Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital
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I have been working at Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital full-time for more than 3 yearsPros
Some facets of the work environment, communication between clinical departments. Many individuals who work here are positive by nature, and don't cede to the garbage some others posit. Good teamwork when a code gets called. Good access to supplies if the proper channels are used. Lots of clinical exposure, good clinical experiences. Overall good experiences most of the time.Cons
Management is present on the floor for top-down spoon-feeding, little else. Management has been approached about this to little avail. Suggestions and comments go to the void. Top down is the way.
Organization money is tight, though the company is for profit. Funded areas are broadly approached, indicating upper level involvement. Details needing attention are ignored unless communication is persistent.
Many staff are lost to routine. The way it has always been done is the best way. Those who have been employed the longest are most willing to make shortcuts, not for the better. This is similar to some other work environments. Gossip exists, this is normal and expected but poor form.
Major cons are the personalities of despair. Some individuals simply do not want to work here or anywhere. There are profit seekers, true to the form of the company, and they will persist. Management turns a blind eye to negativity, for it is integral to the institution.
On average, over a quarter, staffing is balanced. This means there are spikes and troughs. The business isn't perfect, but why isn't a per diem pool used? Calling for agency staff is the preferred route, which can lead to an impromptu orientation shift.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Instead of simply walking through and disappearing to your office, are you cognizant of how things operate? Are your staff inspired by your leadership? What would you say you do here? Are your staff supporting each other to succeed?