Sitter (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – August 14, 2017
IT Was Floyd then it was busy and good place to work. I learned a lot and miss being a part of Floyd. I would like to work there again. I worked with a lot of people in different fields and enjoyed my job.
Pt (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – July 9, 2017
I worked in the pharmacy. Horrible hours!!! But it's a hospital so you get what you get. Holidays are the worst. Most are great people to work with. Training schedule could use some work. Director was fantastic!! I was told while working there if you are the only iv tech you could not take a lunch. You could go get lunch in the cafeteria but you had to eat in the pharmacy and go back in the iv room. No one took breaks and if you did it was like it ticked everyone off. If some one didn't show up you had to stay and cover their shift too. Also if they felt you made mistakes they took money away
No lunch or breaks, cover no show shift after working your own, working holidays
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN 47150 – June 8, 2017
I learned a lot of information. I enjoyed how much I got to see and observe. great learning experience. Management was good. The hardest part of the job was time management, when you have a busy team and other things that are required to be done it can get tricky
Wonderful place to work and provides excellent patient care.
CPhT (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – June 6, 2017
I loved working at Bapist Health, formerly Floyd Memorial Hospital. I compounded I.V. Antibiotics and chemo. I learned how to work hard and found my love for hospital pharmacy while employed here. The management had a lot of resources in place to help their employees and patients succeed in their goals. The culture was that it takes every single employee to make a hospital run and not one person was above the other. The hardest part of the job was the long hours and strenuous work. I enjoyed working with my coworkers and of course making a difference in patient care.
CBX Telephone Operator (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – April 27, 2017
The job as switchboard operator is stressful only because the operator is in charge during emergencies such as fire, various alerts and alarms, and weather emergencies. Handling those situations while continuing to answer the phones gets difficult at times. Working 12-hour shifts alone (nights and weekends) is either boring or stressful.
Good cafeteria food at discount prices, parking available, extra hours offered if wanted.
Operators don't get "breaks, lunches." It's an eat-at-your-desk situation.
Food and Nutrition (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – April 14, 2017
My co-workers are great. There is a culture of retaliation by upper management if one decides they refuse to tolerate the bully of food and nutrition. The dietitians will do nothing about it, but fire those who complain.
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – New Albany, IN – April 10, 2017
Great place to work, great people to work with and it's a large hospital with many places to use skills but the pay and benefits are the worse I've seen in the whole state of Indiana for auxillary departments. You work understaffed but can't get staff in due to low pay. Baptist Health has made it clear they won't be competitive with area hospitals when it comes to pay and is forcing lots of people to leave.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – April 10, 2017
I loved working at Floyd. I worked on the Women's Care Unit and was able to cross train from labor and delivery to nursery as well. I learned many valuable assessment techniques and formed lasting co worker relationships.
Unit Secretary/ Transporter (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – April 6, 2017
Management was hardly ever there when you needed to speak with them. We were always short staffed which made the environment even more stressful than it already was. Majority of the people the people that did come to work would slack off and not do their jobs.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – March 5, 2017
I made a mistake and left a good job to work here because I am in nursing school and I made that clear at the interview. After starting I got no days off and I was only hired for 40 hrs bi weekly. Thus not getting to go to school. When other shifts call in or are continuously late you are expected to stay and help. They have 2 different policies of course for different phlebotomist. You work short staffed and don't get meal breaks. Management and Director of lab gets made and take pay away if you bring anything to they're attention about what is going on. You will get fired if you don't come in on your weekend off because others call in. I would not recommend this place. They will tell you what you want to hear only to get you there and then they will tell you they can't work with you.
No meal breaks, work short, get reprimanded for telling them there is problems, take pay away and won't work with school schedule