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Butler Hospital

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345 Blackstone Blvd
Providence, RI 02906


Number of Beds 105

Walkthrough State NO

Compact State YES

State License Fee $130

License Wait Time 8 weeks

Temporary License $0

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State Hourly $34.96 (non-traveler)

State Annual $57,840 (non-traveler)

National Hourly $33.23

National Annual $69,110





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January 13, 2015

by Anonymous

Productive, compassionate place to work.

A typical day at work consists of running several groups and performing mobility assessments as needed. The bestpart of my job is interacting with patients for my entire shift. Running groups allows me to connect with patients on a level that is most enjoyable.

October 28, 2014

by Anonymous

We work as a team.

Busy unit from start to finish. Learn over the years to work well with others . All nursing staff are quantified persons. Most important is work as a team. Together anything and everything is accomplished.

March 21, 2013

by Anonymous

Overall a great company to work for.

Challenging and professional environmnet. Learned about a variety of mental illnesses and ways to assist clients in getting treatment.A typical day-triaging patients, getting report from Nurses at other hospitals on incoming patients, assessing patients mental health and physical health needs. Enjoy the variety and working with MD, SW's and other mental health professionals.

March 05, 2013

by Anonymous

Caring & sensitive environment for a variety of patients with mental health issues.

Butler is a professionally managed Psychiatric care facility. I coordinate care for 9-10 patients on a team with the assistance of a Mental health worker. I administer medications & instruction regarding medications' purpose & dosage to all 10 patients on my team. I assess my patients' psychiatric state each shift & determine care options. I report changes in condition to the patients' doctors. While working on day shift I participate in interdisciplinary care planning meetings. I work with & direct the team when a patient is in crisis & needs de-escalation. We practice least restrictive care, but at times a patient may need seclusion & restraint when they are a harm to themselves or others. I am particularly impressed by the staff's professional & caring attitude. I learned the importance of team work while doing psychiatric nursing.The hardest part of the job is working with a patient that cannot be reasoned with in any way. The best part of my day is when I see a patient smile when they realize we care about them & that there is hope for them.

August 27, 2012

by Anonymous

Compassionate working environement. Proactive in better work methods

Excellent work environment and well trained staff. Training always a part of every day duties. Teamwork very big part of daily work flow.Staff,Management and Directors all actively involved in updated information or training. Awards/Rewards program recognizes staffs above and beyond call of duty approach.