Rapid City Regional Hospital
- RAPID CITY, SD
Rapid City Regional Hospital Reviews
Rating 3.67 out of 5 9 reviews
Rapid City Regional Hospital, now named Monument, cares for their patients, their employees, and takes strides to improve themselves. Ever since I became an employee at Monument I have been welcomed, everyone works as a team, everyone is friendly and helpful in your growth. Monument offers many resources for you to be the best you can be so you can provide the best care to patients. One thing I would like to see Monument improve on is requiring certifications for certain positions. You don't need to be certified to be a nurses aide, and while I think it does open the hiring field, I think by requiring certification it would provide status and comfort to patients knowing that they are being taken care of by certified skilled care givers, and it would make those interested in this position to go an extra mile to be certified.
I started working at Regional Health as soon as I graduated high school as a PCC (nurse's aid). Every working professional I have met has had something beneficial to offer the company whether it is experience, compassion, or diversity. This role has given me the experience I need to attend nursing school with a step ahead of my peers.
I love working at Regional! This is by-far the best job I've ever had. Choosing to work here was the best choice I've made.
Transferred from a larger city on the East Coast, so this hospital does seem much more personable compared to previous hospitals I've worked at. The manager I have now is amazing and makes it worth working here for a less competitive pay, than going somewhere else for more money.
I have worked here for almost 10 years in a few different departments. The best part about this job is that work is steady. The employees are wonderful to work with and it’s easy for anyone to find a friend because of all the diverse personalities. The worst part of the job is upper management. I feel they are so far removed from employees’ everyday job duties and realities that they are unable to relate. The moral is low at this point because the constant push from upper management is to do more with less.
Terrible management. This hospital has one of the lowest patient care ratings in the country and it is not hard to see why.
Most of the people who work here actually care about the people in the community and strive to do their jobs to the best of their ability. There are some things that need to be updated to help with efficiency.
I liked getting paid a wage my son and I could live on. Benefits are available, PTO, and some other perks. But the departments clash, I wish they could get along with each other better so we can make our patients' experience better.