Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital
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professional nurse in Johannesburg, Gauteng
on 15 June 2022
Educational but stressful
I havr learnt alot working is such a big tertiary hospital. I feel my knowledge and skills would not have been so vast if I worked in a small regional hospital, and for that I will always be thankful.However the department that I work in, being Operational theatre has had a few challenges in the past few years that I have worked there.Firstly, I feel that the management is not supportive enough in considering the shortage of staff. They focus more on the work being done and satisfying statistics instead of the staff and they needs. Secondly, the department has a very stagnant way of operating. Leading to unnecessary overload of work when it come to most disciplines. For example theatre Nursing staff doing work that should be done by operator because that is what the management has allowed and introduced, leading to burn out due to unfair work load instead of training the right people to do the job.And lastly. Doctors are held at higher estimate than any other professional in the department. Therefore making is hard to accelerate matter of concern in various departments. Making it an unhealthy relationship between the multidisciplinary team and Operational managers doing nothing about it.However, The really awesome thing about working in this theatre is that there are frequent department rotations and you get a chance to learn the many disciplines. Unlike being in one discipline for years. Making you gain skills and competency from all the highly specialized units.
In-service training student in Johannesburg, Gauteng
on 7 December 2021
Friendly workplace
Having to do training at CMJAH NHLS was one of the best moments in my life. First day it was nerve wrecking but the welcoming was warm. The staff is friendly.
Information Technology(ICT) in Newtown, Gauteng
on 19 February 2021
Working ay Charlotte was great experience,i mean its a one of the big hospital in south africa,its very challeging and fun at the same time
They want clean workersTime keeperKind person as you work with different peopleKnow how to work with peopleTo keep your working enviroment its very importat
Professional Nurse (Midwife) in Parktown, Gauteng
on 26 February 2020
Not bad
The hospital could use some improvements, especially management. Opportunities for growth in different fields. Learned a lot. Would definitely recommend it.
enrolled nurse in Johannesburg, Gauteng
on 5 February 2020
l came to CMJAH knowing nothing.l learned everything.l didn't know much but l learned l got better and better than my mentors and this cause friction.

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