Hospital Wide Supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 March 2019
Senior Management run the place and if they dont like you, they will find anyway to get rid of you. They try didnt restructuring models and end up back in the same place where they started. families are not happy, clients are neglected.
Physiotherapist - Rehabilitation (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 November 2018
Runnymede has very team oriented staff members which ensure that patients are receiving the best care. Management tends to not include staff members in decision making processes which can make work a bit challenging
Rigistered Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 June 2018
Great team working environment, support for patients and their families. Staff annual training and weekly in service to update skills. Staff support programs available for any issues they might be going through.
Registered Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 May 2018
An unwelcoming place to work, especially when you are a new Nurse. Didn't recommend this place.No actual nursing involved. Your performance is evaluated according to the subjective comments from the senior staffs.
Good workplace, really makes an impact on the patients
Camp Counsellor Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 April 2017
Runnymede Healthcare Centre provides an excellent facility for helping elderly with mental/physical disabilities. They take great care of their patients and as a worker there you can truly make a great impact on their lives.
multicultural staff geared towards innovation and excellence in patient care
Registered Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 March 2017
I love working here because the management continues to support staff in developing their skills through innovative and active styles of learning so they can provide the best possible patient care. They have multicultural staff which is great.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 February 2017
The culture of this organization is corruption, beginning at the top. Unless you are part of the "royal circle," you will be treated like dirt beneath their shoes. VP of Human Resources is not qualified for his position.
RN (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 December 2015
introducing new nursing model and putting more pressure on the staff. But i loved working here even though I am not appreciated. I get work satisfaction when I see my patients get better and go home walking after rehab
Student Nurse (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 February 2015
During the time that I did my clinical at Runnymede the Hospital was under renovation but I give a lot of credit to the nursing staff who were able to maintain their standards of nursing care under such obviously difficult working conditions. The cliental their represented a wide range of cultural backgrounds and level of care. I developed skills that I did not possess before and I experienced a feeling of overwhelming accomplishment after having completed my clinical there.
The challenges made me focus more intently on the job at hand.
Limited space in which to work because of renovation