Loved coworkers and staff, unfortunately management within department are below standards for a #1 trauma hospital
Interpreter (Former Employee) – Springdale, MA – January 11, 2017
I love the work I do and spent 6 years working there. The still have same issues that existed when I left. The only consistency id the Manager of department. Has several settled law suits against him and for whatever reason is still there.
TA / Phlebotomist / EKG / Patient Care (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – January 6, 2017
I started on the cardiac floor and enjoyed working with the patients. drawing blood. assisting the nurses and doctors with procedures. I then started with EKG .I loved working with people. the hardest part was having to see someone code.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Greenfield, MA – January 2, 2017
Great place to work, but I understand the benefits have lessened over the years. Hospital has been making many transitions as of late and it makes people feel insecure and unstable about their positions.
Overall, the employees are great, and the benefits are fair.
Practice Service Representative (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – December 29, 2016
Typical day at work you work hard put your all into your performance check in and check out patient verify there information that is given, collect co payments from patients before the visit. I have learn to listen to your patients as their needs come first. I manage all my work and time I am a very hard working and a very well at multi tasking and I dedicate all my time in what I need to do. I work well with my co-workers were able to communicate. The hardest part of the job is when you can not please your patients. And the most enjoyable part is when you can make a patient smile and be happy.
Patient Care Technician/Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – December 1, 2016
I have been working for Baystate Medical Center for 3 years and I absolutely love it. Everyone here has treated me with respect. My work environment is very busy but we all work together to make our shift as smooth as possible.
Supervisor very professional and understanding of her staff.
Correctional HIV Case Manager (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA 01109 – November 20, 2016
I worked at a correctional facility providing counseling and case management to HIV positive clients. I found the job to be rewarding and interesting, meaning that I learned a great deal about hiv and the reality of the disease. My supervisor was very fair and understanding and went to bat for her staff. She was also very understanding and sensitive with the clients. Overall I rete this job as one of the best jobs I have ever had.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – November 18, 2016
Working here for over ten years has gained me many life long friends and a learning experience that I can take with me to other fields of work. Staff was supportive and management was understanding and great at solving internal issues.
Talent Acquisition-Sourcing Specialist (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – November 17, 2016
It was very good place to work but no place for advancement. Again, great people who I worked with at Adecco. They decided to close up a local office and I didn't want to commute to Wallingford, CT everyday.
Professional Organization focused on continuing education and many opportunities to grow.
Staff Nurse, Pediatric Intensive Care Nurse (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – November 13, 2016
Responsible for management of clinical staff. Serve on the leadership team daily. Collaborate with attending physicians, residents, nurses, medical assistants and patient service representatives. Responsible for staff schedules, development and clinical orientations during on boarding process.
Serve a challenging, high risk population with many needs during every encounter. Dedicated team!
Education Coordinator (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – September 29, 2016
A typical day at work would be scheduling 10 doctors for interview season. Helping selected applicants through the licensing and visa process. Meetings with other departments and Tufts University. Answering emails to different department staff for the Psychiatry Residency Program. Collecting and organizing evaluations of the residents performance with a software program. Training clinicians and doctors in evaluation program. Taking minutes for committee meetings with the Department Chair and Program Director.