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Easy Job and good pay, hard to get rid of bad employees
Fans Assistant Dietary Department (Current Employee), Spring Hill, FLJanuary 30, 2014
Pros: free lunch, good starting pay, good work conditions
Cons: people who don't do their job.
Oak Hill Hospital is a good place to have a job. The work is not bad I can only talk about in the Cafeteria however the only big issue is that people who are not doing their jobs get away with it if they know how to, this leaves the rest of the employees to pick up the slack
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Patient relations allows the hospital to understand how the patient feels, a great way to stay in touch.
Volunteer (Current Employee), Spring Hill, FLJanuary 22, 2014
Interview patients about their stay in the hospital, making sure that their needs are being met.
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Just do your job and meet your quota
Patient Transporter (Former Employee), Brooksville, FLNovember 14, 2013
Pros: helping people to get to tests that they needed .
Cons: constant push to meet quota.
Transport patients to Radiology Department for tests. How to transfer patients in a safe and efficient manner. Management was numbers oriented as to how many patients were moved during a shift. Moving larger patients. Being able to get patients to tests that they needed in a safe and efficient manner.
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It is a great job for a student with a schedule
Dietary Aide (Former Employee), Brooksville, FLSeptember 9, 2013
Pros: great student job
Cons: no advancement and very stressful.
I would load and clean trays, serve food on a scheduled floor and return to pick up and clean patients area. I would service my patients with kindness and understanding and maybe make them smile.
Management did not teach me much I was thrown in to learn the food service by myself.
My co-workers were a super bunch of people, still friends till this day.
Hardest – more... part was training myself and learning from my mistakes.
Enjoyable part was seeing the patients smile. – less
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Great place to work at.
CNA (Former Employee), Spring Hill, FLAugust 28, 2013
Pros: flexible hours, coworkers functioned as a team, great morale.
My experience at Oak Hill was great, I was a CNA with no experience, they took me in a taught me from the bottom up. They invested the time and effort to make me the employee they thought their patients deserved. The coworkers were friendly and helpful in all events. Working with the patients wasn't always easy but was very rewarding on many levels. – more... I feel I gained a great amount of needed and critical knowledge at this facility. – less
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Great people to work with, management needs definite improvement.
Environmental Service Technician (Former Employee), Brooksville, FloridaJuly 25, 2013
Pros: great team, the feeling of helping patients
Cons: sub-par management, short breaks, difficult work tasks within alotted time
A typical day of work required me to set up my bucket for getting ready to work. I then went through the x-ray hallways cleaning every bathroom and room I came across. I would then clean most of the main hallways on the first floor, and went to the second floor to clean up Dialysis. I would go back down to the first floor, and clean the cafeteria inside – more... and out. I would then autoscrub all hallways of the first floor and burnished fresh wax on those hallways. I would then head into the doctor's lounge and clean the areas within it. Management was very strict and did not really work with us. My co-workers were amazing people and I learned a lot from them. The hardest part of the job was just being able to keep up with how much went on throughout the day, including only having a 30 minute break. The best part of the job was just having a chance to work together as a team, cleaning the hospital as it should. – less
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My unit was more concerned with doing it fast than doing it safely. Felt every day as if my license was on the line.
Endoscopy RN (Former Employee), Spring Hill, FLMay 29, 2013
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: no lunches, no breaks
Very unorganized chaotic unit. Always ill prepared and scrambling at the last minute.
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It was a job
Certified Nursing Assistant Level II (Former Employee), Brooksville, FLDecember 3, 2012
I work all units for Oak Hill and as a CNA there was a lack of respect. The patient load was unsafe and getting help was out of the question. I didn't feel that management cared one way or the other.
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Volunteer for local hospital was fun and exciting
Volunteer Work (Former Employee), Spring Hill, FLSeptember 10, 2012
I enjoyed volunteering my services while living in Florida. It felt good to be back in a hospital environment.
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god job
purchasing/ chiping and receiving (Former Employee), brooksville, floridaNovember 28, 2011
it was good job i did not quit that job .when colombia talk over HCA on the mid nintys , the closed the departement i was working at ,

About Oak Hill Hospital

Oak Hill Hospital is more than just a hospital; it's downright hospitable. Oak Hill Hospital, part of the HCA network of hospitals, – Read more