- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Southwestern Vermont Health Care full-time (More than 3 years)No opinion of CEONo opinion of CEO
Hospital known for its great nursing, friendly staff.
Cost cuts including labor, constant worry if you will lose your job. is in many companies, there tend to be employee "cliques".
Advice to Management
Management, although has increased communication with employees, has become much more obscure. Get out and meet the employees. In a smaller hospital like SVMC, it makes a difference. More opportunity for employees to learn new jobs would be beneficial.
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From its humble beginnings as a 35-bed medical care center, Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) has grown into a full-blown health system serving more than 55,000 people in a three state (Vermont, New York, Massachusetts) area. The not-for-profit health system's flagship facility is Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, which has about 100 beds. The system also includes The SVHC Centers for Living and Rehabilitation, Northshire Medical Center, and Deerfield Valley Health Center, as well as home health and hospice operations. SVHC, which was established in 1918, provides...