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27 days ago

Academic Social Worker

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI

To design and implement social work component of Behavioral Science curriculum for the Department of Family Medicine. To educate residents and… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Outcomes Coordinator - RN

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI

The Performance Improvement Coordinator supports continuous regulatory readiness compliance activities for TJC, CMS, and RIDOH. These activities… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Nurse Manager, The Cancer Center

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI

Responsible for managing daily operations of The Cancer Center, ensuring smooth patient flow through the Infusion Center and the Hematology/Oncology… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Nurse Manager Surgical Services

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI

The Nurse Manager is responsible for implementation of the strategic plan and standards of care and practice in accordance with regulatory… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Stoke Center Assistant/Abstractor

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI

Provides administrative support to the Stroke Director with respect to all aspects of the MHRI Stroke Program. Communicates with all clinical… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Ultrasound Tech- Per Diem

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI

Perform various Ultrasound imaging studies on a varied population. Provide a safe environment for patients. Document technical settings, positioning… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Laundry Supervisor

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI

are clean and orderly. Responsible for performance reviews on these individuals. Oversees the entire department in the absence of the Laundry… Glassdoor


27 days ago

RN Cath Lab- Special Per Diem

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI

Responsible for the direct patient care for patients pre, intra and post cardiac catheterization and cardiac rhythm device procedures. Education… Glassdoor


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Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Reviews

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Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island President, CEO, and Trustee Francis R. Dietz
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    A decent place for union employees, otherwise look elsewhere

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    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant  in  Pawtucket, RI
    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in Pawtucket, RI

    I worked at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island

    Pros

    MHRI's most attractive benefit to employees is free family health insurance for full-time employees. This benefit sets the hospital apart from other hospitals in the area. Another attractive feature of working at MHRI is the opportunity to meet many different medical interns and residents who take part in patient care, as the hospital is a teaching hospital of Brown University.

    Cons

    MHRI's greatest flaws rest in management. Many of the department managers have been employed with the hospital for decades and were grandfathered into their positions. In some cases this means that college-educated employees are working for managers with little or no college education, who are making several times their salary. The lengthy tenures of management can also prevent opportunities for advancement among lower-ranking employees. As of the time I left MHRI, upper management also began reducing the hours of certain positions to make employees ineligible for the free health insurance or tuition reimbursement program.

    Aside from the general managerial issues, the work experience at MHRI varies greatly from one department to the next. Some employees work in departments with high morale and job satisfaction, while others are downright miserable. It all depends on the leadership and management styles of the particular department managers. There are managers in certain departments who govern their employees through threats and fear, treating their workers as disposable labor. Unfortunately, these managers have been grandfathered into their positions, and will most likely remain with the hospital through retirement.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Given the hospital's financial situation, as well as management issues, it would be in the best interest of the hospital to enter into buy-out negotiations with one of the major regional healthcare networks (such as Lifespan or Partners Healthcare). Most other hospitals in Rhode Island have already taken this step.

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