Claims Specialist (Current Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – July 6, 2016
First thing print out report for the interest rate, up date the system accordingly, print out the pending report, analyst why it pended and fix it so it runs in the next cycle. Analyze the Supplemental Claims that are received each day. Decide whether to pay the additional interest or to deny it. Work the Adjudication manager sheets to fix the interest rate that is incorrect in the claim. Answer the Lender emails with questions. Assist the adjudicators with any question they might have. The day goes fast because of so much work that needs to be done. Each day I learn more about the processes and the Federal Government guidelines. My co-workers are for the most part a good team to work with. The hardest part of my Job is not when there is lack of communication between departments. The most enjoyable part is when we are under pressure and we all pull together to complete the task at hand.
Collections Representative (Current Employee) – Mather, CA – June 28, 2016
ECMC, is a good company to work for if your looking to work and be compensated for your work but no room for advancement and to no room for career growth within the company there aren't a lot of opportunity to move around within the company.
Trauma Rehab RN (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – July 8, 2016
Worked in trauma rehab at ECMC. This job has you on your feet all shift. Coworkers and Management were great to work for, and provided support when needed. Enjoyable part of my job was watching patients come to the unit and after months of rehab be able to go home after all the hard work that they had done.
Loved work schedule- one late night and one weekend out of the month. Very flexible with days off and making up hours. Management wasn't the greatest though. They favored some workers & it was very noticeable to everyone. They didn't coach on what you could do better and help you with techniques. When letting go workers, they didn't notify them ahead, they just pull you aside and let you go there and then. Then they send your belongings to you, which isn't even everything either!
Great, fun, very helpful co workers. Own desk space. 45 min lunch and two 15 paid breaks.
Incentives were too competitive, QA was too strict, coaching wasn't the greatest. Managers favored some workers.
Patient Access Services Representative (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 27, 2016
This place can be a challenging work environment depending on what department you work in. Patient Access is not the best department to work in so I would run away if I were you. None of the managers are educated and they do not know how to handle employees or solve issues in a timely manner. They are not good at problem solving either. This is the worse job that I have ever had. They are unfair and show favoritism to who they like. This department is very unorganized. I am happy that I am in college because one day I want to be a manager and I want to learn more on how to problem solve....etc. Jealousy PLAGUES this department so if you do happen to get a job there, do not tell anyone your accomplishments or that you are about to finish school because most of them are miserable and are unhappy with their own lives so they will try to make yours the same way. Misery always loves company. The ER registration is the worst, do not go there because you will definitely not like it. Trust me, I cannot make this stuff up! I hope to save someone from applying to this department.
Short breaks, clueless managers, terrible co-workers, management does not have your best interest at heart
Productive great place to work and grow excellent patient care
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – October 2, 2015
All around great experience great teamwork supplies on demand great patient involvement learned clinical skills, technology, how to operate lifts while following standard precautions. Great co workers, caring compassionate, and, helpful. Improving my time management working meeting new people, learning and new experiences.
Representative (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – February 9, 2013
As soon as you sit at your area, you start calling people to try & get them to pay on there loan in default. They have no sick days & after getting 14 points you can be released. You can get points by show up late to work & from lunch. No reason but being in the hopsital will stop you from getting points. Each month you have to reach the quota or you start with a verbal warning, written & then released no mater what if 3 months in a row you didn't meet quota. You do receive vacation but you better be able to reach quota before or after your return & your quota is not lowered for any reasons after you get past your 90 days. Seen employees who had been there over 7 years get released for points or quota
RETENTION SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – July 7, 2015
typical consists of assisting students that have defaulted student loans and trying to assist them in getting out of default so they can get additional federal student loans to complete there education, its great to help students get out of default there is a sense of relief that comes with helping them, the hardest part is when yu cant help them, the best part is working with some amazing employees that are caring and fun
An autonomous position that required excellent, fast data entry
Associate Electronic Processor (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – December 2, 2013
This job required a security clearance because it dealt with default student loan documents. It was a production environment that could be stressful. Evaluations were strictly governed with little room for exceptions. The work was very routine. The best part of the job was the permission to use headphones with radios/CD players for music as we worked. Job security was always a concern as they were a new office that was NOT set to remain. Company left area shortly after being hired.
Licensed Practical Nurse - Behavioral Health (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 14, 2013
I had great co-workers on my shift we preformed well as a team. My unit manager was good and very supportive, she gave great insight, and was helpful to new nurse's helping them to develop new skills. Working in Behavioral Health is very challenging as well as very rewarding. The hardest part of the job was working in a system that is broken.
free health insurance
low pay (lpn's barely make more than housekeepers), work to many weekends, poor management by hr
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – buffalo, ny – October 18, 2014
I loved working for ECMC & even my every short time at County. Always makes you feel welcome, professional staff, first place I recommend to my to friends to work or to go to be seen! Love their charting system, I can not compliment on the staff enough with how it becomes like a second family, always helpful wanting you to exceed & great w teaching new staff.
ECMC was a great first hopital to work at, it is filled with so many great opportunitys.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 23, 2014
ECMC was my first job as a registered nurse, I learned so much about team work and how to manage multiple duties and get the job done. I was very lucky with the managers I had while working there they were all so willing to show me anything I did not know or had not seen. Working on the Head Trauma and Spinal Cord Injury floor I had patients for long periods of time it was very rewarding to watch them relearn and grow. What was the most difficult for me was when parents could not let the children go, caring for young children with out brain function was difficult for me.