Food Service Attendant (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 12, 2017
The very best thing about working for Orlando Health is there is never a dull moment. There are days when things are easy going and then there are days where helping a patient becomes very rewarding! I have a good relationship with all my supervisors and managers which makes it easy to do my job. There are obstacles that are challenging at times which entails getting close to a patient and finding that they passed away!
Float Pool RN (Former Employee) – Float pool RN – September 20, 2017
Awesome place to work, I work at ORMC to be close with my sick mother and these people became family. They were so caring. Lots of good policies plus management was willing to roll up their sleeves and help
I learned a lot working in the PACU I learned to do ECGs, Vitals, blood draws, Trauma care and Pt. Care. I learned about team work and learning to care for the Patient both physically and emotionally. The Workplace culture is friendly and caring. The hardest Part of the job is Having to watch Patients in pain and suffering while they are sick. Typical day starts with prepping the patient for surgery weather it is shaving them, taking vitals, putting on SCD's or TED house. Making sure you do everything for that patient before they go back and have surgery.
Helping people, Learning everything about the medical field
HIM Analyst 1 (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 2, 2017
This was a great job, I loved the position and my co workers. Everyone was friendly and professional. I made many life long friends. I was on the late shift and if ever there was a problem I know i could call my manager and get support.
Developed, implemented and managed a 24/7 sterile core operations in support of surgical patients, surgeons, and operating room staff for a 19 room level one trauma center. Overall responsibility for all aspects of the surgical supply and case cart processes, surgical instrumentation, and sterilization delivery processes. Additional responsibilities include all aspects of human resource management duties for a staff of 27 personnel with departmental supply and operational budgetary compliance.
I worked at ORMC for 2 and a half years and I loved it. I worked with great people, I saw and learned so many things, and they took good care of me. Everyday could be a fresh start with patient interactions or you could run in to frequent visitors and pick up where you left off. A hospital has to run on team participation. No one can help a patient from start to finish. When I ask a patient if they have been taken care of, the answer is almost always yes. The employees respect the patients, take care of their needs, and follow through afterwards.