Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – January 28, 2016
I received on the job bulling after I witnessed some on the job incrimanating acts and when I reported it, the bulling only got worse by coworkers and management.
There is NO diversity at this company, if you don't believe me just look around when or if your there. Employees are VERY cliquish and don't care about what's important which is the job.
The nurses are fresh out of school and that's ok but no one is watching over them so unnecessary mistakes are being made. I'll never refer any of my friends to work there, I was there for ten years before I left.
The best thing I ever done, I still have my pride and dignity.
Its possible you could lose your morels and dignity
Patient Care Technician Externship (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – November 18, 2015
My externship at Floyd Memorial has been a great experience. The staff are always willing to teach. The emergency department is just large enough to gain a wide variety of skills while still being able to get to know the staff. They take a real interest in seeing their students succeed. I have learned about Ekg, phlebotomy, cathers, sterile and non sterile technique.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – October 4, 2015
Most days are a pretty steady paced. Everyday you learn something new and exciting.I think management lacked some professionalism.I only had one co- worker close in my area and we worked well as a team. The hardest part is when the DEA told patient that they would be required to see the doctors every three months for schedule two drugs.The most enjoyable part was the people who you got to know while they had blood work weekly.
Free lunches and lots of vacation time
dealing with patients that are upset about pain management rules for the DEA
ENVIONMENTAL weekend lead person (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – July 21, 2015
learned so much working here supervisor very willing to let employees voice their concerns all staff very friendly from the highest paid to the lowest paid very friendly loved working here sorry that I left
Phlebotomist / Patient Service Tech (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – June 7, 2015
I enjoyed working with this company. I spent a lot of years working here I learned alot about working with differend departments like, er, icu, tcu, labor and delivery, nursery, all kinds or inpatients and outpatients.
Scheduler (Current Employee) – New Albany, IN – March 26, 2015
Love all of my coworkers like family. Management tries, but are limited by higher ups in the hospital. They keep adding more and more work to the job but nobody has gotten a raise in several years. Enjoyed establishing relationships with doctors' offices and explaining procedures to patients to make them feel more at ease.
Monday thru Friday schedule, no weekends.
Dealing with all the insurance hassels, constantly changing procedure protocols
Upper management does not support their management staff
Support team (Former Employee) – Indiana – January 27, 2015
Upper management does not support their staff. They talk about team building, but actually work at breaking down the team. There is a lot of pettiness that takes place in this environment. It can lead to a very stressful and depressing situation.
very good benefits, some flexibility with scheduling
management is definitely very out of touch. they go behind your back and are very negative
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – New Albany, IN – November 26, 2014
Could never get a straight forward answer out of the manager of the dept. Policies would always change and if you wanted to switch days to work it was like pulling teeth. My coworkers were like family and very helpful always worked like a team
Sr. Human Resources & Development Generalist (Current Employee) – New Albany, IN – October 11, 2014
A typical day at work for me is helping associates or leaders with issues they are having with each other or others in their departments.
There are some great leaders at Floyd. I have learned how not to be quite so black and white. However, in Human Resources, it is very hard not to be that way since so much relies on consistency in following policies.
I truly enjoy helping leaders investigate issues and help them when deciding who to handle the situation once the investigation is done. I also like helping people see the perception others may have about their behaviors.
The hardest part of my job is when there is nothing you can truly do to help someone with their situation. It is hard for me not to get personally involved when I know someone is having difficulties and I cannot get the other person/people involved to see what needs to be done.
Excellent customer service has always been the number one priority for me with the employees being the number one customers. I find so much satisfaction when you know they truly appreciate what has been done for them and that I've been a part of that.
Promote continuing education, teamwork based facilty
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – New Albany, IN – April 25, 2014
A typical night shift is usually steady busy until around 11pm. I have learned a lot about IV medication therapy and how to manage my time through out the shift. I continue to learn the facility protocols. The management is awesome. They follow up with your learning process and are there when I need them. My co-workers are dependable and good team players. The hardest part of the job is when I get a couple of admission in a row and we can not talk to the admitting physician until the morning. I enjoy providing safe care to my patients. If I make a difference in one life, then I have done my job. I love being a nurse.
Environmental Services (Current Employee) – New Albany, IN – March 11, 2014
A typical day at work would involve us clocking in at three p.m. and being on the floors no later than three thirty. We would push around carts with cleaning supplies call out the room then clean it. Our lunch is at five p.m. ( you could request to have a later lunch if desired.) Working over time depends on how many rooms are down and how many workers are there.
I learned how to properly clean rooms, how to announce myself when entering a room with a patient in one. I've learned many things involving the best cleaners to use on surfaces and all the work and effort that is put into this job.
Management here is good. My boss is very kind and helpful. She will help clean rooms sometimes.
My co-workers work very hard and do a job well done. They are kind, positive, helpful people. We work together as a team. If one needs help someone is always there.
The hardest part of my job is seeing the family members of patients who are worried or upset for a loved one.
The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that I am making a difference even if it is just by cleaning rooms.