Full Time (Former Employee) – ORMC – October 15, 2018
The worst patients to care for. As a Level 1 Trauma Center you are exposed to the most complex cases, which is great! As a TEACHING hospital the over ordering of exams is out of control. The number of infectious diseases you are exposed to is scary! This is a Very labor intensive environment, no one can move themselves. The pto you earn is prorated if you use any of it. You don't earn the hours at the same rate if you take time off. So don't be fooled, if they tell you get 7 hrs per pay but if you take any earned time off they penalize you and you will earn less in your next paycheck. WTH???? So you are not getting the 14 days per year that you were quoted. Also, if a holiday falls on your day off you don't get that either in your pto bank or in your paycheck. They also will send you home if the census is low!
PTO reduced if you take time off, Teaching Hospital, infectious diseases, labor intensive
There were issues with the work loads among the work crew. seem that the younger members had the easier job descriptions as opposed to the older members had to shoulder the heavier jobs. Had to deal with doing MY job while others were busy talking on cell phones and getting paid for my work
Lead phlebotomist/Lead lab assistant (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 4, 2018
I am a lead lab assistant and I love it. I love drawing blood and inserting IV's. My supervisor is wonderful, very flexible and understanding. I love my hours and my benefits are great. I have good days and bad days as does everyone but all and all, this is a great place to work
lots of discounts on things, great benefits, very flexible
Chief Medical Informatics Officer (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 3, 2018
I have no knowledge of this organization as I left it so long ago. It was great living in the area and I do miss Orlando. The team that I worked with was extremely supportive, unfortunately most have left.
Worked there 15 yrs. Salary maxed for 8 yrs. Transferred within as an LPN same title and took a 5 dollar pay cut to go back to school for my RN. Was given an order by my Supervisor and she had no backbone to stand up for what she told me to do. No loyalty to long time employees. Administration are shady after refusing to continue doing the testing for the doctors ( ACLS, mod sedation testing...) the harassment started on a daily basis. Not given enough time to complete patient testing the way it is suppose to be done. Cut corners and patient saftey jeopardized. Favoritism played at every end. Great doctors!! Horrible Admistrator from Mid Florida Cardiology. With a nasty profane mouth, talks about people behind their backs.. Very unprofessional they turned on all the long time employees that got them there.
Under staffed. Supervisors only have HS diplomas..
Management are disrespectful to the employees. They make you feel like you are below them. It’s all about what you can do for them. They over work you, they deny you pto. It’s very difficult to get a day off. They write you up for everything and they’re always firing techs. Do not work for this company, especially X-ray. I worked there for a very long time and I couldn’t get 1 day off. I had to change my days off to their convenience. Manager likes to cause problems. He personally told me on many occasions off other techs ratting on each other. Also hard to move up, they only promote rats, not hard workers
On a regular basis I would ask for support from my manager and got none . when fellow team member complained about something that was out of my hands I was dismissed And got no help from management to resolve the conflict,I cant recommend working for Corporate engineering
most people are super nice
No support when you voice concern.that your heading to a volatile situation
Secretary (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 7, 2018
it's an amazing company . it's really fun and a productive place to work at, I enjoying work for Orlando health . working had change so many different way. I've learned how to be patient and respectable .
A typical day at work in the Orlando Health Emergency Department is busy and stressful. I learned a lot about how to maintain composure during emergencies. The management does its best to save lives and motivate the staff. The workplace culture is very competitive. The hardest part of the job is witnessing patients die. The most enjoyable part of the job is saving lives.
Resident (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 10, 2018
Level-1 trauma center, with a lot of actions going on. As a member of the post-graduate training, Orlando Health was a great institution to gain experience in a short period of time. Work can be stressful as the preceptors all have high expectations. Definitely recommend!!
Registered Clinical Nurse II (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 6, 2018
I loved working for the orlando health company, the only reason I have left is to move back closer to family. My coworkers and management were great and they made it very easy to have a work/ home balance.
ER Technician/ Trauma Tech (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 3, 2018
Orlando Health is a great company to work for with lots of opportunities for advancement. You are surrounded by multiple resources at all times, and it is a teaching hospital, so while receiving the best care possible, you have multiple doctors checking on you. Not just one.