Chief Computer Scientist For Health Informatics (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 5, 2018
A position was created for me with a great deal of autonomy. That was exercised with little supervision and a network of internal contacts was served well on the basis of feedback from collaborators. Still the absence of directed supervision seems to have resulted in elimination of the position.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – June 29, 2018
The hrs were fixed. Bad collaborating skills. The right hand has no ideas what the left hand is doing. Management is relaxed, and the hardest part about my job is sitting for 8hrs in non-ergonomic chairs that hurt your back, and the company refuse to upgrade.
Nurse Manager/RN, Day Medicine Unit & IV Therapy (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – June 9, 2018
I have loved this hospital since the moment I started 21 years ago. It has helped me grow from a unit aide to a nurse manager. I have been able to witness many changes over the years, some good and some bad, but the mission still remains...Caring for your child as if they were our own.
Patient Service Representative II (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – June 8, 2018
Nemours in itself is a great hospital and has great providers. Management is very unprofessional and do not build team rapport. There's a lack of confidentiality and a sense of discomfort in discussing anything with management. I'm sure it's not all of Management throughout the hospital; however, it is very true for the manager I work for.
Great place to work for helping and interacting with children
Administration (Former Employee) – Pensacola, FL – June 7, 2018
I absolutely loved working with this company, and if it were up to me I would have never left, a large number of employees were let go due to having to downsize and relocate. I loved the fact that everyone worked together and treated each other like family. The most enjoyable part about this job was the interaction with the pediatric patients and families.
Materials Management Technician (Former Employee) – Wilmington, DE – June 7, 2018
Some people are able to get away with laziness, while others are expected to do everything. So if you're looking for a job with an unequally balanced load, this is the place for you...
There's little room for advancement, overtime is offered on a first come first serve basis, team leads aren't as knowledgeable as they should be, and your coworkers can be petty.
The benefits are good and the hospital environment is positive.
Hidden Facts: They want to train you in three different positions, without proper compensation. Team communication is horrible. You're pushing a LARGE 100lbs-200lbs cart around the still expanding hospital. Computers are janky.
Lunch Parties, Benefits, Exercise
Short Breaks, Pettiness, Lack of Knowledgeable Supervisors
Pediatric Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – June 1, 2018
A typical day in my job is obtaining vitals on patients. I have learned to be calmer. The workplace culture is not followed by any means. The hardest part of my job is listening to everyone complain and nothing changes.
Sr. Director of Enterprise Solutions (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – May 17, 2018
They truly put the Patient and the employee first. the quality of life they provide for their employees is the highest. Their CIO has a great grasp on the healthcare industry and a great leader to work for
Medical Technologist (ASCP) (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – May 10, 2018
Even though Nemours provides outstanding pediatric care to patients from all 50 states and around the globe, the daily culture is biased. Nearly all seminars and extras are conducted within the noon to 2pm window of time. This makes it impossible for Afternoon and Midnight employees to participate. This includes everything from grand rounds to how to deal with stress seminars and fitness classes.
Free parking, 24 hour coffee shop, fitness center, 403b
Courier/ Building maintenance (Former Employee) – Delaware – May 10, 2018
when you first start it is good. seems like an old boys club. management of certain departments leave a lot to be desired. They cap the salary for most jobs then you can not make anymore money. If you get a work related injury they find ways to get rid of you.
HIM Supervisor (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – April 25, 2018
I enjoyed my job. Due to cut back, I lost my job. Management was less than desirable. Good place to work. Good benefits, as well as pay. I enjoyed working with and helping out the kids that came in for their appointments.
Director St Helena's Early Learning Center (Former Employee) – Wilmington, DE – April 21, 2018
I loved being able to go to the fittness center. I loved being able to offer support to the employees of Nemours. I know I did a great job to offer a happy enviornment to assure that the nemours employees coould go to work and focus on the job they were doing for nemours. I am customer service oriented.