SJH has had a hostile environment for many years. The Union was brought in to help protect the nurses from a hostile administration. I no longer work there, and could say a lot about the down hill trend in care at SJH. Not because the night shift played a guitar or got on-line, but because the management runs off competent nurses, which means nurses with little experience train new nurses. You will see very few employees with more than a few years under their belts. Any nurse that has worked at SJH for many years is a rarity. Nurses are taught to be patient advocates, not management's puppets. Those who speak out as patient or staff advocates don't work there long. They are usually asked to
retire, or are subject to termination. I know of managers who abused and stole medication for personal use, yet still maintained their licsense and their positions. I guess they never went on the internet at work though....
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In Print This Week:
Sep 22, 2016
vol XXVII issue 38
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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