Wanted to give excellent patient/family care but was written up if stayed over shift to make things right. Educated and demonstrated many skills to new employees but always passed up for manager positions. Too much verbal service by management without any physical changes.
PCT/CNA (Former Employee) – Altamonte Springs, FL – April 10, 2017
Hospital is only a couple years old, the only thing bad that I have to say about it is that when census is low expect to be cut from working 3 days a week to only maybe 3 days per month. Had to find a 2nd job and eventually quit because I couldn't afford my bills once they my hours.
Volunteer and Observation Student (Former Employee) – Levelland, TX 79336 – October 1, 2016
I really enjoyed participating in activities here. It was a great experience and perfect for getting your required college hours for your major. I learned a lot where and was able to get a great feel for the enjoyment of helping other feel and get better.
management and over-site of all medications (Former Employee) – Rock Hill, SC – August 13, 2016
Too many patients assigned per nurse. I learned that I should refuse an assignment if I think it will be too bad, and that is my right as a nurse. The management was vicious and bullied the nurses, co-workers also bullied each other.
Health South was a challenge and one of the most difficult jobs I have had.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – October 31, 2015
I enjoyed my position as a Receptionist. I thrived on the client and co-worker interactions as well as helping with many various needs that came up. I also enjoyed the data entry and various paper work that I was responsible for. I liked the environment and independent aspect of my job. There were two areas that made my job difficult. But because of the difficulty I was able to gain some key skills in conflict resolution and safety of my work environment. I was able to take these two negative experiences and apply them constructively.
PRN Charge & Staff RN (Former Employee) – Edgewood, KY – April 5, 2015
Care for patients in an acute rehabilitation hospital setting as well as manage staff and delegate tasks appropriately. Management changed frequently. The hardest part was the high turnover of staff and management. Most enjoyable part was seeing patients progress daily and leave being able to care for themselves again.