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Working at Grady is a experience you can't explain from customer service skills to de escalation techniques all comes in handy working at Grady. You see everything and everybody at Grady.
Discounted Meals and overtime
Extreme Work load
Grady Health Systems dba South Georgia EMS is a great paying EMS service and has great benefits but it's really just feels like a short term job working for them, not a career. Like you are on a temporary contract which can be pulled at any time. There is no sense of longevity and security. Direct management has been good and able to take days off when needed. You just don't get the sense that anybody has your back and you could be one mistake away from termination. Ambulances might not be the worst but getting on a truck with 280k and squirrely driving characteristics is not uncommon. Co-workers have been great. No complaints there. Shift personnel are great people. There just seems to be a rather large disconnect between corporate management and people on the ground. It's really hard to put it in to words but most employees you get the sense that they are just passing through until a better opportunity presents itself.
Good hourly pay, all the overtime you want, good insurance
no sense of job security, short staffed quite often
Benefits and pay are competitive. There is no work life balance. Getting time off is very difficult because staff is low. Staff is low because turn over rate is high. Turn over rate is high because of department head and schedule issues.
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Worked as pool unit clerk at Grady Hospital in Downtown, Atlanta. They allowed me to have a very flexible schedule while I was in school. The only thing was the pay was low, but I was able to make a lot of overtime if I wanted.
Grady offers a fast-paced environment with a broad range of diversity. Religious and cultural diversity is all around you. The great thing is everyone comes together for the common good of the people who are in need of medical attention. Grady is not perfect, but my time here was worthwhile and I am honored I had the opportunity to serve in such a legendary hospital with heroes who make a difference each day they come to work.
Great manager and leadership
The staff are dedicated to making Grady move forward. It's a Just Culture. I can see positive changes and opportunities for growth for a person who is autonomous.
Great tuition reimbursement, Just Culture, dedicated hardworking team members.
limited support for new leaders, no work/life balance, constant turnover
Grady EMS use to be one of the top EMS places in the state to work, but not anymore. Management has changed and they only worry about making money. No longer is top care or employee retention a concern. Pay is pretty good, but not worth dealing with being short staffed and getting off late constantly.
Descent pay, OT is abundant
Management, short staffed
I love working in the NICU. Even though I am an experience nurse, I learned a lot from my coworkers and Leaders. Every unit have uts ups & downs, but we still wirk together as a team to give better care to our neonates & parents.
Love my babies & coworkers
Being fkexed off alot due to low census
There is always something new to learn at Grady! You will see and experience things that you never thought were possible. During my time at Grady, my skill set grew and strengthened tremendously. Great support from management, staff and physicians. Probably one of the best nursing jobs I've had.
I do not recommend this EMS Organization. Go find another place to work fro because you will ultimately become unhappy. Go to a place that offers you a career, not a job.
You will learn a lot really fast and see a huge varity of emergency sitiuations.
No long term benefits, Poor Retirement, Expensive Employee Healthcare Ins.