Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Work wellbeing score is 63 out of 100
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust ratings in Truro

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Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust Truro employee reviews

Quality Improvement Manager in Truro, Cornwall
on 27 September 2023
Fab colleagues and passionate team wanting to make a difference
I’ve worked for the trust for 3 years, my day-to-day involves a lot of fire fighting and things are difficult since covid with lots of backlogs and pressure so it can be quite stressful but my team are amazing and very supportive, I also believe management are passionate about getting things better for all patients in Cornwall. They are trying their best in extremely difficult circumstances. The ...
Healthcare Support Worker in Truro
on 10 June 2023
Great place to work with amazing, kind colleagues, however times are changing and wages and work life balance are being left behind. Very interesting and varied job that keeps you learning and in your toes.
Nurse in Truro, Cornwall
on 18 April 2023
Lack support and progression
Employed as a senior experienced nurse, all of my suggestions for improvement or change were ignored. Do not allow you to progress to higher bands unless your prepared to work full time
CIA Clinical Imaging Assistant Ultrasound in Truro
on 11 July 2022
If you have your feet under the table and have been there a while then your all set to boss the newbies around whilst you do nothing. If your new then expect all the hardest, dirtiest, most stressful jobs whilst others take the easy tasks for themselves. Management let the longest running staff members create own rotas so they basically get to do what they want, when they want. They also don’t tra...
Current Employee in Truro
on 17 May 2022
Rewarding but stressful, long hours and often demanding both physically and mentally.
Working for the NHS offers many opportunities in training and development along with benefits. However it is both physically and mentally demanding, often stressful and demanding and not to be entered into lightly. RCHT varies depending on your specific ward or place of work for how these aspects vary.

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