Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Employee Reviews
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Bullying culture in certain departments, not all. Senior management not interested in the staff. Research department at Glan Clwyd Hospital is best avoided, seriously clicky environment. Not good for the mental health.
Wards are busy but ok
Long shifts not good on such busy wards
This is a review for the role I had in a Community based Diagnostic service - After working for 11 years and helping in the development of an excellent service, I left in 2019 due to refusal of management to take action regarding the further development of a non quality assured diagnostic service which was putting the lives of Gwynedd & Anglesey patients at risk. Poor communication and constructive dismissal was attempted following 10 years of being a key Lead in the Service. I was employed to work in Gwynedd & Anglesey, but ended up working in Denbighshire & Wrexham areas due to a new employee who had been employed for this region - deciding 6 months later it was not convenient.
As a health care you will provide care to patients in hospitals or other medical settings. Assistants are under the direction of a qualified professional, and tyou will work closely with patients to ensure their comfort and safety this is a fast pase and also demanding role with in the health care setting but also rewarding.
Nepotism is rife.. bullying is an everyday occurrence. Managers don’t manage, they manipulate; they recruit their friends, family and people they’ve been intimate with to ensure they’re untouchable. The most unprofessional managers I’ve ever had the unfortunate disadvantage of working for. My advice would be to stay well clear of mental health in BCUHB. Here’s to another five years in special measures with these clowns running the show.
There are job opportunities to get out of mental health
working in the hospital kitchen is a change from working in a busy restaurant but it doesn't mean the tasks are any easier. keeping the kitchen to a satisfactory standard in keeping with environmental health and management expectations. keeping up with the serving of the food for the patients can be a challenge as each meal is of course different and focusing on the details per order to be sure the patient gets what they need and want in a timely manner.
Lovey place to work, valued and appreciated. All staff are kind hearted and passionate about their jobs. Everyone is so helpful and ou are treated respectfully regards to your job role or authority. Recommend here to everyone. Brilliant place.
Everyone was so kind and made time for me, even in their busy schedules. I loved working there for my work experience. I got to see many areas of the hospital and may even work there when I'm older, if I decide that job is for me.
Everyone was very kind
On my feet all day
Very fast pace, lovely team to work with and very supportive. It is a lovely role to add to your CV, as you are not only assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating patient care, you are learning new valuable skills that are not learnt on a ward. You will learn venepuncture, cannulation, assisting in taking biopsies, managing bleeds and emergencies, change of PEG's and plenty more.
Great team of staff, very supportive and great atmosphere
The placement position allowed me to develop new skills in a work environment with new tasks being presented throughout my stay. Communication skills were also developed within the role with clear communication needed with the public and other team members.
Development, Willing to take placement students
The travel time to work was high