Leadership interested in employees suggestions. Most staff motivated in their positions.
Access to hospital entry after-hours changes almost daily, no consistency 're which door to use or which is locked.
Advice to Management
Keep listening to the staff :)
I worked at John Randolph Medical Center part-time (More than 8 years)
I was born in this hospital and know a lot of things about it.
Staff to patient ratio is not the best. Needs to be refurbished.
I have been working at John Randolph Medical Center part-time (More than a year)
The staff at John Randolph is respectful and helpful. I have also found the nursing directors to be very accommodating. Joh Randolph serves a small community which is very tight nit and friendly.
There didn't seem to be much room for advancement in my position (patient care companion). The hours are pretty difficult and the position is pretty boring but you get what you sign up for.
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I have been working at John Randolph Medical Center full-time (More than 3 years)
Family like environment with co-workers. Everyone knows you in this small hospital.
Invisible senior leadership, horrible morale, losing physicians and great people.
Advice to Management
Lead by example. Walk the talk. Be inspirational and motivational, not demeaning and abrasive.
I worked at John Randolph Medical Center full-time (More than a year)
Reasonable compensation and benefits, but nothing to write home about.
The prioritization of finances is obvious in all high level decision making that takes place. If you work for this hospital, you will find yourself executing the deeds of a greedy corporation. While there is an obvious need to be more cost conscience in health care, it is taken to the extreme in this environment and patient care is ultimately compromised. The company is loaded wit slick talking bureaucrats who will do their best at manipulting you into thinking otherwise, but any person with half a brain and the ability to objectively evaluate the company's operations will realize the sad reality. You will not have a voice regarding any decision making unless a financial benefit is the result. If you chose healthcare as a career because you enjoy helping sick people, do not work here.
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