Enjoyed working at IRMC, but management was useless. Never around when you needed them , no idea about our job.
Patient Access Specialist (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – August 14, 2017
The mornings at IRMC were extremely busy, especially during 'snowbird' season. The outpatient lab was extremely busy, very fast-paced. I was a Patient Registrar and enjoyed meeting so many different people from all over the world. It was enjoyable to speak with patients and learn about where they are from. I was able to follow my patients from their labs to their hospital stay and discharge. I had the opportunity to work in the ER on occasion for OT and enjoyed that scenario as well. I prepped the patients for triage by taking pertinent information and directing what the next process they would encounter.
The hardest part of the job was getting help from management when it was needed. they were only around when it came to reprimand someone. They had no ideal what our job totally consisted of and often times gave us misleading information which caused us to have to go back and correct based on reports we were given. They gave us a quota as to the number of patients we should have registered each day, but there were no consequences for those who constantly never reached their quota.
Meeting so many different and kind people, benefits were awesome.
Management, our work spaces did not allow for confidentiality (HIPPA law), did not listen to staff when we had better idea to help us do our job.
Office Nurse, LPN (Current Employee) – Doctor's office in Sebastian – August 12, 2017
The jobs are pretty secure but the pay is below scale and the benefits also. I have learned how to use eclinicals to add patient information to charts. I have learned to do EKGs and draw blood. The hardest part of the job is when we are short staffed. I do enjoy working in a smaller office setting
Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – July 14, 2017
Often have high acuity patient load and cannot complete all patient care that needs to be done. However, staff is often friendly and works as a team to help get things done before it is time to go. Education reimbursement is available and easy to use. Management is great at getting you in the position you want to move up to.
Meal tickets, helpful nurses, ER cafe open until midnight
A few bad nurses and aides, patient load often too heavy
ED Tech (Current Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – July 11, 2017
This is the BEST place i have ever work, GREAT schedule, GREAT compensation for hrs worked, excellent PTO, great benefits. Great staff and the Management is always there to help any situation. i would recommend IRMC as a whole and I enjoy coming to work everyday. GREAT GREAT ED STAFF. LOVE MY CO WORKERS
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – July 10, 2017
IRMC was an interesting place to work. It started off great, had adequate staff and everyone was a team player. My unit, in particular, couldn't keep CNA's or Nurses. It was a tough unit to work on. There would be times when the nurses would sit under the call lights while they were going off and wouldn't answer them even when they knew you were in a patient's room.
insurance they switched to that nobody took in the area.
Imaging Services Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – June 17, 2017
The environment changes every couple of years. New Directors are hired and new positions are created for management only to be deemed top heavy and go through a layoff period, then the same cycle begins again. Harassment gets swept under the rug.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – May 17, 2017
Great place to work when your working with nurses who help you but when they don't help you, it's sucks. Gained lots of experience. Overall, its not bad at all. Most of the staff are very friendly and willing to help out. Team work is really needed in this job.
Warehouseman (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – May 2, 2017
I loved to go to work, i entered equipment in computer, i made deliveries round hospital, and organize equipment. Professional, relaxed environment. I learned about the uses of the equipment, the different areas of the hospital, and want they were used for as well as were the medicine go.
Administration Core Center Clerk (Current Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – March 21, 2017
I learn a lot on the different floors I work. Many of the professional rns , doctors and other staff members that I work with are soo knowledgeable in there specific department I love learning from them and am a better employee for it.
Great people...a TEAM first and Family second.
Too much made up "Busy work".We are 15 % below the national adverage in pay.
Excellent training and pay for performance. Worked as an intern and then was offered a paid position, which was exciting.
Assessment and Referral Clinician (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – March 9, 2017
Very fast paced in the ER assessing mental health and substance abuse people in crisis. Enjoyed the pace and helpfulness of administrative staff. A lot of time was spent interacting with ER doctors and nurses who were sometimes off -putting with psychiatric clients.
PRACTICE MANAGER (Current Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – February 1, 2017
The culture in the Hospital is one that leaves to be desired. There is a certain dysfunction that is pervasive. The attitude in my Department though, by the staff that I manage, is one that is very familial. There is respect and consideration between members; wonderful camaraderie. We often see each other outside of the workplace because we enjoy each other's company.
Office Coordinator (Current Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – January 29, 2017
Just a few things I need to mention. They are just my pet peeves about my employment at IRMC. First, they should inform people that they automatically sign you up for 401k whether you want it or not, so there is some money from the small paycheck you earn gone already. Then they take money out of your check for charitable contribution whether you agree or not. Also during orientation you will not hear that holidays are not paid. You have to use your paid time off that you earn for these events and do not have the option of working instead. If the office is closed and you have no PTO, then you do not get paid.
Mental Health Technician (Current Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – January 9, 2017
With the population that you deal with at this job its important your able to trust the people your working with. And I feel just that. I know if stuff goes down your able to trust the person next to you.
Publications specialist (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – November 26, 2016
As the marketing department's only writer and photographer, I might spend a typical day working on a promotional brochure, taking pictures for the employee magazine and interviewing an employee his recent win in a triathlon. I learned that although I like working in hospitals, I missed the excitement of newspaper work. I got along well with my co-workers. I liked my boss, too, but had some trouble adjusting to her close supervision after working for editors who let me manage my own time so long as I got my stories in by deadline.
Opportunity to watch and write about medical procedures