H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center

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H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center

Details

Number of Beds 115
Walkthrough State NO
Compact State NO
State License Fee $223
License Wait Time 10-15 days ONLINE
Temporary License n/a
License Website www.floridasnursing.gov/
State Hourly $30.78 (non-traveler)
State Annual $57,840 (non-traveler)
National Hourly $33.23
National Annual $69,110
County

Hillsborough

Population
998,948
Rent-Studio
$736
1 Bedroom
$824
2 Bedrooms
$992
Temperature info
City

Tampa

Population
347,830
Homicides (per 10,000)
1
Rapes (per 10,000)
1
Assaults (per 10,000)
41
Robberies (per 10,000)
20
Average commute times
Average age

12902 Magnolia Dr
Tampa, FL 33612

(813) 972-4673

http://www.moffitt.usf.edu

Reviews

4/5

by

i

Great team

Team in Facilities Dept was great, really worked hard together and made it fun. Great location in Tampa Bay and big emphasis on patients.
3/5

by

i

It is not a job, it is a career.

Moffitt is an amazing place to work if you are able to always go above and beyond, if you can put the patient first and can handle having to work overtime at times. I grew up there, and the skills that I learned there have made me into the hardworking individual that I am today. The patients humble you and are amazing. I learned how to assess and address situations in stressful situations.
5/5

by

i

Very calm and peaceful place for patients and employees.

Never typical. I learned patients and families are very important and very stressed and you have to try and be that comfort for them when you are there with them. Never had an issue with management only worked weekends so the nursing supervisor was the person that I would have to go to and they were always on top of things. My co-workers were very good people to work with. Hardest part of the job was at first learning how to enter medication orders. Working for a wonderful Cancer Center.
4/5

by

i

Very productive environment and personally satisfying place to work

I enjoyed my work at Moffitt. Everyone really cared about what they brought to the care for cancer. As a Project Manager II I managed some very exciting projects with great teams of resources.When the opportunity for the position of Change Configuration Manager arose, I immediately applied for it because I thought I would bring value to the new role with my background. I was very happy to receive the promotion and loved the many challenges brought about in this role.Whether working with the clinical or business staff, it was remarkable how everyone was a team together, working towards the cure for cancer.
5/5

by

i

Good teamwork among co-workers. Dedicated professionals.

A typical day at work involved patient assignments, assessment of patients, including reviews of daily labs and recent tests, appropriate nursing interventions, evaluating patient outcomes. Preparing patients for procedures. Drawing frequent labvalues.I learned how to communucate effectively with patients and family members facing life-threatening illnesses.Management allowed for nursing input into important issues concerning patient care. Expected staff to maintain a high level of competency and current body of knowledge.Dedicated professional staff working toward a common goal. Good working relationships with physicians, pharmacists, and case management.The hardest part of the job was dealing with treatment failures, problem-solving for more effective outcomes, handling end-of-life issues (hospice referrals,etc.), and helping patients and their families during the grieving process.The most enjoyable part of the job was observing good patient outcomes (remissions,etc.) and a high level of patient satisfaction with our care.
4/5

by

i

I worked with some great medical assistants who provided a lot of help

I learned a lot from working at Moffitt. I enjoyed working with many of my colleagues in different departments. I truly learned a lot from them.
4/5

by

i

Good Cancer Center

Good location, comfortable season, perfect research environment.

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