Acute Care Hospitals 
110 Irving St NW, Washington, District of Columbia
Phone : (202) 877-7000
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Anonymous
2017-08-09 07:31:06

Rate Unit: ER
Nurse Manager of Unit?:
Required to float to other Units?:
EMR System?:
Nurse to patient Ratio?: 10-12:1
*Overall experience: What's worse than horrific nightmare? Each ER room has 2 hallway beds, and they are ALWAYS in use! Then they move patients around, so you can't even keep track of who's in bed 1, bed 1 Hallway A etc, as they will be moved when they are brought back from x-ray, you never have a chance to chart, if you have a critical patient, no one cares, they will STILL dump multiple patients on you. I'm amazed anyone gets out of there alive, or any nurse still has their license at the end of the shift. Ancillary staff is hateful and rather watch you drown than help you do anything. One of the most dangerous places I've ever been. Ever.
Anonymous
2017-08-09 07:31:06

Rate Unit: ER
Nurse Manager of Unit?:
Required to float to other Units?:
EMR System?:
Nurse to patient Ratio?: 10-12:1
*Overall experience: What's worse than horrific nightmare? Each ER room has 2 hallway beds, and they are ALWAYS in use! Then they move patients around, so you can't even keep track of who's in bed 1, bed 1 Hallway A etc, as they will be moved when they are brought back from x-ray, you never have a chance to chart, if you have a critical patient, no one cares, they will STILL dump multiple patients on you. I'm amazed anyone gets out of there alive, or any nurse still has their license at the end of the shift. Ancillary staff is hateful and rather watch you drown than help you do anything. One of the most dangerous places I've ever been. Ever.
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