Release of Information Technician (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – September 6, 2017
I did enjoy working with the public and working with many co-workers as well. It was fast paced at times and hectic. I learned how to be efficient and professional when it came to confidentiality. I plan to work in this similar field.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – August 16, 2017
Change name boards during shift change, patient report information, Bathe and dress patients, vital signs, serve meal and assist patient with meals, turn and reposition patients who are bedridden, provide and empty bedpan or catheter, lift patients onto bed to wheel chair or chair, take blood sugar, change bedsheets and restock rooms with necessary supplies, answer work phone calls, update patient report sheet.
Outpatient Coding Specialist (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – June 2, 2017
I did like working at ANTHC however, they are not forgiving of life and or family situations. They had a crazy point system that did not have consideration for weather, deaths in the family, etc, If you're late, you're late, it doesn't matter the reason.
zero tolerance ofbeing tardy or missing work due to weather or life situations
Care Coordination Agent (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – February 1, 2017
A hard-working position A daily workload includes checking in and out patients assisting patients as needed making sure patients have the right transportation to arrive at their appointments providing meal cards and taxi vouchers also issuing hotel stays at outside locations if none are available on campus
Biomedical Equipment Repair Specialist (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – January 18, 2017
I was able to do field service throughout the entire state of Alaska fo many years. I was able to attend several vendor training schols and learned a lot. Management was typical for any large corporation but i would give it high marks. I worked with great people and made friends for life.
Coder (Former Employee) – Anchorage – January 15, 2017
There may be departments that are well managed where a person will thrive, learn, and grow in their career. Or, depending on the supervisor you might very well be belittled, condescended, and criticisized. Management will cover for management. Those not in supervisory positions will be told, in a very professional manner of course, their feelings don't matter. Management will ask for ideas and suggestions then use them as their own. PTO will be denied. If it's not denied, you will be made to feel that it is a HUGE inconvenience to even request a day off. You will accrue "points" for calling in sick or being late. If you go to HR with an issue about management, HR will go directly back to your supervisor with your complaint. There is no such thing as anonymous reporting. No such thing as no retaliation. Working under certain managerial departments will cause extreme stress.
Case Manager Assistant (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – January 13, 2017
The management team was extremely helpful, supportive, and structured. When I completely my daily tasks, I was able to ask the management team to give me a lead on weekly or monthly tasks for our team.
Cstomer Experience Specialist (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – January 9, 2017
Working at the hospital gives you a lot of positive exposure to the many different fields within ANMC. Its a new day every day and at the end of each day you never have the same story and you learn something new.
You might get yelled at from a visitor or patient due to their AMS.
Assigned as triage nurse (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – December 25, 2016
Travel Nurse working across the country, I am highly skilled in emergency medicine along with critical care nursing to trauma. I am independently strong in my work; however, I get along great with team members and am first to help any collegue out in any situtation and always looking to improve my knowledge and education in the healthcare field to increase my patients outcome and personal skills.