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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Orlando Health full-time (More than 3 years)No opinion of CEONo opinion of CEO
The organization is supportive of all employees. There are many opportunities for an individual who wishes to work in the Orlando area.
The distances that people have to travel to get to work can be tenuous. I personally became bored with the drive which could be 2 hours for a 58 mile trip.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Orlando Health.
Telephone screen went great, in person was a little odd, but overall really positive. Was told I was a finalist and asked if I was offered the job later in the week was I ready to accept and move from out of state (after paying to fly myself down for the interview). They were so communicative before my in-person but vanished after the in person - won't return inquiries (a month later), even asking if they've hired someone else - just be honest for goodness sake! I get that schedules get busy and things happen I haven't received an offer but at this point I would't accept if they did call - treatment post interview is disappointing and frustrating and off-putting.
- Asked my Myers-Briggs assessment, which I hadn't really paid much attention to since college (a long time ago!) and honestly didn't remember. Answer Question
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It's not Disney World, but for Floridians in need of health care, it is a prime destination. Orlando Health operates a network of eight hospitals housing nearly 1,800 beds in Central Florida. Orlando Health's flagship facility is the Orlando Regional Medical Center, which features a Level 1 trauma center and provides comprehensive acute care services in a range of specialties. Other facilities include specialty hospitals such as the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando (an affiliate of the Houston-based M. D. Anderson center), the Arnold Palmer Hospital for ...