Peninsula Hospital

3/5
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Peninsula Hospital

Details

Number of Beds 100
Walkthrough State NO
Compact State YES
State License Fee $115
License Wait Time 4-6 weeks
Temporary License $0
License Website health.state.tn.us/Boards/Nursing/i
State Hourly $29.16 (non-traveler)
State Annual $57,840 (non-traveler)
National Hourly $33.23
National Annual $69,110
County

Blount

Population
105,823
Rent-Studio
$535
1 Bedroom
$622
2 Bedrooms
$749
Singles info
Temperature info
Homes with children
City

Louisville

Population
0
Homicides (per 10,000)
0
Rapes (per 10,000)
0
Assaults (per 10,000)
0
Robberies (per 10,000)
0
Average commute times
Average age

2347 Jones Bend Rd
Louisville, TN 37777

(865) 970-9800

Reviews

4/5

by

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fun workplace

Clean waxing floor and do Maintenance workI leamed to be part of the teamI leamed new skills at this jobBe part of my co-worker teamFinshing job on timeWorking with my co-workers
5/5

by

i

knowledgeable, Kind, and courteous staff

i enjoyed working with all of the staff, and associates. we all got along well together.
3/5

by

i

Loved working with my coworkers

Had great coworkers. Pay was not very good. Management was good
3/5

by

i

good work culture

very busy caring for patients on ventilator and requiring medical surgical care
3/5

by

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Recent changes

The new management is struggling to promote patient centered care.
4/5

by

i

very fast paced

it was something different everyday. going in and helping people at their lowest point and then watch them succeed in life was a great feeling
4/5

by

i

Productive and staff is like a family.

It was a great first hospital job experience. I loved to see the patients come in from a motor vehicle accident, unable to walk or speak properly ,and after receiving weeks of therapy and medication, are able to leave the hospital walking with minimal assistance. And they are able to speak much better too. I learned to be independant with care. I learned how to communicate with other disciplines and the patients family. The hardest part is supervising the ancillary staff who sometimes feel they can do whatever they want when they are ready to do something.
4/5

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see below

I worked with the Hospital for 31 years and it was a pleasure to have worked with the interns, students, doctors,nurses, supervisors, lab techs,environmental& Nursing assistants. We were a Family who worked together for the benefit and good of a community.The closure of the facility had broken not only the hearts of the employees but of patients whom we had known from different generations.We fought hard. We lost the fight against a system that we can't understand but we keep our head up and spirits high because we knew that we did our best.

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