fun work space with multiple clients to brighten up your day
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – May 26, 2016
This job was very easy, we would check in patients or direct them to their prospective place. I would interact with the providers and do many task for them to keep busy. i filled paper work and used electronic charting. i would collect co payments from our clientele. There would be times where we had to cover different departments.
1 hr long lunches sometimes they were provided for us
Front desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Hartford, CT – April 26, 2016
I love the new field of work that I do now. I learned so much. I love my Co-workers, easy to work with, we work well as a team. is a fast pace but I enjoyed it. makes the time go so fast. furthermore being around children made your day go even faster
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – July 8, 2015
I learned to depend on my co-workers. The patients were great people. The workers all helped me when i first started.. I also learned how to translate better in spanish. I made friends for forever. I will never forget my job experience..
Challenging work that really makes a difference. Working environment with a strong sense of comraderie,
FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – June 19, 2014
I have worked at Community Health Services for 11 years. It was with great sadness that family issues forced me to make the hard decision to move to another state. But I am grateful to all the support I received at Community Health Services. This organization and its mission enabled me to grow within my profession and gave me the opportunity to meet and collaborated with so many other professionals.The hardest part of the job was leaving and saying goodbye to all my patients and colleagues.
Bureau Chief (Current Employee) – Arlington County Goverment, VA 22204 – March 10, 2014
•Serve on the Division management team and the departmental management team with a budget of $5 million for health care operation comprised; Family Planning, Maternity Care, Immunization, Child Health Medical Case Management, Maternal-Child Nutrition and Dental •Directly Supervise the HIV/AIDS & Sexually Transmitted Infection Program and the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). •Directly responsibility for a total staff of 46. •The Community Health Services Bureau Chief works closely with the Health Director/Division Chief, Assistant Division Chief and bureau Staff to: Continually Assess Public Health needs in Arlington; Create, monitor and analyze outcomes performance measures for programs and to perform regular program reviews; Evaluate programs to ensure consistency with federal, state and local guidelines, including budget limitations; Develop and maintain a multi-disciplinary staffing pattern to meet shifting program needs; Oversee short and long-range planning for bureau programs; and, Participate in emergency preparedness & response activities.
Medical Assistant/Secretary (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – February 5, 2013
Community Health Services gave me the opportunity to work one on one with patients and gave me a chance to grow and learn in my carrer. I started working as a medical receptionist had the chace to learn how to process all types private insurances. At CHS i moved up to work as a medical assistant woking with patients very exciting to be able to assist the provider with procedures,process specimen.Workin with my co-workers was a wonderful experience great work ethic and great team atmosphere.
Great place to serve the local community a company that provides healthcare to under poverty level community. I loved the job & the patients but management was poor in several departments. I hear the have cleaned up & new management has taken over. I would work at CHS again.
Productive community service is the most satisfying thing mentally and physically
Pediatrician (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – August 7, 2012
Typical day started with Hospital rounds, most regular people with illnesses requiring customary care, some with illnesses complicated by environmental and social problems unique to the society. Poverty is not a matter of Dollars and Cents. Poverty causing specific stresses creates a society needing empathy in addition to techniques of regular medical care unique to the society. Management in 1980s and 1990s was by Physicians focusing mostly on up to date Healthcare. After 2000 Bureacracy changed Urban Healthcare into a Business where Dollars and Cents became important. The co-workers consisted of Physicians with same ideals, mingling with staff recruited from the community infusing local values and customs creating a mixture most enjoyable and pleasing. Hardest part was compensation for the work done. The most enjoyable part was when a satisfied Parent says Thank you, most heartfelt and sincere when no other accolades were expected nor received.