I worked at Regional One Health full-time (Less than a year)
Patient load was manageable. The orientation of the unit was well organized and patient care materials and meds were easily accessible. Surround sight of the unit. Employee to patient ratio was more than acceptable. Nurses did not feel over worked. Patient care was important. Team and unit meetings were held on the floor and were not time consuming as to not take too much time away from patient care.
As with any hospital there were some employees that came just for the check and did not work as a team to help each other. The manager at the time had favorites, which is also a common problem anywhere you go.
Advice to Management
Focus on the team and not the individual when it comes to the unit. A work environment is no place to focus on friends it is a place to focus on policy. If you don't come to work to work then you need to look for something more suitable to your liking.
I applied online. I interviewed at Regional One Health (Memphis, TN) in March 2017.
It is not long, but can be very detail oriented. The interviews are by the person in human resource and then one by the hiring manager. The manager HR department will call in about a week or two after the interview.
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