Jump to content

Florida Hospital or Orlando Health?

davidccs davidccs (New) New

Hello, I have currently offers to work at either hospital system in orlando but I can come to a decision for either one.

I have heard that Florida Hospital pays better which in my case is not true as my offer is lower than what Orlando Health offered but the benefits that Florida Hospital offers seem better than the ones Orland Health offers.

Which one do you guys think is better?

Any personal experiences good or bad are greatly welcomed!

Thank you!

chescat58, RNC-NIC

Has 28 years experience. Specializes in NICU - 112 bed NICU.

interesting, because Florida Hopsital is laying folks off

davidccs,

congratulations on the job offers! i know the orlando sentinel consistently ranks florida hospital within the top 25 among the "top 100 companies for working families" and has been recognized over the past decade by u.s. news & world report as "one of america's best hospitals" for multiple clinical specialties.

the pay is competitive, and i think the benefits are great. in addition to health, vision, dental and disability, they offer financial tools (realtor commission discounts), continuing training/education, and spiritual support.

florida hospital's mission is to 'extend the healing ministry of christ', and the teams i've come across have understood and support that mission for patients, families and each other.

davidccs,

congratulations on the job offers! i know the orlando sentinel consistently ranks florida hospital within the top 25 among the "top 100 companies for working families" and has been recognized over the past decade by u.s. news & world report as "one of america's best hospitals" for multiple clinical specialties.

the pay is competitive, and i think the benefits are great. in addition to health, vision, dental and disability, they offer financial tools (realtor commission discounts), continuing training/education, and spiritual support.

florida hospital's mission is to 'extend the healing ministry of christ', and the teams i've come across have understood and support that mission for patients, families and each other.

molly-flhospital,

i understand you're with florida hospital.is ormond memorial and deland also one of them? would like to know if it's an equal opportunity facilities?

thanks for any information.

charr-rn,

florida hospital ormond memorial and florida hospital deland are "sister-facilities" of the 8 florida hospital campuses in the orlando area. all of the florida hospitals are owned by adventist health system, and the deland and ormond facilities are managed separately from the orlando hospitals. as far as the 8 facilities in orlando, florida hospital is a not for profit, multi-facility hospital system. florida hospital affirmatively affords equal opportunity to all qualified employees without reference to race, creed, color, disability, sex, age, national origin or martial status.

charr-rn,

florida hospital ormond memorial and florida hospital deland are "sister-facilities" of the 8 florida hospital campuses in the orlando area. all of the florida hospitals are owned by adventist health system, and the deland and ormond facilities are managed separately from the orlando hospitals. as far as the 8 facilities in orlando, florida hospital is a not for profit, multi-facility hospital system. florida hospital affirmatively affords equal opportunity to all qualified employees without reference to race, creed, color, disability, sex, age, national origin or martial status.

molly-flhospital,

thanks for that informative response and i am glad to know that said hospital is an equal opportunity employer.

Hi Molly -

You seem to know a lot about Florida hospital. I am seriously considering relocating to the Orlando, Florida area, and I recently received a postcard from them.

I plan to do a "go-see" of the Orlando area in November/December, and thought I'd line up some job interviews while I am there.

I am wondering whether Florida Hospital would be a viable option for me in terms of salary. Do you have any idea of the starting salary for MICU nurses with 2+ years of experience?

Thanks!

ChemRn57, FH is a great organization to work for and I think you'll enjoy your visit. I believe the salary depends on a number of things like years of experience, certifications, shift, etc. So, I don't want to quote you something that may be inaccurate.

×

By using the site you agree to our Privacy, Cookies, and Terms of Service Policies.

OK