Staff is very professional and knowledgeable. Very good hospital to learn skills while caring for high acuity patients. After working ER/trauma here, you will be an expert on ground level falls, overdose, copd exacerbation, withdrawal, baker acts , sepsis, MI, CVA, and chest pain.
Echocardiologist (Current Employee) – Hudson, FL – February 27, 2016
Quality, professional and respect. The hospital is engaging to new and improved ideas, and are equipped with advanced equipment. The supervisors and managers are qualified and professional, they listen and understand what is best for the, employee's, doctors and patients. The CEO has expertise and has the hospital running in a advanced and professional state.
I first worked here as a unit secretary and then after completing my education got a job as a nurse here. At that time the charge nurses really took me a scared and unsure nurse under their wing and helped me adjust in my new role.
The hospital is very busy. Most people are helpful. Most patients complain about ER staff. Some nurses are difficult to get along with. Have a hard time getting help with patients. Not much room for advancement. Somehow some people get away with not doing much work without getting in trouble. Not very good management.
At one time best place to work. Recent years not so much
Secretarial (Former Employee) – Hudson, FL – November 7, 2015
Worked there for many years. Many changes in administration not for the good. Directors are not easy to approach. Co-workers were always the best and supervisors were the best and very caring but could only do so much without support from above. Really was a better place to work many years ago.
Awesome co-workers in all departments
Very minimal pay increase. Horrible evaluation process. Increase not based on work ethic
When nurses needed help there was a deficit with avalible help
RN (Former Employee) – Hudson, FL – May 29, 2015
The patient to nurse ratio was not safe, when asking for help it was found tht more often than not help was not available. Many of the doctors were only there for short term and I felt like they did not really care about the patients.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Trauma – January 11, 2015
Worked here for 18 months as an RN and over the course of 18 months saw CNA's be taken away. Monitor techs were put in a central location taking away the unit secretary role. And RNs were required to handle everything without more pay. Not a safe environment for staff or patients. Then when I left, it took over a month for my position to terminate and get my PTO payout. Human Resources is never available on the phone. Employees who call in all the time or who don't keep up their nursing credentials are continuously warned and written up without consequences. Employees who perform are expected to work harder and longer and more often and get no reward for it. Would not recommend this place to anyone.
I worked there for only six months. The people were great. I worked as a CDI specialist. I just had a hard time transitioning from being an ICU nurse to having a desk job. I I left to do travel nursing.
If you are a director or up then you are treated very well. Everyone else is just a number. Bottom line and money are the driving force. Workers are given unrealistic workloads and expected to manage and follow the tenet....Do more with less! Then if complaints occur or patient care suffers management is ready to crucify the employee.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Hudson, FL – October 20, 2012
Management change often, Just a number to management. No value as an employee. Employees are very cohesive and nice to each other so that is a plus. Always doing more with less. Bottom line is the profit number.
friendly and cohesive coworkers.
no value as an employee, cuts every year to do more with less, administration change often. no job security.