DJ (Current Employee) – Hollywood, FL – February 6, 2016
The company goes out of its way to get the job done and help there employees in any which way they can.They will teach you and show step by step how how things get done right. Great company to work for.
SECRETARY I (Former Employee) – Oak Lawn, IL 60463 – June 23, 2015
Medical records, ordering supplies, putting charts together, working with management for the unit, meetings. Everyone is helpful and loved helping me get everything organized. Loved coming to work and always a happy place. Helping patients and families to get whatever is needed.
Productive workplace ,all the time busy,we have many patients mainly with peripheral neuropathy
R.NCS.T ,technologist./QST technologist/QSWET (Current Employee) – New York,NY – July 31, 2014
My day at work starts at 8.30 Usually we have many patients,sometimes coming for second opinion because the doctors are great with experience in this field .I'm doing NCS the first part of EMG test stimulating the nerves with electricity to find if there is any damage of the nerves,very often we are helping the doctors they to do skin biopsy,also very often I'm doing QSWEAT test to reveal autonomic neuropathy or R-R study of the heart also to r/o this kind of neuropathy.Between the patients we are scanning the reports or prior medical records in order everything to be on the system !
no free lunch
we have an hour lunch, but sometimes we are busy and it is shorter
Clinical Technician (Former Employee) – rochester ny – April 7, 2015
A typical work day consisted of cleaning, preparing, stocking exam rooms for the day. Assigning residents and fellows to specific patients. Bring patients back to the exam room, and take a brief history and examination. Explain the testing to the patient, then perform electrodiagnostic testing. Bring results to attending physician and review the patient. Assisted attending physician with the rest of the testing. Prepared a preliminary report. My job was all on the job training. I researched and read text books and took and passed a national board exam to become a registered nerve conduction technician. My co-workers were amazing people to work with. Always willing to take time to teach. Alot of the physicians i worked with are known around the country so alot of our patients came from all over the country. The hardest part of the job was giving some of our patients grim diagnosis. To tell them they had weeks to months to live and there wasn't a drug or treatment that could help them. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the patients. Being able to help them and give them answers to their pain, and discomfort. Meeting patients with diseases and disabilities made you put your life into perspective. It was nice at the end of the day to be able to say that you helped someone today.