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HCA Draper, UT

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    The hospital I work for was bought by HCA and since then the overall management has changed
    extensively for the worse.

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    Current Employee - Registered Nurse  in  Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at Hospital Corporation of America

    Pros

    Presently, it is very hard to give pros on my job. The only pros are related to the other
    bedside nurses that I work with. Many of them continue to give good care and stand up
    for what is right for the patient despite the criticism they receive from the management
    and lack of support from the management.

    Cons

    They say they have open communication throughout al levels of management. Yes, you
    can talk to anyone and they listen but they never resolve issues or problems. They are
    all about the all mighty dollar and care little for their employees. The management is never
    accountable for their mistakes but tend to place blame on employees when things do not
    work. They are the worst hospital management I have ever worked under as an RN.
    Bottom line is they actually do not care about patient care- just if they are making money.
    They have nursing staff ratio to patients is high. They do not use acuity of patient to calculate
    nurse to patient ratio- though JCAHO is starting to recognize that better patient outcomes
    are found is lower patient to nurse ratio. HCA is not about patient care just about making
    money at the cost of their employees and the patients.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn about what patient care actually is. YOU ARE TAKING CARE OF PEOPLE'S LOVED ONES
    NOT INANIMATE OBJECTS.. Maybe if you gave back to your employees instead of making
    so much profit -you may become a better company. Eventually, the word will get out about
    how you treat your non management people. Your type of management should not be in
    healthcare- maybe doughnut making but nothing involving ill humans.

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