Staff Nurse, Intensive Care Unit (Current Employee) – Brooksville, FL – October 7, 2017
Taking care of patients, educating families, supporting team members staff, following doctors orders. In my current role a considerable portion our patients are geriatric with complex medical needs and multiple medical diagnoses.
After becoming a LPN my first job was at this hospital. I worked the night shift, full time, on a medical surgical unit for almost five years. Having had a lot of supportive colleagues, I gained a lot of hands on experience as a nurse. Our management was supportive and approachable. The hardest part of the job was to be at conflict with my conscience against (very few) orders of physicians. The most enjoyable part of the job was to communicate with patients and the feeling that I made a difference, lift them up, reassure them and just see them be able to smile.
managment is cruel, lies about workers and the 3rd floor Med surgical unit cannot keep nurses due to the hostile work environment
nurse (Former Employee) – 3rd floor – April 10, 2013
I worked at this hospital, and was astonished to find that the management talks about staff as though they never did anything right. Nurses will not stay due to the hostile work environment from the CNO. Nurses only come in through temp agencies because no one feels treated with respect. Management does not recognize that the front line staff is their biggest asset. They are mean spirited, cruel, talk about staff in the hall and are not professional at all
medical assistant (Former Employee) – gsmc – March 22, 2013
Ive learned the shady side of this place. I was fired over being pregnant. Most of the co-workers in the area i worked in were gossip queens, theifs and disrespectful. The practice adminstrator only wanted people like her to work in the building. I loved my job I had worked there for years. If your looking into this company i would think twice, pay sucked for the work i did. raises are a joke.