Saint Vincent Hospital

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Saint Vincent Hospital

Details

Number of Beds 369
Walkthrough State NO
Compact State NO
State License Fee $275
License Wait Time n/a
Temporary License n/a
License Website www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/
State Hourly $41.74 (non-traveler)
State Annual $57,840 (non-traveler)
National Hourly $33.23
National Annual $69,110
County

Worcester

Population
5,546
Rent-Studio
$731
1 Bedroom
$802
2 Bedrooms
$1,017
Temperature info
City

Worcester

Population
181,908
Homicides (per 10,000)
0
Rapes (per 10,000)
1
Assaults (per 10,000)
74
Robberies (per 10,000)
20
Average commute times
Average age

25 Winthrop St
Worcester, MA 01604

(508) 798-1234

http://www.svh-worc.com

Reviews

5/5

by

i

I loved working for this hospital

The compensation was fair. My colleagues were knowledgeable and friendly.
5/5

by

i

PRIVATE HOME CARE

I ENJOY WORKING WITH PATIENTS , HELPING TALKING CARE OF SENIORS
1/5

by

i

I would not recommend working at this hospital

The company is a for profit hospital, so their main focus is making money for their stock holders. Their Operating Room is Very inefficient; surgeons never run on time because of slow turnover which results in their being late for office sessions. Management is in too many layers & the mid-mangement has so much turnover, that reviews of managers get delayed. In the 4 yrs I worked there, there were 2 CEO's, 2 CNO's, & 2 COO's. The organization advertises their commitment to quality patient care, however their commitment to the community is very limited. They have no representation to the Infant Mortality Reduction Task force & no relationship with the March of Dimes, all related to the leadership in their Center for Women & Infants. Their Prenatal Outreach Clinic for indigent women has closed as they eliminated the job of the Nurse Practitioner there in favor of having a Midwife whom they have had difficulty finding & hiring. That job was eliminated as a cost saving measure along with 100 other jobs to most likely fund their new Cancer center building due to open in Dec. 2012. There was no commitment on the hospital's part to market the clinic & consequently, the productivity numbers were not where the hospital wanted them. The hospitalist PA's are overworked, underpaid & are not appreciated or recognized for their contribution to patient care.It was a very frustrating position there without much support from administrators or managers. The best part of the job was contributing to the health & well being of a needy population.
5/5

by

i

i like working with my co-workers

the hospital was a very nice to work for. theworkers are very nice and pleasant to be with.

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