Nurse Tech/Nurse Technician (Former Employee), West Islip, New York – November 28, 2013
I am a New Hire less then a month. To be exact I have been here at Good Samaritan 19 days. I do like the way managment handled my employment. It has been professional from the day I was called in for a interview from the time I started working here even up to yesterday November 27, 2013
Medical Records Clerk lI (Former Employee), West Islip, NY – September 21, 2013
Pros: laid back atmosphere
As an employee of Good Samaritan hospital, I learned how to multi task several situations at once. For example, you may be assigned to assemble charts for the day, but be required to pull charts, speak with new parents and obtain their background information, in addition to your coworkers asking questions and assisting patients that come in to request – more... health information. Because I learned how to handle multiple situations at once, it resulted in exceptional organization skills, customer service presentation, and enjoyment of a fast pace, stressful atmosphere. At the end of the day,management and the workers always worked hand in hand to accomplish the tasks of the day. – less
Thoroughly enjoyed working as a medical transcriptionist.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee), West Islip, NY – June 24, 2013
I was very blessed working at Good Samaritian Hospital. After working as an in-house transcriptionist from June 2004-June 2007, I was given the opportunity to be a remote transcriptionist and work for them from home from September 2007- February 2012 where upon I returned to working as an in-house transcriptionist from February 2012-November 2012.
Secretary/Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee), West Islip, NY – May 17, 2013
My main function was to ensure that interns and residents were compliant and give feedback to the Director. I learned that residents are very driven people, so our doctors The Director were several different hats; she did her job very well My co-workers had different responsibilites than I and as a team we kept the office, residents and management happy – more... with our performance Preparing for graduation of the residents Seeing the interns and residents fulfill their dreams – less
Registered Nurse (Medical/Surgical/Telemetry) (Current Employee), West Islip, NY – February 5, 2013
I've worked at Good Samaritan Hospital for quite some time. I believe that my immediate co-workers take pride in working as a team. There has been some shift in management. I've developed articulate assessment skills and the ability to intervene during critical situations.
Clerk 2 Data Entry (Current Employee), West Islip, NY – August 29, 2012
Pros: benefits, healthcare
Cons: short staffed, hiring freezes
A typical work day is very busy; with answering phones, typing data into the computer, pulling and filing charts, and correcting billing information. I've learned many different computer software programs and how to properly handle medical information. Management has been very helpful with my advancement through the department and are willing to help – more... with any problems I may face. My co-workers and I work well together. The hardest part of my job is keeping up with the high quantity of work on certain days. The most enjoyable part of the job is when I am able to leave with all my work in for the day. – less
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), West Islip, NY – April 6, 2012
Pros: benefits are very good at the hospital.
Cons: everyone feels that their pay should be different.
A typical day at work for me at Good Samaritan Hospital is gather data from all the units and reporting this data to senior management. My Excel computer skills have improved a great deal since I started working for the hospital. The hardest part of my job is the fact that the data I am receiving most make complete and accurate. If this data is not – more... complete and accurate the rest of the data will not be finished. – less