Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Employee Reviews
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Respiratory Student Clinical Experience
Clinical Experience (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 11, 2016
I learned a lot while a student observing at CHOP. They are one of the best in the nation and they show why they are. I would definitely recommend during a pediatric rotation there. I enjoyed my clinical experience there. I would love to work there one day hopefully.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 13, 2015
Typical day starts with a small cup of coffee. Then I'll log onto my computer, clear out the batch from the day before. Patients typically start arriving at 730am. At times it's bust and then there are times where there is only 40 people on the schedule. Smooth day is someone who comes into the office with all the correct information/documents. Hectic day is when someone comes in and we don't accept there insurance.
Hour Lunch, Beautiful scenary, plenty of places to chose from for lunch.
Project Buyer (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 27, 2015
Because I work with a group of well informed individuals who mission is to work together to get things done for the children at the hospital, it makes my job enjoyable. When the goal is to get the product to the patient and/or hospital you learn to make quick, knowledgeable, and detailed decisions.
Cook 3 (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 26, 2015
A typical day at work is mostly enjoyable. The co-workers care about one another and so does the Management staff.The hardest part of the job is rush time but hey, I am at work and it gives me a great feeling to make someone happy.Customer satisfaction is the most enjoyable part!
Systems Analyst (EPIC) (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 24, 2015
Certified in Epic Clinical Documentation, ASAP, and Clarity Inpatient Fundamentals with a BS degree in Computer Information Systems and a build experience with Epic ASAP and Clindoc applications, is seeking an opportunity as an Epic Analyst.
Specialized in creating user requirements and configure the build according to the user requirements. • Participated in Content Validation Sessions. • Data Migration through Data courier. • Workflows knowledges in Epic inpatient and outpatient applications such as ADT/Prelude, Cadence, Ambulatory, Radiant, Willow, ASAP,Meaningful Use etc. • Experienced in building test cases in order to test the builds in Dev and Test environments. • Hands-on ability to contribute individually and in a team environment.
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 7, 2015
I was never given the opportunity to break through a glass ceiling even though I had obtained a bachelors degree and have been a great employee while working there. My employer was fine with letting me leave even though thye knew I was a great employee. You would think they would want to keep those kind of employees.
Registered Nurse NICU (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 5, 2015
Work days were busy 12 hrs with highly acute patient. I learned a lot of clinical skills. The management was very helpful most of the time. All of my co-workers were very helpful. The hardest part for me was dealing with multiple acute patient. The most enjoyable part of the job was trying to improve the outcome for the patients.
Paid was good, co-worker were great and very helpful
Clinical Nurse II (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 2, 2015
Prior to every shirt there was a routine safety huddle; this was always great. There was always a resource nurse and charge nurse, as well as nursing aids. The coworkers were great. The hardest part of the job was working nights.
opportunity for professional development and growth.
Children's hospital of Philadelphia is the Number 1 in the nation for the past 10 years'
Certified Pharmacy Technician II (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 2, 2015
It was a privilege for me to work at CHOP for the past 10 years. At a typical day at work I had worked with a diversity of people and a management that supported their employee's and do everything to keep our patient's safe. I learned almost all of my job responsibilities are from CHOP. I enjoyed working at CHOP because it's challenging and also fun at the same time.
medical coder (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 27, 2015
compile, abstract and maintain patient medical records. Report any coding issues to the physicians. Very good relationship with co-workers and management! The hardest part of the job was educating the physicians!
Level II Clinical Nurse (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 24, 2015
Work in a fast pace busy ER. Years of ER nursing learned how to prioritize my assignment when time matters and delegate task when I need assists. Patient satisfaction is very important to me. I do my best to help with patient flow and communication of plan of care with patient and families. Enjoy working with my coworkers. Great team work caring for sick patients. Management is nice. But I have found that with there being over 100 RN in my department, a lot of good things I do to help the unit and my team get over looked. The hardest part of my job is the distance between home and work. Long commute + busy fast pace 12hr day= one exhausted RN.