Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – January 17, 2017
normal day was morning rounds and drawing blood threw the day, staying in a certain section of hospital watching that area for the day. most enjoyed part was there food they have 2 cafes and the best hospital food ive ever seen!
staying on your feet all day, cant go back to lab had to stand all day.
Patient Registration Representative (Current Employee) – Urgent Care – January 7, 2017
I found jealous workers, gossip, employees not wanting to work as a team and ineffective management. What was even worse, nurses talking about a patients medical issues in the exam room to other employees which is against HIPPA. Several employees holding the bathroom door handle so another employee could not get out of the bathroom. A kindergarten environment instead of a professional environment. Communication is extremely poor among management. Work 12 hour days with no breaks not even to eat. Training poor, went from 6 days to 4 days and cram everything and expect employees to know everything the first day on the job.
I love the people I work with, but the management at the director level and up leaves much to be desired. They are very deceitful and play favorites, at least on the unit where I work. I have worked on other units where it was not so bad, but the favoritism seems to be everywhere.
great benefits, great people to work with
Poor upper leadership, need to focus more on patient care and the people who provide it
Registered Nurse II (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – November 14, 2016
Surgical Services is a difficult discipline to learn and takes many years to perfect. In the beginning, it was a tad difficult to "fit in." Some employees were territorial and no very accepting of a new employee. If one preserves, it turned into one of the greatest accomplishments of my career.
The diversity of all the different specialities.
Sometimes had to finish caseload much later than expected.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – saraota – November 2, 2016
Great facility great faculty between the on hands staff & mangers this company excels at customer service how ever without educationa & certification in medical it is really hard to expand & grow into a life long career
Respiratory Unit Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – October 16, 2016
Family oriented facility, with a group of team players. Working on Medicare/Medicaid, Plastic Surgery, Med. Surg., TBI's, Trachs, Vents, Peg tubes ,IV's, PT/INR draws. The hardest part of my job is when a patient passes away and the best part is when my vent patient patients are able to go home without a vent, trach or peg tube and knowing that i was a part of a team that helped get them to that point.
Could be a very good learning experience for someone that wants to be in health care fund helping others but management it's not fair to workers not honest when things are done there's no warning it's just done that's not good half the time I don't think you see you know what's going on