Registered Respiratory Therapist (PRN) (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – July 12, 2018
Great place to work. Large facility with lots to learn and get hands on experience. Great atmosphere and culture in respiratory department and hospital all together. Physicians valued RT and their opinions. Great access to pulmonologists 24/7 along with other physicians. I thoroughly enjoyed my time working here.
Monitor Technician (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – July 16, 2018
Cardiac monitor technicians are responsible for watching patients' heart rates and reporting important changes to the nursing staff; they often use equipment that tracks several patients simultaneously. They also help clean and maintain equipment and ensure batteries are charged and installed properly.
Make own Schedule
Manager was not respectful, didn't care about your health
Hostile work environment, very clickish CT dept. They smile in your face while they conspire to throw you under the bus and ruin you. Beware, they cover each other’s dirt, if you’re not in; they jump on you like a pack of dirty rabid wolves. Worst, you complain and they will attack you any way they can and management is just as horrible. Stay away from them!!
since i been working for this company I`ve learned so many things to further my career as a health care working I'm so excited about the up and coming things to learn working for this company my supervisor always try her best to help with any problems or concerns that i may have I'm looking forward to working for this company many years to come
Registation (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – June 5, 2018
With working for this company I learned a lot about time management and how to get a job done in the quickest most efficient way possible. I would say that this company also made me learn how to stay focused on getting a task done in the best time possible.
PCT (Patient Care Technician) (Current Employee) – Orange Park, FL – May 14, 2018
Everyone is friendly and works as a team! The nurses as well as the PCT's work as a team. The In-patient Rehab is awesome. They have great therapy. The goal is to get the patients back to their normal state before they have entered into the hospital.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – March 27, 2018
I worked there as a CNA student from Orange Park High school and the workers we shadowed were very friendly for the most part. The hardest part is trying not to get attached to patients while working there.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – March 6, 2018
It was hard working here. Some co-workers were out for self and would try to undercut the leadership. I was glad to find a position with a new company and would not go back to Orange Park Medical Center.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – February 19, 2018
I worked as a CNA on the 4th floor for about a year. I really enjoyed working there and I made alot of friends while I was there. Every body is so down to earth and respectable. If I didnt have to relocate to another state I would still be working there. I would refer anybody to work there
Like much of healthcare, not enough people to do all that is expected.
Director Risk Management and Patient Safety (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – February 13, 2018
High expectations and high standands meant many long work days. Management not transparent. They kept plans and true goals close to their chests. Great group of Directors who know how to get the job done.
Medium-sized suburban hospital with generally positive work environment.
RN VA Navigator (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – February 5, 2018
OPMC was a generally positive place to work, with a somewhat small-town feel to the organization. That is not to say there weren't "office politics" because there were, but generally, the folks are nice.
Staff Nurse, R.N (Current Employee) – Orange Park, FL – December 31, 2017
Labor and delivery department is very busy. I have learned a lot from the experienced staff. I started off with no labor and delivery experience and have been given the training to properly care for my patients.