Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust Employee Reviews
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Frimley Health is a busy and dynamic organisation. It cares about its people and helps them develop careers. within the department I work in there are several examples of people starting out in very junior roles and developing into very senior roles over time. There are many development opportunities but you do have to show you want to and are willing to put the effort in to progress. The people you work with are great, and everyone supports each other. Expect to be busy though
Outside of the PMO there is a real blame culture with staff actively sabotaging projects. There isn't a delivery mentality which makes trying to deliver projects practically impossible. The most productive days are when you work solely with suppliers.
The team I work with are wonderful and supportive. My job is face pace and high pressure which I actually enjoy. Sadly currently we have a manager who is not a people person to say the least. Considering they work in health care, the most important thing is climbing the ladder. Team support and wellbeing concern and support is nonexistent. My manager likes to demoralise and demean. The practice is common place with management in FPH
I was bullied by my service manager and her senior for 3 years. I was dreadfully unhappy In the department I was in & pleaded to be moved but it never happened. I would cry in car park before going in each morning so became unwell this led to more bullying & I was prescribed antidepressants by my gp.
Frimley Health is a dynamic organisation with many hard-working and dedicated NHS professionals. Frimley at the time I worked there was on an ascendant journey, bringing together two existing NHS Trusts into a single integrated entity which supports a large population with a very broad demographic.
As admin for a team of 7 Nurses work is busy and you need to be able to prioritise/ do more than one job at a time. Team support is good. Workplace culture is good. Slough is multicultural; English is not always the first language so listening skills are essential Hardest part is not taking sad news home with you.
9-5 job with additional hours woked on the weekends and late nights. Good friendley environment with open culture and multidisciplinary approach. Allowing room to learn and develop new skills and implementing new ideas. The hardest part of the job was working long hours.
The hospital is an environment full of management bullying and their lack of knowledge about policies and procedures is diabolical. The gossiping is terrible and it is a case if your face doesn't fit, then you are constantly picked upon, being told you are not good enough for your banding and nit picking every detail of your work. Highly stressful with the constant tension. They do NOT practice health and well being and do not support staff that are struggling with mental health issues and you are penalised for having a disability. I would NOT recommend working here, unless you want to have a mental breakdown!
Good NHS pension
Bullying, tension, no care and support.
I worked in both Wexham Park and Frimley Park hospitals in admin roles. In Frimley, bullying amongst staff was horrendous, yet the management did not want to know about it.. Constant (malicious) gossips in the office, some workers did not do much all day but discussing other workers in their absence. I felt overburdened by the huge workload that should have been shared between 2-3 people really. My experiences in Wexham Park were also negative. As a new starter, I was left to cope with a large workload as a colleague who was supposed to do the same work as I did, was off work most of the time. Typical scenario was that I worked busily all day whilst others in office were texting and chatting most of the day.. AVOID this Trust.
Cannot think of any to be honest...
Bad work culture, unsupportive managers, charges in car park, poor pay
I really enjoyed working here. Doctors, midwives, nurses, cares, porters alike. They all contributed to helping the health of the community & I wanted to help them perform they duties.
A very fast paced busy work place. Can be very rewarding but looked down on frequently. I have been able to learn quite a lot, from being able to take blood pressures, preforming an ECG, Venipuncture ( Blood Taking ), Blood Glucose Monitoring, Removing of Catheters. Not much support from management very rare.The hardest part of the job is being Very understaffed and never having the right staffing ratio very unsafe at times. Can be very rewarding when you see you have helped and supported someone who was very sick and is now fit enough to be discharged and healthy.
Can be very rewarding job
Long hours, Low pay, No support from management