I work for a very large healthcare system in Utah and I am very disappointed in the career support of nursing in this healthcare system. I am looking for a place to have a career for a long time.. I want to know the reality of working for the Mayo Clinic,
I watched the Mayo Clinic nursing recruitment video and I am wondering how much is true...
Do the patients actually come first, meaning is their adequate staff to provide hight quality safe care?
Do the nurses have a voice, do the nurses receive support,
Do the nurses actually have tech support?
Are the nurses actually able to practice nursing as we were taught in school?
Do we have time to engage in evidence based nursing etc??
Does the Mayo Clinic send out yearly surveys to their staff?
Sorry for all the questions but asking the above questions to recruiters you typically do not get honest detailed answers.