARENESS always. It was an interesting experience!!!
I believe this is the worst place someone could work at manegment will try to set you up so you can be fired at any time your always stressed becuse of this the patients are more enjoyable to be around then your fellow employees very ugly place to work.
Fellow employees are dedicated to patient care but management is poor. They have little concern for the patients or for employees. The hardest part of the job was not dealing with mentally ill patients but with uncaring, incompetent management.
Worked in many different environments with lots of different people everyone seem to appreciate what I did for them. People that work there were always glad to assist you to learn what you need to do for your position.
RZN2 (Former Employee) - FSCRIP - December 6, 2019
I quit due to disorganization, lack of communication and inability of the higher up personal to communicate to the staff. I was qualified for the position, in fact over qualified. I wanted on call and I know there is the need yet could not get satisfaction to finish the orientation needed to work on the unit.