fun working place , you learn a lot if you want ,fast pace Truma setting always on your feet
Housekeeping Aide (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 2 February 2017
Alot of politics too many bosses and the best advice I can give is do your job and don't get involved. I've been there for 20 years did my job and others if you have a strong personality u can servive,when u work in that environment .
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 6 July 2015
like any other place, you have your good and bad. I have experience good managers, bad managers. good working conditions/resources and bad ones. good supportive staff and the not so supportive staff. I left because I moved to ON, not b/c RCH was a bad place to work.
RN (Former Employee) – New Westminster, B.C – 28 June 2014
For your own sanity and health, do NOT accept a job here. High patient acuity coupled with an insensitive, poor management does not produce a good outcome. Nurses are expected to work unpaid overtime, work through breaks and work 12-hour shifts on top of it all.Each RN takes 5-7 high-acuity patients. The nursing model is primary nursing and there is ONE care aide for 35 patients - you will not be able to give essential care required and if you're any kind of a decent nurse, this alone will destroy you. Benefits are good, but not worth giving your life for. You were warned!
Area Supply Attendant (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 23 March 2014
The job consisted of inventorying nursing stations and operating rooms in the morning, and delivering the previous days orders in the afternoon, you were left alone to get your job done, a really good and supportive staff and management team
Food Service Worker / Server (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 5 August 2012
I loved being apart of the health care industry. It gave me a sense of pride and self worth. I learned so much about patient care working as a Food Service Worker. Working as a team was amazing and I absolutely loved how so many people can work as one to provide excellent care and complete the necessary tasks at hand. The hardest part of the job was having to go home each day when I felt the need to stay and help others, whether it was a patient with no visitors or even the kitchen itself. I will always enjoy knowing that I made a difference in the lives and well being of others.