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Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Reviews

What is it like working at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center?

Impactful work that makes a difference.
Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist in Cincinnati:
Pros: Flexibility and opportunity for new projects
Cons: growth opportunity
Extremely stressful.
Human Resources (HR) Coordinator in Cincinnati:
Pros: Working from home partially
Cons: No development opportunities, low pay raises, low pay in general
A very enjoyable position.
Residency Coordinator in Cincinnati:
Pros: The department I work in is very collaborative and many move on due to promotions which is a great problem to have.
Cons: The annual merit raise depends on everyone in your department If one person gets a higher raise then someone else has to get a lower raise. Very difficult to get the full 3%
It has good pay the people are stupid but the parents and children I home care with are a pleasure to work with.
Nurse Private Duty in Cincinnati:
Pros: The patients I work with
Cons: The people/ other workers
Managing the flow and well being of the hospital floor, nurses, and patients.
Charge Nurse (RN) in Cincinnati:
Pros: Mattering to patient families.
Cons: Some of my co workers, not being respected for our hard work compared to other floors.
Will receive same pay as new grad even with experience.
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Cincinnati:
Pros: Wish I could state one.
Cons: I make 68 cents more than a new nurse with no experience. Starting new RNs at 31.50 but I make 32.18 with 4 yrs experience. They do not care to retain experience. I do not feel valued in my current role.