New Hanover Regional Medical Center
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I have been working at New Hanover Regional Medical Center full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Free parking. Employee pharmacy. Employee health clinic. Very good co-workers. Majority of hospital workers are pleasant. Clean, environment. Wonderful patient population. Currently has pension plan.Cons
Required to work overtime but sent home when census a little low.( treated like day laborers not like the professionals we are). Frequently work understaffed. Poor response to unit needs by upper management. Horrible computer charting program limits the nurses ability to accurately document patient events.
Required to complete mandatory continuing education on days off. No regard for personal time.
Benefits constantly decreasing for staff while upper management receives better benefits and large bonuses. My take home pay is the same as it was 10 years ago due to increased cost of benefits. This is in spite of raises and 1-2% merit raises.
HR out of touch with what is happening in actual health care setting. Senior exit interviewer stated she had never been on my unit. Stated no awareness of above issues.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Money would be saved and productivity increased if staff were not constantly being put in positions that endanger our patients and our licenses. Stop the ridiculous yearly employee satisfaction survey. It is always worded in a way that prevents the staff from expressing their true feelings. If you are not going to make it accurate, just forget it. We are not dummies. We are professionals . In over 30 years, I have seen NHRMC slide from a busy but pleasant place to work, to a miserable energy draining place to earn a paycheck. Attend a few codes , see the pros at work and stop trying to make us give more. We have nothing left to give. I still have 10 years to work but it will not be for NHRMC.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO