I know this is a really old thread, but I'm new to this site and really hope you're checking back once in a while.
I worked at Dubuis (or, as we called it, "Dubious", because the care is really of dubious quality!) St. Louis and it is truly a hellhole.
The hospitalists are fine, and most of the specialist physicians are good, but the ones that aren't are real a*holes but nobody does anything about them - they're abusive to staff but no one says anything so they get away with it. Almost all of the nursing staff is agency, and mostly they have CNAs and techs, very few RNs.
What the other posters said about the pharmacy is, unfortunately, true. They leave at 3p and that's it.
But the worst thing about the whole place is the administration.
There have been at least FOUR different administrators over the last three years, and there's no ADON, just a DON with some kind of brain disorder - for real. And the head honcho chick is just evil. She is about as scary as it gets, and I think she likes it that way. If you don't suck up to her you are history.
The state has been onsite investigating them - something like six or eight times in 2008 - and there have been some very serious allegations made by patients and patient family members.
It is not a good place to work, in my opinion. Turnover is very high, and like I said, mostly they have to use agency. I think their reputation is so bad in St. Louis now that if you go there, it's like you must be a bad nurse or why else would you end up there?