Pros: free lunch (for my department)
Cons: absolutely zero work/life balance, high parking fees, rude staff all around
Depending on your department, you could potentially have an enriching experience here, one that teaches you useful skills and truly tests your limits intellectually.
Basically, if you're clinical -- nursing, radiology, surgical, etc -- you'll probably fare off better than a service worker.
My department has faced ghastly turnover rates. Employees – more... are overworked, working 12-hour shifts back-to-back, eight and nine days in a row. Management here is not the best; part-time employees in my department are worked more than full-time workers and often work more than managers. The ONLY upside to this is that after forty hours per week, you earn time-and-a-half. Management is okay at giving requested hours off; it just means the people not getting those days off will be working as two people.
Overall, the rapport between clinical and non-clinical is pretty rocky; nursing staff seem fairly uneducated or ignorant to longstanding practices. There's no real sense of comradery between these two fields.
HR is also littered with some pretty interesting characters, being as they don't take complaints too seriously.
Avoid this place if you're seeking employment that doesn't require a degree. – less