Benefits and Healthy Work Environment
Learn about HCA's Benefits and our health work environment. Also use this link to enroll and/or alter your Health Benefits Elections.
Electronic Pay Stub (eStub)
Keep track of your wages and PTO from this helpful site. You can get information 24/7 and paystubs are posted on the Thursday before payday. You can also use this site to enroll in electronic W-2 forms.
The “Facility Scheduler” can be used by employees to access their schedules from home or wherever a computer is available. In order to access the scheduler, your computer must use Internet Explorer version 6.0 or higher. To determine which version you have, open your internet browser, click on Help and then select About Internet Explorer.
Good Government Group
The Good Government Group, GGG, is a grassroots employee organization, made up of HCA staff throughout Florida and we welcome the participation of our friends, family, physicians, and volunteers in helping to improve healthcare in Florida. GGG provides a unique way for all our staff to become informed, involved, and politically active. Learn more about the Good Government Group.
HCA CodeReady is a public site for sharing information with employees, physicians, and the community in the event of a major incident or disaster. In the event of a major emergency, information and advisories regarding disaster response or relief efforts affecting any HCA facilities will be posted for employees, staff, and community members as necessary.
HCA Hope Fund
The HCA Hope Fund is an employee-run, employee-supported 501(c)3 charity. The goal of the HCA Hope Fund is simple: to help HCA employees and their immediate family members who are affected by hardship. This includes disasters, extended illness/injury and other special situations. The fund provides emergency information, referrals and/or financial aid. HCA employees, vendors, affiliated physicians and the general public can make tax-deductible donations to the fund.
Online education for South Bay employees. Access by using your 3/4 ID.
Licensure and Certification
All staff are responsible for providing and maintaining current status on all minimum license, registration, and certification requirements for their positions. Effective January 1, 2010, all new hire and renewal BLS/ACLS training must be obtained from the American Heart Association (AHA). South Bay offers monthly classes to receive or renew competencies at no cost to the employee.
To register for ACLS/BLS/PALS, log on to HealthStream then search, view, and register for a class that best suits your schedule. Class dates are also located on the “Education Calendar” via the Intranet main page however all registration will take place in HealthStream ONLY. Register in advance to avoid last minute issues with space availability. NOTE: It is recommended that you register at least one month in advance prior to your actual certification expiration.
In addition to the live BLS class, an online two (2) part course is also offered. The online BLS course must be completed in the following sequence; Part One (1) can be accessed at home via the AHA website at onlineaha.org and Part Two (2) consists of a scheduled hands-on skills check-off which is offered once a month; registration via HealthStream is required. South Bay Hospital does NOT reimburse for the hands-on AHA certification portion. Your card will not be issued, and you will not be considered active, until you complete both the online course AND the in-person hands-on skills check off.
Visit our section for New Employees which is designed to facilitate and expedite the New Hire experience.
For Employment Verification Contact
Thomas & Thorngren
Office: (615) 242-8246
Fax: (615) 242-5826