Concierge/ Guest Relations (Former Employee), Dallas,TX – December 10, 2014
Created a positive first impression of Children’s through professionalism and service excellence Provided infection control screening questions and provided badges for persons entering the hospital Escorted all patient’s and family members to their correct location Recognized and safeguarded confidential patient information
Medical Coder/Biller (Former Employee), Tucson, AZ – July 9, 2014
Cons: practice downsizing
I loved working here. They trained me for a few weeks and let me go on my own. After a few months of working closely with other coders they then sent me to another location to work on my own. I am positive I would still be there had the practice not had to downsize.
Volunteer (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – July 1, 2014
I used to be a Volunteer at the Children's Medical Center. I gained an unforgettable and important experience while helping with kids of a different age and who had different needs. I was surprised how much a working stuff including doctors, nurses and other workers, cared about patients. I really liked a pleasant environment inside of this amazing – more... hospital and enjoined every single day that I spent there. I would be happy to work at Children's Medical Center again! – less
Some of the executives have a good pulse on the organization while others never leave the comfort of the Purple Palace (c-suite). The majority of middle management does not have a clue how to interact and manage employees so the culture and morale need improvement. The good news is that the clinical staff is excellent and completely committed to patient – more... care, which is what matters the most. Unfortunately, what should matter the most to leadership - the employees - is not a priority at all. – less
Medical Coder (Former Employee), Tucson, AZ – February 24, 2014
Pros: i got experience in what i want to do.
Cons: they had to downsize the practice
This office took a chance with me having NO experience in coding and it was great. I was trained for about 2 weeks and then on my own. There was always someone there for me to go to if I had questions. I loved it. I made some good friends too.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – February 3, 2014
Informed patients and visitors of hospital information, greeted patients and staff members, accepted incoming calls and transferred calls to appropriate persons or department, and validated parking fees
Health Care Worker (Promotora) (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – December 4, 2013
Pros: enjoy what i do.
Cons: long hours
Review and approve the day before's count. Check list of patients in Fast Track and main Emergency room ,to see wht patient's to be assisted first. Make sure there are enough packets of hand outs for the day. Split Pods with coworker. Start going into examining rooms while patients are waiting to be discharged.Educate parents as to how to navigate health – more... plans for assistance. Help parents with all in information needed so as to make a sound judgement on utilizing Emergency room. During down times coordinate and create procedures to implement on how to make our job easier. – less
Medical Assistant/NCT (Former Employee), Dallas TX – October 30, 2013
Pros: able to learn
Cons: couldnt advance
I spent five years at CMC as a medical assistant. While there I was taught how to perform casting and splinting. So well that there were times I was pulled off the MA position to help them. Great, caring people to work for. I left only due to becoming married and having to relocate.
IT Customer Service (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – October 28, 2013
Pros: free parking, pto
Cons: difficult to advance in the company
The management could do more for the employees morale but all in all a great place to be. Many of the employees help each other out, and there is very little animosity in the workplace. It's a very positive space and very laid back. We always learn from each other and give each other constructive criticism when needed.
Working at a call center can – more... get very stressful but it's a good learning experience. Obviously the hardest part of the job is the death of children and to counter balance is the fact that children live.
Childrens is a place that allows you to grow and experience new challenges daily. You get to speak to such great people over the phone regardless of their situation providing them with the highest quality of customer service. You know that you're making life better for children's in a very positive way. – less