A typical work would consist me working the cashier greeting and keeping the energy alive in the front kitchen. I learned how to maintain time and whats it like to work with different people of all race and all age.
Great employer with good benefits and great coworkers
Epic Systems Analyst III (Current Employee), Tampa, FL – April 28, 2013
Pros: education assistance
Cons: short-staffed for major upcoming projects
My typical day at work revolves around supporting the Epic EMR from an Inpatient Orders Standpoint. I have learned so much about the EMR and want to continue to learn and advance in my career. My co-workers are great work with and I enjoy sharing my knowledge of what I know to new coworkers and cross-training other members of the Sunquest lab team. – more... The hardest part of my job is when I cannot fix things that they would like due to it not being available in the current version of the EMR but when I can make a change that creates satisfaction for nurses/physicians and other end users, this makes be very happy. – less
Understaffed and very bad management with lots of favortism
Patient Care Technician /CNA (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – April 9, 2013
Pros: great exposure and opportunities to learn advanced skills
Cons: understaffed, over worked, favortism, gossip, lack of good work ethics
This is a great place to learn if you are new in healthcare. However, it's not the best environment to establish a life time career in terms of co-workers and management. There's alot of favortism and gossip. These people kick good work ethic and moral values to the side forever. They are the most unreliable and disrespectful group I have ever worked – more... with. I never plan on going back. – less
Patient Care Technician/ Sitter (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – April 9, 2013
Pros: allowed time for studies
Cons: it only lasted until you were finished with school
I really enjoyed my time here. I worked during my training for surgical technology. This position was offered to the people in school and was totally geared towards your schooling. They taught a lot of hands on experiences that you would not get anywhere else.
large facility to learn and grow as a physical therpist
Physical Therapist (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – March 15, 2013
Pros: equipment, flexible
Cons: large staff, need to improve interpersonal communications
This is an excellent facility to work. You can be part of a large interdisciplinary team. They have lots of equipment to aid you in patient care and allow you to maintain good and safe body mechanics while working with all types of patients.
Great place to work, with advancement opportunity.
Health Unit Coordinator (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – January 23, 2013
Pros: large teaching hospital with growth opportunity.
Cons: emergency room waiting time could be better.
Tampa General Hospital is a great place to work. The teaching hospitals are the best, because you see the possiblities for self-growth. A typical day would be with smiles and respect, as we practiced an "on stage" attitude, reminding ourselfs to greet, welcome, and assist our visitors and co-worker.