Clinical Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – October 9, 2018
Working at Jackson Health System (JHS) is like a family affair, As co-workers we support each other at work and away from the job. Many of us are close friends out of the work environment. Job satisfaction at JHS is a combination of both intrinsic and extrinsic factors. JHS is a teaching hospital and you always find yourself in an atmosphere of learning, and supportive environment.
Greater Job satisfaction due to enhanced exposure to learning. 24 hr doctor coverage, to give medical care to our patients, and support the nursing staff
Short staffing, patients are the teaching tool for medical students, nursing students, this can be tiring for the patient.
I am the only analyst that maintains Emergency care documentation for all three campuses including six urgent care facilities. Therefore, my day is pretty busy. However, I do have some downtime. Management is ok. Everyone has room for improvement. The hardest part of my job is dealing with end-users not wanting to adapt to change. However, the biggest reward is when you put something out there that the staff is in awe of. That outweighs everything.
During my employ, I worked with different principals. The manager I worked with before retiring was among the best. A good listener, excellent management skills; open door policy. showed concern for employees and patients' well being - which all resulted in employees being more productive and responsible. The most enjoyable part of my job was the opportunity to help others. This made my life worth living. During my sojourn, I learned that the chain is as strong as its weakest link and once we work as a team - Together We Accomplished More.
hrs per day, 3 days a week Nurse and staffs Supervisor Family Health Assessment Leadership Medicare Medicaid guidelines Quality Management Critical Care Nurse Nursing Research Emergency & Disaster Preparedness
very challenging place to work also a dangerous place to work stabbing etc. motorcycle and vehicle accidents daily, but i love to help people, if there was hazard pay this would be the ideal job to have ,security have no kind of protection whatsoever not even pepper spray,but the benefits are great, there much more good than bad i have to say so i will just leave it at that
Health Services Representative (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – July 18, 2018
I love working for Jackson Memorial Hospital. It was my very first job as a adult. a typical day at work was to clock in, go to my work area. Greet the patients and my co-workers, start checking in patients, making appointments, collecting cash payments, and scheduling appointments.The hardest part of the job was to see the condition some of the patients were in, and to just see them sick. The most enjoyable part was to work together as a team with my co-workers we were like family.
ARNP (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – July 16, 2018
An environment conducive to learning. Culture inclusive workplace Overall well-managed The hardest part of the job is when your best is not good enough for the clients The most enjoyable part of the job is when colleagues work together as a team
Years ago Jackson was much better because the manager's cares about their employees. Now is about the budget. Not enough staff to work the floor at Jackson Memorial Hospital. A floor for three CNAs or PCTs to work on the floor there are only one CNA to work the whole floor. Sometimes the CNA or PCT has 14-30 patients which is too much for one CNA or PCT. The PCT or CNA gets burned out by the end of the morning or night. Some of the Nurses and doctors talk down to CNAs or PCTs because you're a CNA or PCT and treat their with no respect. There is no appreciation for CNAs or PCTs. There is no teamwork. The salary a CNAs or PCTs receive at Jackson memorial hospital is not enough to take care of the family and the bills. As a CNA you work hard and get paid Low Salary. There is No Raises for CNAs or PCTs on their salary. There is no recognition for the CNAs or PCTs. That goes for all Jackson Memorial Hospital units at the main campus. Jackson employees need to improve in respecting each other and improving teamwork. Jackson Memorial Hospital needs to give Higher Salaries to CNAs and PCTs because every one of them work hard and spend more time with the patients and giving them good care. Many changes and improvements need to be done to Jackson Memorial Hospital. If the managers and supervisors start caring for their employees the hospital would be a better place to work.
Assistant to Director / Quality Coordinator (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – June 19, 2018
Wonderful work place to work in they offer you hands on training. They take there time out with all of th employees so that you get a full understanding where you don’t ever have no miss understanding and have a feel free ask questions policy.
A lot of caring people. They are trying to improve the culture here. It will likely take a few more years to fully instill a culture of caring and service. Pay needs to improve, to keep up with the cost of living in Miami.