ER Registrar (Former Employee) – Brooksville, FL – February 4, 2018
Greeted and registered patients as appropriate for inpatient and outpatient services. Ensured correct billing and insurance information received for patients and entered into correct digital programs. Answered incoming calls and transferred as appropriate. Accepted patient questions, ensured they received correct information and provided directions to departments and offices within the hospital. Ensured all registration documents were properly completed, signed and routed. Assisted with transporting of patients through and between departments and delivered samples to laboratories. Observed patients for status as directed by nursing staff, reporting any changes to status appropriately. Assisted security through monitoring of emergency room patient entrance. General administrative duties and office procedures as needed. Called for ambulances and medivac as needed. I enjoyed working in the fast paced atmosphere of the ER. The doctors were great to work with and the staff all got along.
I've personally have had/am having a great working experience at Oak Hill. I'm constantly learning and seeing new things due to being a part of the float pool team. My schedule is very flexible with school and over time is easy to come by.
Food and Nutrition Services Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooksville, FL – December 13, 2017
Eh nothing much to say. It's a job. I don't understand anything to put because it's literally just a job you wake up and go to every morning just life any other job. The management in HR isn't very accommodating but it's just a job.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Brooksville, FL – November 10, 2017
case management of variety of patients. Assessment and education providing safe discharge plans. Most enjoyable part of job is to work with patients, most difficult part is the working on multiple floors trying to provide services to patients.
I enjoyed my time here. Winter seasons get ridiculously busy. This is a medium sized hospital so it's quick to get to know most of the staff. It sometimes has that "small town" feel. Holidays there were always something to boost moral.
Clinical Dietitian (Current Employee) – Spring Hill, FL – October 20, 2017
Growing hospital adding many new services and very dedicated to employee appreciation and empowerment. I feel appreciated, respected, supported in providing quality care to our patients. Coworkers are friendly and qualified.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Brooksville, FL – October 20, 2017
days are long and are busy, which is typical with any hospital. I enjoy working with various people and helping them to get better. The hardest part of the day is standing on my feet at all times. I stand in one position all day receiving in specimens and delivering them to different departments in the lab.
food and nutrition services (Former Employee) – Spring Hill, FL – May 2, 2017
I delivered meals to the patients in the hospital. I learned that doing this kind of work puts a new prospective on life and how precious life is so I need to live it to the fullest. My manager was really nice. I didn't always agree with my coworkers decisions in life but I was their friend. I didn't have any enemies. The hardest part of the job was building relationships with the sick patients and going back to their rooms to deliver their meal and having the nurse tell me they just passed away. The most exciting part of my job was getting to put a smile on those sick patience faces when they didn't feel like smiling.
So I came to this hospital working ICU but you can get floated 1 or 2 times a week if the numbers are low. Every floor they floated me to was nice, helpful and friendly. You get the feeling that the nurses really want to help the patients and take pride in their job. In the ICU/ER I can say the charge nurses are helpful and willing to help out whenever you are having a problem. The charge nurses at this hospital are actual a good resource to use when needed and will check on you throughout the shift to see how you are doing. Staffing is like most places with hit an miss days, sometimes you may get tripled but the staff and charge nurses are very good about helping you out when this happens (even when your patient needs to go to CT they will try and take them for you). its HCA so the scheduling is done by open selection so I did enjoy that. the overall travel experience has been a good one on day shift. so much so that 3 of us have signed up for another 13 weeks. the workers and management really try to help you feel like part of the staff family. would recommend to first time travelers for ICU for sure.
Food and Nutrition Assistant (Former Employee) – Spring Hill, FL – October 18, 2016
A typical day at work is just another day of you enjoying your job, You learn all kinds of things throughout the day. it may be a very big thing or something as little as where something should be placed. You are not always going to get along with all of your co-workers but you are going to have to have a good attitude and work together. The hardest part during the day is might be learning something new. The most enjoyable part of the day is making customers happy and getting the job done.
LPN (Former Employee) – Brooksville, FL – June 25, 2016
It's been several years, but my manager was very nice and tried to work with everyone's needs and wants regarding scheduling. The hardest part of the job was the nurse/patient ratio at the time. From what I understand, that problem has been improved through legislation in the last ten years.