the people are easy and fun to work with. Management is great and real helpful. The compensation is not that great and they will ask you to pick up shifts only to put you on-call or cancel one of your shifts later in the week making it hard to get overtime.
I enjoy working in all fields of the laboratory and working with my coworkers. I have learned how to multitask and accomplish my goals efficiently. I am a perfectionist and sometimes have difficulty completing a task if is not up to my standards.
I enjoyed Gulf Breeze Hospital. The management & staff were excellent. I started off in PACU and transferred to Med/Surg and ICU, with some ER experience. I experienced being supervisor on the Med/Surg floor for approx. 1 yr. before transferring in ICU.
My Typical day at work in Emergency Room, Starts with Patient Safety, Patient Triage, Update Home Medications Lists, Head to Toe Assessment, Monitor Vital Signs, Insertion of Peripheral Intravenous, Collecting Blood for Laboratory, Review and Implementation of Emergency Room Physician Orders, Administration of Medications, using Automated Medication System, Pain Management and monitor Pre and Post Pain Assessment, Update Patient and Family with Patient Care Plans. Discharge and Admission Working in Emergency Room, I, Personally Gained Patience with Patient and Family, Better Understanding with Different Cultures, Organizations on Patient Care, Learned the importance of working Harmoniously with my Co-Workers and Emergency Room Physicians My Managers were very Supportive and Caring for Staff, Personally and Professionally My Co-Workers were Knowledgeable with the Protocols of the Hospital and Patient Care, Fun and Respectful My Hardest period of my Job in the Emergency Room, when Cared for Deceased Patient, Pediatric and Adult Patients My most enjoyable part of my Job is Caring for Patients and working well with my co-workers
Annual Education Programs, Availability for continuing educations, seminars and Certifications
Limited resources and funds for educations, seminars and certifications
Registration Representative (Former Employee) – Gulf Breeze ER – April 8, 2014
If you enjoy working with people that will constantly talk behind your back, run to the "boss" and tell on you for everything, then have at it. The management doesn't care about you and only cares about her friends that she has worked with for years. Employees that have been there for a long time get away with doing nothing and get whatever they want. If they don't like you then they will find a way to get you fired or make you quit.
Best place to work. Wonderful atmosphere and culture. Management listens and cares. Uplifting people to work with. I'm looking for a job in Birmingham only because I need to move to back there to look after my father.
Gulf Breeze Hospital is a great place to work. My immediate employees are very flexible with their schedules which allows me to enjoy my time off without worrying about coverage.
The hardest part of the job is having to deal with every one's conflicts and issues in addition to dealing with my own. Also the politics of the job, being overlooked for positions and not having a legitimate reason.
I have been working at Gulf Breeze Hospital for the past couple years while I have been in college. I have learned a lot but often times feel like depending on who I am working with I am "babied". Was looking forward to moving into a full-time position when I graduate but now, am looking elsewhere.
ER Registration Representative (Former Employee) – Gulf Breeze, FL – May 28, 2013
The ER is a fast paced and detailed place to work. Team work is very important. Gulf Breeze ER coworkers are like my second family. I hated to leave but the night shift and the driving distance was just to hard on me. I am perusing other interest now that are closer to home but I will always have my friends at GBER.