RN (Current Employee) – Cocoa Beach, FL – September 28, 2015
This place used to be great, the hospital everyone wanted to work in. After a few core changes (ahem, outsourcing), management does not value the staff's opinions, and job satisfaction is way down. Our patients' can sense it. The people who work here are THE BEST though!
ED is fast paced and energetic and I learn something new every day.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Cocoa Beach, FL – March 12, 2015
I work from 645 until 1915 most days. One must be able to think on their feet and juggle many tasks simultaneously. Nursing skills get better with practice. Very hectic late in the afternoons and it seems at shift change. Love my co-workers.
Dept. Assistant Scheduler (Former Employee) – Cocoa Beach, FL – December 4, 2014
Working for Cape Canaveral Hospital Women Diagnostic Center was very information I learned a lot and I enjoyed working in marketing and communication. Work pace was very busy but interesting and respected.
great lunches, great work hours and awesome benefits!
CNA (Former Employee) – Cape canaveral – October 4, 2014
The staff throughout the facility is wonderful to work with, the best. The problem is MANAGEMENT. They are not about the patient, it is all about numbers, quotas etc. they make the atmosphere NEGATIVE you are always walking on eggshells. You will do well if you can handle the stress from them.
very busy hospital in all areas and aspects, I learned that no matter what people get sick or injured and need other people for help, hospital management is a very tough job on anyone and from my prospective don't get enough recognition for their sacrifices. hardest part of the job was letting go, best part was the experience of human interaction
I loved my time at the hospital. Very professional workers who showed up for work each day and gave their all.
Social Worker (Former Employee) – Florida – July 13, 2012
I was a social worker at Cape Canaveral hospital for two years and loved every minute of it! I would still be there today if my husband had not been transferred. The skills I received there easily transferred to other hospitals and job settings. I made a number of friends who were co-workers and whom I remain in contact with today. The most difficult day there was the January morning when the shuttle exploded. We had a tradition of gathering together and watching the launches. That day we gathered as always in a vacant room and watched in shock as all the debris fell from the sky. We all stayed until that evening taking care of people in shock brought in through the E.R.Suffice it to say, Cape Canaveral was a super experience and the fond memories make me a better professional.
the experience and staff made my stay there memoriable.