A busy place to work, servicing the men and women who serviced all of us.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee), Weston, FL – January 10, 2014
Pros: when i have work i enjoy every part of my day.
Cons: working for an agency i don't always have work.
The company is a contract agency. They only send me to the Veterans Affair Medical Center. When they don't need me I don't work. Service the Veterans by logging them in at the front desk on the computer,then drawing their blood. Answering the phone. Calming an upset patient by listening to them and taking care of their situation; by calling someone – more... to help them, or taking care of the problem. We all work as a team, if one person needs help we are willing to help them. The management team is always there to give support and answer any question that we may have. The hardest part of the job is standing most of the day. The most enjoyable part is servicing the men and women who have serviced us. – less
On site utilization review Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Weston, FL – December 2, 2013
Pros: i did not have to sit in an office and i worked at my own pace.
Cons: long work hours and low pay.
A typical day started at home preparing to meet the expectations of the workload by first obtaining patient information about the number of patients at various hospitals. Drive to the locations and collaborate with case managers, gather information to relate to the medical directors for appropriateness for hospitalization or continued care. Reported – more... to medical directors in reference to information obtained about the hospitalizations. Prepare denials, make referrals and data entry. – less
Student Government Women & Gender Issues Assistant (Current Employee), Boston, MA – August 27, 2012
As a Women & Gender Issues Assistant the goals of the Gay Leadership Counsel are to address issues on campus that transect with both gender & sexuality. This position allows me to gain leadership, planning, coordinating & management skills.