I am looking for feedback about Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Of the floors and units that hire new graduates, which provide quality training and a good preceptorship experience for new grads, and which ought to be steered clear of? Anyone have any first hand experience or insider info?
What I'm looking for is good communication and a clearly defined set of expectations with clearly defined, measurable performance benchmarks.
In other words, no not telling your new orientee anything about how they're doing, or telling them they're doing fine and then turning around and telling management you're having all kinds of problems with them that you never bothered to raise with them in the first place.
Also, no vague, poorly defined reasons for why they're not doing a good job without being able to point to concrete examples. Would prefer that written documentation be kept at regular intervals.
Feel free to chime in with any info you might have regarding TMH or anywhere else in the north florida/south ga/south al area. Thanks.
Nov 2, '12
I am applying for the new grad nurse residency program at this hospital. I would love information on the hospital as well. Thanks