Staff (Former Employee) – Pcu – September 25, 2019
Horrible micromanaging director People consistently were missing money from their paycheck Horrible schedules No respect for patients or workers No consideration for patients or workers Doctors treat patients according to ability to pay, withholding care from those who can't pay well, overcharging those who can
Do you like being overworked and underpaid? If so, this is the place for you! They will force you to cut back on your hours, supplies, and sanity (unless you wear a suit of course). Bless the hearts of those in HR though! They really do try and stay positive! They’ll always be there to reminded you how valuable you are as a team member....and tell you how lucky you are to get a 30 cent raise.
Bayfront Health Port Charlotte is a great place to work. I love being able to help patients and staff daily in my role. Teamwork and internal development of employees is of the most importance to the organization. I am going into my third year working with Bayfront Health and have no intention of leaving. There is unlimited growth options and my Director is overly helpful and supportive.
I moved from area, other wise I would still be there. The doctors were very nice to staff. The manager was very understanding and worked personal life to gel with work life. The OR STAFF worked as a family. Every one was concerned for everyone else.
I have learned a lot when by working for this company. All aspect of Insurance Billing, Pre-certification, Diagnostic Scheduling. The departments I've work in was Emergency Room, Pre-Operative for surgery, Out Patient Department and Admitting. I enjoyed my job.
Only one half hour for lunch.
Sometimes a break. So busy sometimes not able to take a break.
I was hired in a new position that had not been fully developed. The Educational position was first developed to assist the Director of Education but the D.O.N. wanted me to be the Clinical Educator over Med/Surg and Psych. So I was split between the two positions. I had only received 2 days of orientation when the other Clinical Educator quit and I was then expected to help with orientation and the work with the new nurses. Many times complaints were made that I was not meeting the standards of the job description. After 4 months it was a mutual decision that I leave that position
Cannot even describe how bad it is to work for this organization. What was said to me during the interview process was the exact opposite of what I got. Management demands you take more patients than is safe, only a few strong nurses that you can depend on and forget about help from the PCAs. They are more interested in drinking their Starbucks and hiding from their jobs than helping patients and nurses.
cant think of any
Breaks? forget about it. Lunch? forget about it. Willingness to listen to staff? not gonna happen
My productivity how I work well with coworkers. How I relate with patients and their family. The most enjoyment part of this job is being the Insurance Specialist . (Getting Authorization and Referrals).
We at times can have up to 7 patients on a Medical Surgical floor which can be overwhelming to provide good care. The best part of the job is the people you work with. They have done extensive updates to the hospital appearance.
RN (Current Employee) – Origanially from NJ – February 9, 2019
Love my job but I feel it is time to grow. I learn every signal day. Management is very important and very much needed. The workplace culture can interfere with what you day on a daily basics. The hardest part of the job is completing the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the same people day in and day out.
My shift was switched without talking to me about it first. They switched my shift with another person who wanted my shift. I was let go because people were jealous of me and felt like I was a threat to their job because I was not there long and was doing a better job than them.