current job status
Our hospital has gone through a lot of changes trying to keep up with the new regulatory requirements. There have been many challenging aspects with staff cuts. My co-workers are wonderful and supportive of each other. The hardest part of my job is the increased demands on staff due to decreased staff. The most enjoyable part of the job are the patients and co-workers.
Not a bad place to work
Good place to work, hospital cares about pt's and employees. Definately a place where you can grow, most management has employees backs and try to be supportive with work and family balances. Overall a good place to work.
Great place to work
Exeter Hospital has wonderful employees that work collaboratively for the patient best patient outcomes.
People care and they try but there is a lot of overhead. It is very hard to get significant work done.
TEAM/FAMILY VALUES A GREAT PLACE TO WORK
FAST PACED AND HECTIC ALL HANDS ON DECK!COOPERATION/COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MANAGERS CLINICAL COORDINATORS AND CO-WORKERSSTAYING REMOVED FROM THE EMOTIONAL ASPECT OF ILLNESSSEEING POSITIVE OUTCOMES FROM PATIENTS
An exceptional hospital and work place
Great teamwork with accommodating managers. I am still finding my place in the healthcare field and Exeter has few openings for new positions.
Excellent Place to Work
Great benefits, flexible schedules, advancement oppertunities
Good place to work
I worked in HR Recruiting and they are a bunch of great people to work with.
workplace with slow pace, not challenging.
small community hospital with little new learning opportunities.