Great coworkers that have your back, Premiere level 3 care in the area
Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – July 12, 2018
Huddle at beginning of shift giving rundown on all patients. Rounding with doctors and care team to give a comprehensive care plan. Incorporating time management skills. Updates on latest research in neonatology. Knowledgeable coworkers who are great resources and willing to step in and lend a helping hand. The hardest part is dealing with grieving families in situations that the outcome can not be changed.The most enjoyable part of the job is sending a healthy infant home to be with their family.
Professional (Current Employee) – Panama City, FL – February 8, 2018
Current employee that has been at GCRMC for some time. Have seen great changes and growth with a very caring new CEO . In the last couple of years have seen OB and children’s really become what was always hoped for. Neonatology and ped icu doc’s rock, talented Hospitalist and ED doctor groups - all who genuinely seem to be committed to great care and want to help be part of the change for the better. New cardiology group are pure awesomeness and are showing patients what it means to be regarded and respected. Very high tech facility that uses technology to the max . Lots of growth in lots of areas which is cool to see.
Charge Registered Nurse Clinician II, (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – December 22, 2017
This was a facility that cared about it's staff and the staff cared about each other Everyone worked as a team and new employees were welcomed with open arms. more experienced nurse were happy to teach and you were always at home
ER Director (Current Employee) – Panama City, FL – December 13, 2017
Very Busy ER undergoing new construction to improve patient flow and experience. Up to date rooms with modern equipment and the best team of nurses in the area. Strong focus on team work, compassionate care, professional behavior and growth throughout the organization. New leadership team in place over the past year to include, Director, Two Clinical Managers, Patient Experience Coordinator, Educator, Throughput Coordinator. The team is receptive to professionals who are seeking experience in emergency services,
Hard work is recognized and rewarded by patients, staff and management. Team/Family atmosphere. Patient Centered environment.
Technologist (Current Employee) – Panama City Beach, FL – December 11, 2017
Leadership strives to ensure employees have the tools to perform their job and take care of patients with the best modern equipment. Sizable investments have been made in ER, Radiology upgrades, and pediatrics units. It's not uncommon for the senior leadership to puts scrubs on and work in the department for a day to see what you do on a daily basis. It's rewarding when they actually know your name and take interest in what you do.
Radiologic Technologist (Former Employee) – Radiology Department – December 11, 2017
This is a place where your input is really valued. The radiology department is very well organized. The director is wonderful to work with. He tries hard to get input and make improvements where needed. He is always very supportive. All of my co-workers were like family. The culture was very inclusive. I absolutely loved my job there and would highly recommend Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center to anyone looking for employment.
UNIT SECRETARY ER (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – June 25, 2017
very busy and short staffed majority of the time; associates are friendly and passionate. The part time postilion pays more no benefits. Work schedule is typically 3 on four off or visa versa. Transitional days off. two shifts.
A great place to work, but the pay is low, but room for advancement is there which makes up for the pay.
Central Sterile Technician (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – June 9, 2017
I loved working at the hospital itself but didn't get paid enough to live off of it as a single person with no spouse or partner. The most enjoyable part of the job was the constant learning environment and the hardest part for me was walking away at the end of the day knowing there was always more to do.
Great benefits and full time was less than 40 hours.
The pay was below standard compared to other hospitals
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – May 19, 2017
Very busy, but rewarding work and opportunity for advancement. Opportunity to learn so many things about Healthcare Administration. Great team environment and everyone worked together to get things done.
Unit Clerk/Secretary (Current Employee) – Panama City, FL – May 12, 2017
The management takes the time to listen to you and really takes your needs in to consideration. Daily duties have their ups and downs just as any hospital setting would. Some days you are so busy you forget to breath and others are a little slower, but the staff is amazing and will make any day an adventure.
They really seem to care about your needs.
You may have vacation time available, but getting off is a different story.