Ok let me have a stab at this..
Lakeland Regional is union (I know shocking isn't it.) They are a level 2, probably doing about 2500 deliveries a year and increasing. They have LDR, CNM's, OB's and OB Hospitalists. They are becoming a teaching hospital for medical students. They are getting ready to build a new tower which will house a new OB unit. The nurses are mandated to wear Black/White scrubs
All the HCA hospitals in Fl now belong to the NNOC (which started as the Ca Nurses Assoc). Brandon Regional is one that comes to mind. The RN's at Brandon are mandated to wear royal blue.
In Tampa, BayCare is a good employer, benefits are good. You get a yearly bonus. You can but do not have to work at any BayCare hospital. They have everything from level 1 to level 3. 16 years experience gave me a base pay rate 2 years ago of about 3
$31/hr. It was $3/hr more than I made at Winter Haven Hospital. Cerner is the charting system.
Winter Haven is also a level 2 doing about 1700 deliveries a year. OB drs and OB hospitalists. Regency Medical center is the MCN center and is a mile and a half down the road from the "big house". You need ACLS. The Resp Therapists there are stellar! They do all the neonatal intubations and are extremely skilled. The nurses are mandated to wear Black/White scrubs. It's a Magnet hospital with their second certification. Navicare WatchChild is the charting system. HOWEVER, they are joining BayCare this year so hourly and benefits will improve. BayCare mandates royal blue for nurses.
Sarasota Memorial is also a level 3. Very cutting edge. Their perinatologist is Dr Washington Hill.
Hourly rates and shift diff are variable. At Winter Haven I was at $26/hr and then went to $31 at BayCare. I do not know any other money/benefits info.
I hope this helps a little.
Edited to add: Lakeland is actively recruiting. BayCare always has openings because they are so large. BayCare also has their own in house travelers.