Carilion NRV Medical Center awarded by Nurse.org
Nurse.org , the web’s leading career site for nurses, has recognized Carilion New River Valley Medical Center as one of the top hospitals for nurses to work for in Virginia.
Over the past two years, Nurse.org has collected 1,118 surveys of nurses from 107 hospitals in Virginia about their workplace satisfaction. The data from the reviews from Virginia state revealed that Carilion New River Valley Medical Center has one of the highest levels of job satisfaction among its nurses.
Reviewers cited supportive coworkers, flexible scheduling, and competitive pay as the basis for the 4.1 star rating with 94% of the nurses surveyed recommending the hospital as an employer.
Nurse.org’s Product Manager, Phillip Lee, congratulated Carilion New River Valley Medical Center on this achievement saying, “We’re excited to be able to recognize Carilion New River Valley Medical Center for providing an excellent work environment for our nurses. Our survey data shows the hospital ranks in the top 2% in the state for nurse job satisfaction. By supporting nurses through an educational hospital where nurses can thrive and be successful, they are leaving a positive impact on their community.”
Nurse.org provides a safe platform on which nurses leave honest workplace reviews. Completely anonymous, nurses share their opinions about culture, nurse-to-patient ratios, and other matters important to them.
Making the list of top hospitals shows the facility is focused on nurse satisfaction. Nurse recruitment — a challenge today — becomes easier when the hospital can demonstrate its commitment to nurses by pointing to an unbiased source.
The full rankings of the Best Hospitals in Virginia or Nurses is available to view at Nurse.org
To see all of the Carilion New River Valley Medical Center reviews, see their facility page on Nurse.org.
News from: https://nrvnews.com/carilion-nrv-medical-center-awarded-by-nurse-org/
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