Pros: open door policy, assisting managers, team playing coworkers
Cons: pay, no room for growth unless you have a 4 year degree or certifications
I had an enjoyable time working at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Management was pleasant and helpful and always there to assist. Their doors were always open. Coworkers were friendly and also always there to assist to get the job done. Team work. Probably one of the best places I have ever worked. Just wish there was a little bit more room for growth – more... and a bit better pay. – less
busy but organized well managed operating room became familiar with new equipment was able to support the vision and mission statement of the facility co-workers where well trained hardest part of the job was not always having enough staff to do the job the most enjoyable part of the job was knowing the patient recived the best possible care
worked in cancer treatment center and it is very compassionate place
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Boca Raton, FL – September 23, 2014
Pros: free lunches and very pleasant environment
Cons: having to rush patients for their appointments at times
it is a very busy center but every need is met daily learned skills that made the patient experience good the managers are awesome and have the best interest of the staff at heart coworkers are team players and we make job look easy trying to make sure the flow is good for the doctors making a difference for the patients
A typical day consist of review of schedules for the previous day. Daily schedule auditing and staff planning for night shift employees. I learned the logistics on patient flow throughout the hospital. I learned how staffing effects the budget limits. Co-workers were great to work with and very helpful. The hardest part was adjusting to changes in new – more... developments, such as new buildings and limited employee parking. – less
Phlebotomist (Current Employee), Boca Raton, FL – May 12, 2014
I enjoy still working at Boca Regional Hospital its a great place to meet new people and become close with the patients. You are a person here and not a number at the hospital, the size is great! Doctors and nurses are wonderful.
There is always something new to learn because of the very dynamic nature of the Healthcare industry. My coworkers are very knowledgeable and great team players. My managers are very knowledgeable and supportive as well. The hardest part of my job is volume, there is a lot of work to be done and I am the only one doing it all. The most enjoyable part – more... of my job is my personal satisfaction i.e. the feeling that I have gotten the job done and made a difference at the end of every business day. I enjoy kudos from my boss every now and then as well. – less
A typical day would be checking in visitors, patients and all others that enter facility. I also print schedule for following day(s) and print and assemble all paperwork for out patient registration depts, pre-op appts and surgery appts.
Intensive Care Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Boca Raton, FL – November 4, 2013
I have been working at this hospital for over three years as an ICU nurse. I love my job. I love my unit (medical) and overall this has been a very happy and rewarding job. My director is amazing and the nursing leadership makes me feel like they are on my side instead of against the nurses. I would recommend this job to anyone. I plan to persue a career – more... as a Nurse Practitioner soon but will keep my job per diem as a nurse just becuase I love it and this hospital. – less
It is a great place to work, I feel very comfortable around my co-workers, we work as a team, we feel respected, management respect our input, it is a place where you can grow to your full potential.I like my job.
health care worker (Current Employee), Boca Raton, FL – August 25, 2013
Pros: good health care benefits with large financial contribution from employer
The most enjoyable part of the job is to help patients and families. Unfortunatley, there is poor on the job training and support from co-workers and supervisor. The most time consuming part of the job requires frequently covering the "backside" of doctors - due to their arrogance at times, and their poor communication skills with patients and families.