Unfair treatment of all staff members. Needs a union to bring the employees together and fight for their rights because management does not have your back! Unsafe work loads routinely due to a skeleton night shift crew.
Therapist/Case Manager (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – March 13, 2019
I enjoyed working at Gulf Coast, but I wanted to do more Counseling and time did not permit for that. So, I decided to move on. The staff was great. My supervisor was supportive and my colleagues were great.
Committed team with a strong desire to deliver high quality health care in an acute care facility.
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – January 26, 2019
A diverse interdisciplinary team of caregivers working together to achieve a positive outcome in patient care situations. Management plays a key role in developing new processes to minimize medical errors and patient harm.
Emergency Room Nurse (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – December 26, 2018
Great people with nothing but knowledge to learn and gain from. Great teamwork is shown here throughout every employee and it was a great work environment. Everyone was friendly and there wasn’t a hostile work environment.
Social Worker (Current Employee) – Panama City, FL – December 23, 2018
Case management team is amazing to work with and able to count on each other. Administration very supportive and listen to employees. Good salary and medical benefits. HCA really took care of employees during recent Hurricane.
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – December 12, 2018
Terrible orientation, protocols not followed. Upon working there 3 weeks I was given students to take around. Dangerous for patients, for example intubation of unresponsive patient on the floor was transferred without a monitor. Most patients have semi private rooms
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.