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10 days ago

ADU.DIGITAL MEDIA ARTIST.DISTANCE EDUC/ECHELON

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all… Florida Hospital


10 days ago

Paramedic – Imaging - Orlando - Nights

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

Located on a lush tropical campus, our flagship hospital, 1,107-bed Florida Hospital Orlando, serves as the major tertiary facility for much of the… Florida Hospital


10 days ago

Cafeteria Assistant IV-Nutritional Services-East Orlando- PT

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

The East Orlando Nutritional Services has four distinct areas of responsibility and services that include: Food Production Services, Patient… Florida Hospital


10 days ago

Registration Representative-ED

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

The East Orlando Emergency Department has 36 beds (including 29 monitored beds) and sees over 68,000 patients each year, ranging from infant to… Florida Hospital


10 days ago

Security Officer - Security - Orlando - On Call

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

Located on a lush tropical campus, our flagship hospital, 1,107-bed Florida Hospital Orlando, serves as the major tertiary facility for much of the… Florida Hospital


10 days ago

Nutritional Services Supervisor - Nutritional Services

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

The Nutritional Services Department has about 460 employees at 7 campuses. Every campus has a Patient Service Area, Retail Area, and a clinical… Florida Hospital


9 days ago

Server - Nutritional Services

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

Located on a lush tropical campus, our flagship hospital, 1,107-bed Florida Hospital Orlando, serves as the major tertiary facility for much of the… Florida Hospital


3 days ago

ADU.EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT I.ADMINISTRATION

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

. Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all… Florida Hospital


10 days ago

Registration/Support Secretary Float - Imaging

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

Located on a lush tropical campus, our flagship hospital, 1,107-bed Florida Hospital Orlando, serves as the major tertiary facility for much of the… Florida Hospital


10 days ago

Director of Performance Improvement, Data Reporting Analytics, and Transportation

Florida Hospital Orlando, FL

The Director for FH East Orlando’s Performance Improvement, Data, Reporting Analytics, and Transportation oversees a portfolio of performance… Florida Hospital


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    It has been wonderful - lots of opportunities for advancement if you take the initiative!

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    Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Orlando, FL
    Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Orlando, FL

    I have been working at Florida Hospital

    Pros

    It is one of the largest hospital systems in the US, so there are always lots of positions that need to be filled. You can start as a housekeeper or patient tech, and after a year's employment the hospital will help pay your education so you can advance your career. In the meantime, there are lots of free online CBL's - computer-based learning modules. They also have their own FH College of Health Sciences, which is fully accredited.

    EMR across the board - minimal use of paper charts. The doctors are currently switching over to computerized ordering, so it's much easier to read the orders, no handwriting to translate!

    I love to learn new things, so in my 10 years here I have been been trained in various areas: ACLS, PALS, PICC certified, Sunport, Cerner and other hospital software - all free of charge. When I wanted to go back to school full-time for my MSN, leadership helped me to find a part-time position so I could remain with FH. You see many employees encourage their friends and families to come to work at FH. And of course, we are in Orlando - great weather and close to Disney, Universal, Sea World, and Legoland is coming this fall.

    Cons

    They are a very large organization, so like a large ship, changes in direction can be slow, but this is the same with every large business. You need to actively seek out opportunities - they will not be placed in your lap. If you have initiative, take the time to look at the employee newsletter, intranet, and watch the job openings for new opportunities. If you want to make a suggestion, fill out a SHARE card or go to a town hall meeting. When I worked in leadership, I know we took staff suggestions very seriously, even if we couldn't always implement them.

    They are a faith-based organization, so prayer before meetings is standard. FH's Mission is "Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ". FH is a branch of Adventist Health Care, which was founded by the SDA - Seventh Day Adventists. However, I am Catholic and not particularly religious, and I never felt their religion was forced upon me. Most upper leadership are members of the SDA church, so if you want to be a VP or CEO, you might want to look into converting - LOL. But middle management and staff is much more diverse, so you can be a nurse manager and an atheist and there will not be an issue.

    They do not hire LPN's and it can be difficult for GN's (newly graduated RN's) to get a job unless you have a BSN. They are also phasing out Patient Tech positions on many of the units. But apply anyway, because once you get hired the opportunities for growth are there.

    Temporary staffing is TERRIBLE! Don't do it!!! FH switched to S----- Staffing, a single agency-manger company about 2 years ago to improve efficiency and make it easier for the units to get nurses. Almost all agencies must go through them to staff nurses. Great idea, but unfortunately S----- Staffing has argued with and underpaid every major staffing agency in the Orlando area, so most agencies will not staff FH anymore. If you do use them, be warned - you will have a mandatory 6 month wait to get hired and they constantly underpay the agency nurses. If you bill for 36 hours they will only pay you for 34.5 hours, stupid stuff like that. I think HR is looking into that now, so hopefully it might change soon.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Add an LPN to RN transition track program to the College of Science, there is a great demand in the Central Florida area. Get rid of S----- Staffing and hire a new agency-manger or go back to using multiple agencies. Otherwise, I still work for FH and plan to stay until I retire. I have been very happy here and have made many friends, and would never go anywhere else!

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