St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals
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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
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Registered Nurse
£28,040 per year
Locum Consultant
£94,582 per year
Deputy Director
£97,360 per year
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HCA in St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospital
on 28 April 2020
Lovely Team To Work For provides High level of Patient Care always maintaining patients dignity and giving the patients choice. Good management and good communication between management and staff
Podiatrist in St Helens, Merseyside
on 12 February 2021
The worst trust I’ve ever worked at by far
I noticed the podiatry team at St. Helens are constantly wanting staff. This for the future will always ring alarm bells if I see a trust always needing staff as they can’t keep anyone long enough. First of all Training is completely inadequate. The complicated rio computer system is only a few hours of none specific training and when you are being shown the specifics the podiatry management have absolutely no patience in showing new staff how to use the system. Really unprofessional staff as they are constantly back stabbing and calling each other behind their backs. There were a few helpful people but it wouldn’t surprise me if they slagged me off like everyone else did to each other Awful environment I’d warn anyone to steer clear of this podiatry team
RN in Medical Directorate
on 29 March 2020
Poor Management
Ward staff are generally OK. Problems come from matrons upward. Directorate management thinks as an RN you are a lazy idiot. They think you can treat all patients the same, do not understand that patients are individuals, they see it all as numbers on a chart. Their answer is always empty the bed, just get it done, resulting in some very near misses and failed discharges. Do not get sick, regardless of the disease or disability, they will run you through the sickness policy and out the door, escorted by security, as if you have stolen something, humiliating.
Volunteer Worker in Placement counsellor
on 14 March 2020
It’s a good hospital to work in. It is clean, modern, and new-build. I enjoy work there. I have work there for one year as placement counsellor. Thus, I cannot make a general statement about that hospital
Health care Assistant at the hospital in Whiston
on 29 December 2019
Great hospital
It is a amazing hospital. I hope when I graduate to get a full time nursing job on a&e as I love working on that department. I know that area very well. The staff in that department (the whole hospital) are amazing and fun to work with.
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