Travel RN (Former Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – January 8, 2018
As a travel nurse, it is hard to give a truly fair review. A travel nurse's assignment was different vs a regular employee. For example, you were given a larger patient team than their regular staff. More difficult to receive assistance when needed.
Director of Social Service Dept (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – January 6, 2018
Me experience here was alot of work and very fast paced, but what you would expect at a hospital setting!! The management was very negatively but currently much more positive and wanting to do the Best for the patient and family!!
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – December 30, 2017
Nurses are placed in assignments that have too high of acuity and can be difficult for two nurses to care for let alone 1. Managemement is not involved in daily practices on the floor and unable to help when the other nurses need help unlike some of the other managers hospital wide.
materials needed to care for patients not available
Admissions Coordinator (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – December 24, 2017
I currently work at All Children's Hospital in the Emergency Room; as an admissions coordinator. I have learned how to deal with different types of families and cultures. One of the hardest parts of working in the emergency room is we don't always have good outcomes.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – United States – December 20, 2017
This job was a very good work place for many of years, until new management took over. The workplace became very UN Leveled for many employees, skills dropped and level of care dropped. As a former employee I think the company should ask more question about the enter work place to understand the company more because we are doing the job. Workplace culture needs to improve for many areas of the hospital. All in all I really enjoyed my time at All Children's hospital.
HIM Documentation Specialist/Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – December 5, 2017
I enjoyed the atmosphere - everybody smiled. We could be having a bad day but we all managed to smile as our bad day was nothing compared to what the children and their families were facing every single day. Everything was for the children, and knowing what we did contributed to the successful care/treatment was rewarding.
Administrative Assistant III Emergency Center (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – October 23, 2017
Typical day at work in the ER could be stressful; however, the staff and managers were always very supportive and understanding. I learned many new office computer programs while there. The management was always consistent and understanding. The hardest part of my job was keeping staff up to date on their education and communicating with them. I enjoyed every part of my job.
Candidate (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – September 8, 2016
I accepted a very low and almost insulting offer because working at JHAC was a dream of mine. I spent 2 months of my time that I could have been looking at other companies who are better organized when it comes to hiring. The background screening company was horrible. Very unorganized on-boarding HR and the process is cumbersome. After 2 months of going nowhere I chose to move on. Such a disappointment.
Education assistance, insurance benefits on day one