Protective Service Officer (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – November 29, 2013
Cons: budget cuts
Orlando Health is a private, not-for-profit network of community and specialty hospitals based in Orlando, FL. Orlando Health comprises Orlando Regional Medical Center, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, South Seminole Hospital, South Lake Hospital (50 percent partnership), Health – more... Central and M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando – affiliate of the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. Orlando Health is Central Florida’s fifth largest employer with nearly 14,000 employees – less
Financial Counselor (Current Employee), Orlando, FL – November 15, 2013
Cons: lunch is only 30 mins for a 12 hr shift.
The company itself is going through major changes...CEOs, policies, budgeting. The policies are company focus. Under appreciated. If you are religious....they don't really care about your worship day. Not enough staffing. Pay is not the best. Depending if you are liked by management is how you get treated.
RN or Techs...you only get 30 mins lunch for – more... every 12 hrs shift. The union has to step in for nurses to get respect!
Great place for training and stepping stone. – less
Working on PCU has been a pleasure because of the staff I have worked with over the past 1 1/2 years. I have worked with a very diverse group of people and have learned about their cultures. The group of Physicians and Nurses work closely together to assure quality care and timely communication with all information to improve patient outcomes. The hardest – more... part of the job is often patient and family expectations that are not always realistic. The way regulations limit patient care we must deal with explaining to them why they can only stay a few days and watch them go home to finish their recovery. – less
Receiving Clerk (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – September 25, 2013
Pros: getting items delivered to the proper departments
Cons: lack or recognition from management to doing out best.
Spend a full eight hour day which is good. Waiting on UPS and Federal Express to arrive. Sort through items and separate by purchase orders and orders to be written up. The purchase orders define where these items are to be delivered and they must be marked accordingly. All the items must be separated by departments and written up on a delivery sheet. – more... Items that are urgent are delivered first. All these items must be signed for and last names spelled out. The satisfaction comes from getting 300-400 items delivered. – less
Senior Front Office Assistant (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – September 15, 2013
Pros: free lunch. pto allowed to the employees
Cons: short breaks allowed and healthcare guidelance requiered
it was so fun work in surgery dept. my manager was really caring about all of us . I don't have any complaints about this job. the level of requirement was high but the are very professional showing us how to do all the the things right.
Experienced in a multi-physician practice, clinic, lab and private care. Additional healthcare experience front and back office, training and development HR. Known for dedication providing premium care and customer service. Dedicated focused professional highly motivated reliable worker with the ability to quickly learn new concepts and skills. Backed – more... by a solid work history reputation as a team player and passion for helping others. Education Leading to Administration. – less
Charge Management Analyst 2006 to Present (Current Employee), orlando, Florida – August 27, 2013
Cons: short lunches
Very productive a lot of incentives like massages, healthy menu's department potlucks. wellness activities. typical day completing all charges in for billing. Managers communicate thru instant messaging or emails or meetings. We work as a team we all pitch in do what we have to do to get the job done. the hardest is when we are short staff trying to – more... get the charges in. Listening to music as I do my job releases the stress. I actually started working the front desk checking patients in and collecting co-payments and scheduling diagnostic testing then I went into scheduling chemo therapy for the patients we I really love because I got to meet so many wonderful people. An opening came for a Medical assistant which I jump on and I worked with doctors and room the patients, took vital signs and prepare them for the doctors, then I went to the chemo area and took vital signs for the patients and help all the nurse made sure the patient were comfortable and answer any questions about their treatments and reported anything to the Nurses. stocked all supplies and food for the floor, got charts ready for the following day, but then my mother got ill with cancer and it was very hard for me so then I went to Revenue Integrity and learned all the billing cycle of a patient. – less
RN (Current Employee), Orlando, FL – August 5, 2013
Pros: i love being a nurse!
Cons: incentives, differential for working nights decreasing
I am currently working at Arnold Palmer Hospital in the pediatric ER unit. I have also worked at Winnie Palmer Hospital as Labor/Delivery Nurse and Mom/Baby Nurse. Prior to working in the ER, I worked in the pediatric ICU unit. I love being a nurse and love working in the ER. For the past 5 years Orlando Health has been a great employer to work for – more... but unfortunately, the organization is not doing too well financially so I am searching other options. – less
Department Secretary (Former Employee), Longwood, FL – July 31, 2013
When I started working here I was ecstatic to be a part of such a great company. However, something seemed to have changed. There are many changes and within those changes, jobs became scarce or they were/are eliminated. I was told that my position was being eliminated and that there wasn't anywhere for me within the company to transfer to.