Orlando Health was my favorite job. I was so happy with the job. If it wasn't for my INJURY NOT WORK RELATIVE, I wanted to retire from there I hope that it is another hospital out there to give me that chance.
Central Distribution Technician (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 5, 2018
Steady work day with 7:30AM start time. Professional, clean and extremely organized protocol. Excellent management team and co-workers. Team members worked well together including hands on by management team. Orlando Health for me was an excellent place to work at. No complaints whatsoever.
Snacks, breakfast/lunch items provided at no additional cost
55 minute drive from my home in Deltona to South Orlando facility
Scheduling is the major issue as well as personel conflicts. Too many opinions on things, and no real coherent management. They assume that leaving the issue alone will correct it. It doesnt, just stews under the surface.
Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Windermere, FL – November 17, 2018
I love what I do and have great coworkers and providers. With the years I've worked for this hospital we've been through 4 managers. Managers and not well qualified or trained. Instead of helping the office they were bullies. Again the office and work I love its just management needs to be professional and work as a team.
love my schedule hours
Health insurance should be more affordable and childcare assistance for working mothers would help.
I was a volunteer on the Patient and Family Advisory Council for four years
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 17, 2018
I enjoyed working as a volunteer on the PFAC. It allowed me the interact with the Interim CEO, Department heads and anyone that had any kind of leadership at Orlando Health-Orlando Regional Medical Center. It was a joy.
Lab Assistant II (Former Employee) – Ocoee, FL – November 9, 2018
i would set up my card for the day.then i would go to my designated floor. I would draw specimen in the right amount of time. I learned about patient care, how speak confidently so that patient can trust you. How to take care of elderly and very sick people. My coworkers were always in competition, would hardly help each other out.Other than that I would say it was very organized and helped me learn how to be apart of a big organization. The hardest part of the job would probably be taking care of the critical care unit during the night shift and the amount of lab processing that we would do. The part of the job that I liked the most was how rewarding the experience was of being able to help other people.
Florida (Former Employee) – Florida – November 7, 2018
Positive, great place to work. Amazing people great team work, Orlando Health is a private, not-for-profit network of community and specialty hospitals based in Orlando, Florida. Orlando Health comprises Orlando Regional Medical Center, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, South Seminole Hospital, South Lake Hospital (50 percent partnership), Health Central and UF Health Cancer Center - Orlando Health. Orlando Health is Central Florida’s fifth largest employer with nearly 14,000 employees and more than 2,000 affiliated physicians.
TRANSPORTER (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 5, 2018
the work is very relaxed and laid-back. you transport patients throughout the hospital where ever they may be needed. everyone within the work place is very nice and outgoing. the hardest part about this job was hearing some of the patients story's and what they had to go through.from this job i learned that you cannot judge a book by its cover, and that anyone that has a story to tell can give a life long lessen. the most enjoyable part about this job is seeing the patients go home.
The people I had the honor r of working with throughout my career, made the workplace great!!. I worked at the Childrens and Women division for 15 plus years. The environment changes over the years. However, the care and treatment of our patients was the first priority.