Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL 62062 – March 9, 2016
They employed me PRN when I was attending SIUE. They were always willing to give me hours when I was in need of money. I owe a lot to them. They made me into a better healthcare employee. Management is good and they listened and worked with me when there were issues. The hardest part about my job was developing confidence in my abilities. Patients are sick and reluctant for you to do anything to them. With the developing confidence I have acquired and a comforting personality, I feel like I can talk to any patient.
Patient Access Associate (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – November 6, 2015
I did not enjoy working at Anderson. Typica work day was very stressful and hard. Management did not train you like you were supposed to be trained. The hardest part of the job was being reprimanded for every mistake you made and having no recognition for the good service and skills you provide
Obstetrics Technician (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – March 26, 2015
A typical day at work consist of patient care, teamwork, c-sections, and much more. We work together to make sure our patients are comfortable and pain is manageable. We also have a secure and safe environment for our patients and their babies.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – November 14, 2014
I had the best experiences working at this facility. We worked like a well oiled machine and there was always something different going on. They were always having special days to celebrate their staff. I also liked computer charting. Everyone is very easily kept up to speed on what is going on with each patient. I also liked the fact that we would get a detailed report on every patient at the start of every shift.
Being in an atmosphere with Great Co-workers & Patients
Patient Access Associate (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – October 5, 2014
I worked registration in ER, Radiology, Front Admitting and Lab which includes:
~Registering patients for-ER admitting
~Registering patients for-Radiology, such as CT scans, MRI's, PET scans for (cancer patients) and all X-rays
~Registering patients for-Front Admitting including Cardiology tests, EKG's & Cath Labs & Dr's would call me for direct admits on patients and I would take them up to their room have them sign the papers and give them their copies
~Registering patients for-Lab includes: Any type of blood work ordered from the patients Dr's, urine & drug testing for potential employers.
When registering all of these patients I get their insurance cards, photo ID's and I scan them in the system. I also verified all their information in the system to make sure nothing had changed. I would then print out papers for them to sign and scan those papers as well under their account and give them copies of what they had signed.
Management had changed and they let a lot of us go for unknown reasons and let us file for unemployment.
I got along with all of my co-workers, we just enjoyed working together as a team. If there was a co-worker who had a problem with me I basically continued to be nice and it eventually just stopped on their end.
The hardest part of the job was working in a fast paced environment but I was mature about it and did what I needed to stay up to speed with it.
I enjoyed just about everything, I had always wanted to work in a hospital and my boss at that time was amazing to me. I would have to say seeing the smiles on the patients faces and knowingmore... that I made a difference with my positive attitude was the most rewarding.less
discounted food in the cafeteria for being an employee
Radiology clerk (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – February 12, 2014
A typical work day for me is checking in patients for their tests, doing all paperwork and closing. I have learned a lot of medical situations from working in radiology. We see a lot of patients come in with blood clots so I am familiar with all of the signs and symptoms. I get along with all of my co-workers and all of them are very supportive of one another. I like being able to tell patients that their tests have come back negative and seeing the relief on their face.