There are too many unfavorable changes within this organization
hospital associate (Former Employee) – Florida – August 6, 2016
This organization is falling apart. Unsafe place to work after someone walked into the hospital a killed a patient and patient sitter two weeks ago. Poor executive management Insufficient nursing and clinical staff Too many positions posted for this facility
PART TIME Speech Pathologist (Current Employee) – Titusville, FL – December 13, 2016
Diagnostics of acute care patients with a number of various illnesses affecting speech, language/cognition, and swallowing. Busy mbs caseload. Occasional outpatient assessments and treatments if overflow assist is needed.
Good work experience and opportunity to gain new skills set but ineffective in changes to operational issues.
Administrative Professional (Former Employee) – Cocoa, FL – February 8, 2012
I am thankful for my time at rehabcare for the simple fact that I recieved the oppportunity to develop new knowledge and skill set while gaining a new and interesting work experience. I completely enjoyed working for Parrish Medical Center and relationships I have built. Unfortunately, the Parrish rehabcare department has operational issues that have remained unchanged and have provided me with an unpleasant work environment leading into my resignation.
free lunches, 2 short days, pdo, benefits
no breaks, disarray, inefective job description, management variations.
Registered Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Titusville, FL – July 25, 2014
I enjoyed working with the people I had contact with. Everyone was friendly , helpful and loyal to the company. Professional at all times as well. I took pride in working at Parrish as they strived to put the patient first in care and make them feel very welcome and comfortable.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Titusville, FL – May 13, 2015
This was the worst job I have ever had in my life, the hours sucked, I never got a break, the pay was a joke and the management was clueless and didn't care, don't take this job, they have a high turn over rate for a reason.
PACS Specialist (Current Employee) – Florida – July 19, 2013
The department I worked in was great for what I did. Had co-workers that were willing to train and learn the new systems when we got them and enjoyed doing it. The minimal staff we use to support all the systems in our department can get overwhelming but with the support we get from outside departments is very comforting when coming in for daily work life. I have grown tons here in the last six years with all the new systems and training that I have had to undergo to support them. With the willingness and compromising the management has I usually dont have many issues trying to complete my job when I am in need.
I used to work at Parrish. Parrish cannot keep good Echo techs on staff because they ...
*work you to death *do not hire enough techs for the amount of work *have a backwards way of doing things *are very unprofessional *are extremely unorganized *don't appreciate the work you do & work you like a dog *they prefer to only hire techs right out of school so they can pay the bare minimum per hour (even with experience, the pay is low)
I would advise working elsewhere!!!! No one ever stays here. The turn over rate is very high at Parrish in the Echo dept. Techs are always leaving for greener pastures, and they should. HUGE red flag!
I was warned about all these things before I started working there and I didn't listen. I just want to return the favor to whomever is reading this.
All around bad place to be for a good Echo Vascular tech.
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Very collaborative environment, our senior design team had no problems obtaining any required information
Senior Design Project Team Member (Former Employee) – Titusville, FL – January 9, 2015
I enjoyed working with the Process Improvement department at Parrish Medical Center. They are very perceptive people that are willing to work with a group of students in training. I found it to be a very dynamic place with rapid change. I learned how to apply all my lean and six sigma training in this environment and I really appreciate the time they invested in me and our group.
RN, Med Surgical/Orthopedic/Pediatrics (Former Employee) – Titusville – June 17, 2014
*Provide care for orthopedic surgery patients, general surgery, neuro surgery, and pediatrics *Communicate in a timely manner with physicians to avoid delay in treatment. *Charge nurse responsibilities, patient assignment, insure appropriate staffing. *Preceptor for nurses, graduate nurses, and student practicum assignments.
Low overall patient acuity, developed critical thinking skills, challenged every shift
Not able to develop advanced nursing skills, unsafe patient ratios while charge nurse requirements and supporting staff
Echo Tech (Former Employee) – Cardio – April 30, 2014
I used to work at Parrish, but had to quit when they forced me to start working weekends. I was always being called in at all times of the night. Parrish cannot keep good echo techs on staff because they work you to death and do not hire enough personnel for this particular area. I would advise working elsewhere!!!!
Parrish medical center was a great employer. I would love to have kept working for this company. The atmosphere is friendly and co-workers become like family. The training stays up to date and on going. Managment is vey professional and still care for the well being of the patents.
I've worked in many hospitals as an RN and this is the first one that assigns nurses patients via room number instead of acuity. Very high patient to nurse ratio 6 or 7 patients that are very critical on a medical oncology unit. I was mentally and physically run down.