Thank you for your question, and prompt reply. I'll do my best to provide a complete and accurate answer. If you need further clarification please do not hesitate to ask me.
As an employee, your deductions are much more limited, unfortunately. You would generally not be entitled to any additional deductions over what you were previously taking as a full-time employee. Self-employed individuals (i.e. not an employee) have more options on what business expenses they can deduct.
That said, there are still some things to consider. If you've lost health benefits and must pay out of pocket now, you will need to include this cost on your Schedule A (itemized deductions). The deduction is limited but still include it in calculating your tax return. Additionally, if you travel to more than one facility in a day, you can take a deduction for the unreimbursed travel expense between the two facilities. The standard mileage rate is currently about 55 cents per mile so this can add up. Commuting costs are not allowed, so this would only apply if you travel to multiple job locations in a day. Keep a mileage log if this is the case.
All-in-all, your tax return will not be much different than it was previously. You will just have multiple W-2's now that you are employed by several facilities instead of one full-time employer.
I hope this helps and again, please don't hesitate to ask if you need further clarification.