Royal Inland Hospital
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RN in Obstetrics
on 30 November 2019
Management sets the tone
And it’s not positive Royal inland is a have not facility in interior health so most of the resources go to kelowna Leadership in kelowna is our of touch with front line nursing
LPN (Casual) in Kamloops, BC
on 13 November 2021
Very toxic place to work. If you got into nursing to care for people search elsewhere. The nursing shortage and poor management has created an uncaring toxic culture that feels unsafe to work in at times. There are many great healthcare staff on the floor; however, there are also many who are too task orientated. Undoubtedly a product of the nursing shortage. The shift coordinators are a large part of why I left tho. Walked away from nursing for good after an unpleasant discussion with a shift coordinator there. Life is too short to spend it unhappy, overworked, stressed, under paid, broken, and unappreciated.
RN in Ward
on 2 May 2021
No support, no compassion, no f$&ks given by management and directors
First i will say, its the frontline staff that carry this hospital on their shoulders, they are all strong and caring people who only want to do the job properly and safely and they suffer in terrible working conditions and shortages daily while they do the carrying. There is no morale or energy left among the nursing staff in particular. There is not even parking for staff on the premises, and you will be towed and or ticketed by impark if you park here including on nights when the parkade is empty.Unfortunately management is coerced on the directorial level and those with compassion and willingness to advocate for staff and patient care are long gone and we are left with thugs who do the bidding of their superiors no questions asked, happily at frontline staff’s expense. Until the rotten eggs have been walked out of their jobs, avoid this place.
on 11 February 2021
The worst
Worst management , not supportive of staff, just a toxic and horrible place to work. Most employees cry before and after shifts. Unsafe for patients breeds burn out and drains the life out of you
Sonographer in Kamloops, BC
on 22 December 2020
Great people to work with
This job and the people took me in and sharpened my skills. I learned everyday and was given the opportunity to obtain CEU credits. I would go back to work here any day.

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