- Type: Acute Care Hospitals
- Ownership: Government - Hospital District or Authority
- Certifications: Top Performer in Key Quality Measures by Joint Commission, The Gold Seal of Approval by The Joint Commission
- Services: Anesthesiology, Dentistry, Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Human Genetics, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat), Pathology, Pediatrics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery
- Trauma Level: Level I Trauma Center
- Teaching: Yes
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Good benefits, paid time off,
Absent leadership, increasing acuity over the past years and also slowly increased number of patients, used to be 3-4 patients per nurse and now 5-6 or more, they claim to want to be the safest hospital but with increased patient loads we often have to stay late charting and hardly get our lunch in a reasonable time. 12 hour shifts often turn into 14.
Endoscopy (GI, Gastroenterology)
coworkers, cafeteria is nice, benefits are great. working 10 hr days in a procedural area is nice.census fluctuates
understaffed, no support from management, docs complain about how unsafe things are but won't teach us what we need census fluctuates too much
Medical-Surgical (MS, Med-Surg)
Cool people. Diverse employee environment. Doctors are always in house and avaliable. Good choices in the cafeteria. 12 hr shifts. Located downtown.
Pay for parking.
Pay, scheduling, food options, people,facility are all good. Hospital is really big lots of opportunities.
Parking needs to be paid by the employee and it isn't at the hospital. It's far away and there's a shuttle bus that takes you back and Forth to car and usually results in getting to work late
Case Management (CM)
Facility not good lication, parking not good, benefits and pay competitive, morale in facility is good, case management department goid leadership
Parking, location of hospital, raises
Case Management (CM)
The facility has a good lacation, city, lots to do, people friendly, benefits good, pay so so, large trauma 1 level hospital with great opportunity for experience, teaching facility
Parking, politics, BS
Top staff and physicians
Great co-workers, top physicians who are also professors, diverse patient population. I learned so much. Great health benefits.
The pay is lower than other healthcare systems in the area. Some of the upper management seems out of touch with clinics and their function.
Operating Room (OR)
New operating rooms and locker rooms. Great people and surgeons to work with.
Push for faster room turnover times can be stressful. Not enough support staff to facilitate. Management changes are being made.
Coworkers, friendly, good nursing experience, good support from manager, clean environment,
pay isn't very good at all, tough population to work with, nursing shortage, slow to progress like other hospitals, parking
Coworkers, scheduling, patients, Magnet hospital, Level I trauma, urban hospital, benefits, education assistance, nurse residency program, clinical ladder program, unit based committees, hospital wide committees, shared governance, Daisy award program
Pay, leadership, staffing, parking, holiday requirements, weekend requirements, night shift, rotating schedule, food options, cost of parking
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