Environmental Services (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – January 17, 2019
Working for Baptist Health was an absolute blessing to say the least. From the environment to the smiling and welcoming faces of fellow employees. Everyday when i would go into work, it felt like I was not at work. I was so comfortable and able to be myself freely without feeling like I was being judged. The job as an environmental services employee was really laid back and easy. It is a place that i could and would make my career.
Endoscopy RN PRN (Current Employee) – Madisonville, KY – January 4, 2019
Cares for their patients, and employees. They take the time to observe every department with quality rounds to ensure patients are getting the quality care they deserve, and make sure all departments are compliant with joint commission.
IT (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – December 17, 2018
Baptist Health is one of the largest healthcare employers in northeast Florida. They know that, so assume this is a business. When I first started it wasn't so corporate and there was more of an "Us" attitude, now the dictate is solely money - making it, keeping it, and paying as little as possible to employees. The experience depends on your MOS/job title and what you do, and who you do that with. If you're lucky, you get a respectful supervisor and you can grow into your experience. If you are unlucky like me you end up with Mrs. Hitler who harasses you weekly to frustration and then has you walked out the door after 12 years because you stand up for yourself. Top layer of healthcare in Jacksonville is Mayo - everyone is jealous of them; then there is University of Florida Health (affiliated with U. of Florida), then Memorial Hospital. There is a little jewel of a hospital a bit south of Jacksonville that has a stellar reputation, and good feedback by employees - Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida. Baptist is merely average, low pay, skimpy benefits.
It's biggest employer in northeast florida - with turnover there are always openings
RN (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – November 11, 2018
I work in a wonderful department with a lot of autonomy. My work and the work of the team is supported and encouraged by our supervisor. Changes are difficult to move forward in such a large organization.
Faith based, great benefits, wonderful co workers overall
Large organization - harder to move changes forward
PBX OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – November 11, 2018
Baptist Health is an amazing place to work, they care about their employees and will help you in anyway. They have a program set up for their employees if they need any assistance with living expenses. Yearly raises, and holiday bonus along with employee appreciation. Great opportunities.
Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Corbin, KY – October 25, 2018
Fairly good place to work. Teamwork was a plus. Good nursing care. Days were very busy. I learned a lot as far as various computer programs. The most enjoyable part was seeing positive outcomes for the patients.
Plenty of work available with opportunities to work on other floors