IR, Rehab, MPCU (Former Employee) – Ormond Beach, FL – March 13, 2018
Made the mistake of wanting to learn new skills in a new department. Individual in that department was a known, "difficult personality" which management apparently tolerated and supported. I chose to leave rather than accept that kind of treatment.
Most nurses are team players and work well together, supportive
Management supports (in specialty departments), bullying.
Cook/Baker II (Current Employee) – Sebring, FL – March 10, 2018
When I was hired in July 2015 I really enjoyed my job for the first year and a half. Then in 2017 all 3 positions I was trained for got cut back and they merged 2 jobs into 1 employee. Our boss claimed that administration was responsible for the job cuts.
It is not that I don't mind working hard and staying busy all shift, but the double workload was unacceptable. All the employees who worked a double job all felt the same. Overworked and underappreciated. Management did very little to help when we got behind, which was daily.
A typical workday runs from 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM. It consists of making and baking pizza and garlic knots that have to be ready by 10:30 AM which is the start of lunchtime. Once I prepped the pizza and garlic knots for the entire shift I was required to go out front for the lunch rush, which is 11:45 to 2:00 PM. In the cafeteria I am the grill man. I mainly made quesadillas, grill cheese and hot sandwiches. At 2:00 PM my partner went home and I was ultimately by myself until 7:30 PM.
From 2:00 - 7:30 my duties included; keeping the hot buffet full and wiped down clean. Perform customer service to the hospital workers and guests, answering any questions they may have about the food or the cafeteria in general.
I am responsible to entirely prep the omelet bar with vegetables, ham, butter and liquid eggs. At 4:00 PM we start serving the patients which is usually 125 - 175 guests in season. I am responsible for serving the patients hamburgers, grilled chicken breast and chicken fingers.
Dinner rush usually last from 5:00 - 6:00 PM. By 6:15more... I start my closing duties and clean up. The least favorite part of my job is the clean up by myself. I have a pizza station, sandwich deli,hot buffet line and grill to clean each day.less
Utilization Management Specialist Support (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – March 10, 2018
A great place to work. My responsibility was to work with a data base were we monitor the cases and I was in charge to process the appeal for the unpaid claims. I learned how to work with a program that I never work before (RAC).
I truly enjoy working at Adventist Health! Great staff, great facilities, and great office. I feel supported. I have worked here for approximately 6 months. I truly enjoy my work family because we are a TEAM!!!
Florida Hospital is a great place to grow as a nurse. It is a fast paced environment. I learned a lot at Florida Hospital. I was able to really apply my knowledge to patient care. I felt I was part of a team. I knew I had resources I could rely on. The doctors are caring, and easy to approach.
Manager of Environmental Services (Current Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – February 28, 2018
At AHS the Mission is what makes the difference for me. Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ. They truly care about the staff there. Through Creation Health Employees are reminded of the importance of staying Physically, Mentally and Spiritually healthy. Patients are cared for with Compassion and Love. Great Place to Work.
Employee Discounts, Holiday celebrations and luncheons
Accounting Assistant (Former Employee) – Bolingbrook, IL – February 26, 2018
From the time I punched in to the time I punched out was constantly in overdrive mode. Very busy with a lot of responsibilities that I took on to promote a smoother and efficient department. I've learned so much experience weekly and always applied them instantly. It was a position where duties and procedures were constantly changing. I became friends with everyone and sadly I miss working with them. My supervisors were always approachable and helpful. The hardest part of the job was the fact that about sixty percent of us were laid off because of out sourcing. I guess the most enjoyable part was that we worked as a great team and had some good laughs in spite of the pressure.
Case Management, Discharge Planning (Current Employee) – Tarpon Springs, FL – February 22, 2018
I worked in Case Management PRN. I had a random schedule and fit in when and where I was needed. The position is high profile and high functioning. A typical day includes multi-tasking at a high level. The nursing staff is wonderful to work with and the Chaplin service is unbeatable. The hospital I worked at was a small community hospital and had a "family-feel." The Adventist Hospital system has a Corporate Employee Relations contact that works. They have a great PRN pay scale. The job is rewarding in many ways and thankless sometimes, a typical Case Management environment. I would recommend this hospital to those who want to be part of a team and feel like family.
Employee (Current Employee) – Sebring, FL – February 21, 2018
Computer system they recently moved to is horrible to work. After two years of implementation and everyone still hates it and it's very inefficient. Individual thought is discouraged in favor of a hive mentality. Our particular department has had to, not only adapt to the electronic changes, but also our duties have merged to additional responsibilities which combined with the electronic aspect of it, increased the amount of time it takes to do a particular task.
Pretty campus and vending machines take credit cards.
PDOs are accrued, and if you have enough to take it then you get paid for the day off, if not you don't get paid. Health insurance co-payments and deductibles are high also.
I've never worked for such a poorly managed place ever.
Registrar (Current Employee) – New Smyrna Beach, FL – February 17, 2018
Management does not care at all about their employees, only about meeting metrics. Patients are not people they are dollar signs and employees are not people we are slaves. Because of the poor management my department has lost over 20 people in the last year. We have a huge turn over which leads to mandatory overtime and burnt out employees. I have never felt so uncared about in my working life. If I could find a job that pays about the same and is close to home I would leave this place in a second. I never thought I'd say this but working for Bert Fish was far better then working for a "Faith" based company that only cares about money and not people.