Royal Inland Hospital
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3.7 out of 5 stars.
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Busy team based environment.

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Very busy nursing environment. Well run establishment. Death and the shift work was the hardest part of the job. An excellent team approach to the job. Lots of support from administration.
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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.


Some great nurses and healthcare staff


Poor parking, unsafe working conditions, underpaid for how fast paced and unsafe the job is, toxic culture, poor management, understaffed.
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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




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This hospital has a very toxic work environment. There are too many new grad nurses with poor skill sets to do their jobs even adequately. The managers are more interested in keeping their jobs rather than promoting and fostering good nursing care. Some of the units do not follow Worksafe B.C. protocols for safety. When it is brought to the attention of educators and managers it is dismissed as unimportant. There are constant staffing shortages and nurses are pulled from one unit to another regardless of being orientated to a different unit.
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Based on 19 reviews

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3.6 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.7 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.5 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
3.6 out of 5 stars for Management
3.4 out of 5 stars for Culture

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