Facility is clean and I enjoy working with the staff. Patients are awesome. Grateful that the Director and the Assistant director gave me the opportunity as a new nurse to work on their unit. Also, to be a part of their StaRN program.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Gainesville, FL – January 25, 2019
Always have a positive attitude because you never know who is watching. I love the company, the managers are fair and loyal. The company make you feel at home at all times. It is a pleasure working for the company.
I learned so much in my time at NFRMC. My fellow nurses are now considered family. We were always laughing and make the most of difficult situations. They always had my back, from PT & OT to housekeeping- we all had each other’s backs.
After working PRN for 5 plus years-the Hospital refused to offer or provide health insurance benefits. This is ridiculous. A hospital not offering health insurance benefits. Our specific department would not offer even PT positions-because they would have to then provide health insurance. It is a huge slap in the face and THE ONLY reason I quit working for NFRMC
the patient to nurse and nursing staff ratio is insane you will literally be taken care of 40 to 50 patients because they are so understaffed. Nursing assistants and nurses usually have about seven to eight patients. I worked a med-surg floor and I will never work at this hospital again the managers don't care about you they sit in their office all day and then they come and do their leadership rounds where the patient gets to complain that they have their bet they haven't had their bed bath while the problem is is you're dealing with 30 other patients and it's impossible to get to them.
Plenty of overtime
You barely get a break and they write you up for silly things
Claim to be patient oriented. Only care about their profit. They will lie on you so quickly and will push false accusations trying to fire you. Unless you are a doctor, director, CEO, or anyone higher up they don't care about your well-being. Avoid NFRMC as an employee or patient.
> Cuthroat! This hospital is definitely for profit. The administration cares more about the outside, and Christmas lighting, than patient care and staff. They have just gotten rid of positions that have proved not to be "profitable", by their standards. Full time, devoted RN's have lost their jobs, security, and benefits, with a two notice, many older nurses, having difficulty finding new positions. Awful hospital, awful place to work
Poor job security, lack of compassion from administration