Pharmacy Technician Internship (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – February 4, 2016
I did a internship at this hospital, and I loved every minute of it. the staff were professional, and courteous. although I trained in the outpatient unit we still did inpatient compounding prescriptions so it was the best of both worlds!
great staff, great hours
all pseudoephedrine product purchases were documented by hand.
Laboratory Assistant Volunteer (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – January 29, 2016
Great place to work at. Employees are all on the same page to help children in every way possible. By far the best working environment i have ever been fortunate to be a part of. Really feel like you are making a difference working for All Children's hospital. A friendly and welcoming atmosphere for workers, patients, and their families. The hardest part of the job is seeing the families struggling to stay strong throught a child's treatment. The most enjoyable part of the job is bringing a smile to a patients face despite what they might be going through.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – October 10, 2015
The call center of the hospital was a great department to be a part of. The director was always available if you needed to talk to her and she always gave constructive comments about your performance on the job.
My coworkers were a great team to work with. We worked hard but we had fun getting things done also.
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) – St Petersburg, Florida – August 9, 2015
I started as a Customer Service Rep which my duties included answering the phones, patient walk in to discuss accounts. I maxed the position within 3 months, I was promoted to Patient Account Rep due Blue Cross. I learned the Blue Cross contract and would have to sometimes appeal denied claims with medical records. I would have at least 3 spreadsheets that were do by the end of the month which was completed ahead of time. We would have to work mail from the insurance companies.
I really love fighting with the insurance companies to pay the claims correctly there were some times that I would have to pull ICD 9 code book back then to make sure the Revenue codes and the diagnosis codes went together.
RN (Former Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – May 22, 2015
Advancement is possible, if your are in the right clique. Physician's talk down to the nursing staff. Co-workers were usually helpful during emergencies. Too much gossip and drama, I felt like I was back in high-school. "Senior" nurses got away with bullying the new nurses. Management cares more about social hour than meeting the needs of their employees. Unsafe neighborhood. This company is all about looking good on paper.
New facility. Working with children. Amazing benefits.
Don't expect much! Not at all what it's cracked up to be.
Health Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – October 14, 2014
The culture here in this organization is terrible. Micromanaging, pot stirrers and bad gossip. A bunch of middle aged bitter women and men who prey on the young and beautiful to only lift you up and then destroy you. The "All Childrens" name is prestigious and I had high hopes for me and this organization but after a few months after being hired it was just disappointments from there.
EMT - Patient Care Technician III (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – August 1, 2014
• Assist nursing and medical staff with vital signs, EKGs, and oxygen set-up. • Cared for newborns in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and children in Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. • Gained hands on Emergency Room experience in association to adolescent patient care. • Communicate with children to identify specific physical, mental, and emotional requirements. • Transport patients to assigned internal hospital site locations. • Process patient documents to help patients and their families understand instructions given by their physician.
Staff Therapist III (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – July 14, 2014
I came on as an RRT III and from the third day I worked there it started. First two were at hospital orientation! Un-professionalism and back stabbing because I came in at this level how dare I. Busy facility some nice some very good doctors. Too few appreciate new people either. Management was closed minded and not to be challenged. It has changed since I left. Was Nemours but now looks like Cleveland has come on. With yet more management changes. Co-workers were jealous and nasty to anyone that made them feel threatened. Some nice people, few and far between. Hardest part see above. Working with children can be difficult. The patients were great, Yes can be sad but working with kids is like that anywhere. The kids and Leaving work with the sun shining!
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – St.Petersburg, Fl – June 19, 2014
You never know what to expect but I learned how to deal with children and parents from all walks of life. The management could use a little a more understanding but most of the co workers are pleasant. The hardest part is seeing sick children but the most enjoyable part is knowing what I do contributes to helping them feel better from day today