Senior Manager (Current Employee) – Tampines Plaza – April 5, 2018
Changes within the healthcare sector are numerous and many times, extremely short frame is given to complete a task. When projects go well, management takes the credit. When projects turn sour, blame game is activated and the middle level to junior staff. Favoritism is rampant.
Its the best same to work and will get better person as you find happy to serve the Patient / Visitors, the hardest part his the office politic The CEO of my time were the BEST CEO That his U.Ram Follow by COO Foo Hee Jug the next Best Human in this earth presently he is CEO of Jurong Hospital.
As only long hours we work was on SARs time but its was happy team work
Changi General Hospital is one of the best tertiary hospitals in SIngapore. Work and family life is balanced when you work in this hospital. Staff are well taken care of when it comes to monetary compensation.
Patient Service Associate (Former Employee) – Simei – December 10, 2017
• The most enjoyable part is when you have that group of friends that always keeps you going no matter how bad the clinic was on that day • Hardest part is usually when you have to deal with demanding/difficult patients
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Simei – November 21, 2017
Changi General Hospital...Delivering care that matters!!! It's a 1000-bed hospital located in Simei, eastern Singapore. It is Singapore's first purpose-built general hospital to serve communities in the east and north-east regions.
Its a wonderful experienced and very knowledgeable in terms of work related. I find it a good background to learn more as a nurse and able to cope and deal the difference of between culture and medical practice.
This is one of the big hospitals in Singapore. It's always a busy day. I learned how to deal with people of different culture. The management is good but sometimes we are understaff.. The hardest part is that due to long hours of night shift we really feel exhausted.
Good working environment, staffs are friendly. Shift job All job are given fairly Fun place to work Meet all sort of people behaviour Company bonding Team work Ever got shouted and scold for things that i was not aware Pros nil Cons nil
aaaaaaa (Former Employee) – aaaaaaa – June 15, 2017
Tendency to be understaffed/ stretched in some departments, however teams make a good effort to keep up moral. Good focus on clinical development and team building, good training opportunities to develop professionally. Lots of effort and support put into service improvement projects. ? upper management out of touch with ground staff. During town hall sessions with the CEO staff posed questions about issues on the ground and it sounded like upper management didn't have a clue. They would respond with a wishy washy answer or just try and boost moral rather than demonstrate understanding on the issue , how it was effecting staff daily and that it would be taken seriously. Work on presentations and larger projects are expected to be done as home work, this can take up evenings and weekends, staff with family commitments have expressed that this can take them away from family time/ commitments. If you have presentations scheduled regularly work life balance will be affected.