Mission: The Mission of Baptist Health Care is to provide superior service based on Christian values to improve the quality of life for people and communities served.
I have been working at Baptist Health Care full-time (More than 5 years)
During my almost 6 years at Baptist I have been privileged to work with some of the smartest, most caring and compassionate nurse, techs, physicians and ancillary staff that I have ever encountered in my 16 years as a nurse.
Willing to take into account your family needs when scheduling.
Reasonable benefits with added savings for participating in Healthy Lives.
Approachable manager that is always willing to hear concerns and help facilitate change to better benefit staff and patients.
Excellent communication from my manager about any changes that may be coming, including weekly communications via email with all details of the prior week and monthly staff meetings that is an open forum for suggestions and concerns.
Positive feed back for a job well done.
No forced overtime but it is available if you want it.
Opportunities for personal and professional development.
Constantly looking to bring in new physicians of all specialties and new and improved technology to help us provide the best care to our patients.
Recent turnover in leadership is bringing many positive changes and accountability that wasn't there before.
Increase in the focus of recruiting and retaining highly qualified staff for all areas.
Progressive renovations to update the hospital.
Recent purchase of new state of the art medical equipment for all of the patient care areas.
I am very proud to be a Baptist Employee. I am very encouraged by recent changes and the focus that is now being placed on the staff and providing the necessary tools to provide our patients the best care.
FMLA benefit is inadequate.
Not in the best area but the hospital provides security officers 24/7 on site as well as local law enforcement on site at night time.
Tuition assistance/ reimbursement is low
While we do have good insurance, our copays can be expensive for ER and specialties.
High prices in the cafeteria despite the discount.
Advice to Management
Continue to focus on recruitment and retention. Recognize your long term employees. Provide incentive for critical need and holidays. Communicate important information and changes quickly. Always be honest even when change may have a negative impact on someone. Be approachable and listen when we come with valid suggestions and/or concerns. Give praise when it is deserved. Keep moving in the direction you've been moving for the last few months! I see evident improvements in moral!
I applied online. I interviewed at Baptist Health Care (Gulf Breeze, FL) in August 2017.
to was a good very re-lacks but in the end she told me that she had someone in mind for the postion. and why just didnt let me know and just come way to gulfbreeze which she made up her mind already