hostess (Former Employee) – Rochester, PA – July 31, 2017
I loved my job and responsabilitys, pertaining to my job.I didnt like the nit picking,the long 11 hour shifts,nor the new company that came in to the dietary dept.And the management that came in wanted to hire all part timers and let go of the good and dedicated full timers.
AR specialist (Current Employee) – Beaver, PA – June 17, 2017
A typical day for me is reviewing my weekly denial report. This report consists of office visits or procedures the office posted and billed to the insurance carriers and for one reason or another did not get processed. I review all these denials correct what I can and notify the office to make coding corrections as needed. Management, in my department, is new to physician billing and adjustments are being implemented as needed. Our department had 36 women, all working on different offices and different job performances. Our office was recently combined with hospital billing office of 40 women, and now combined we have approximately 80 women working together to accomplish one goal. The hardest part of my job is the drive. Since the merger of the two offices, my drive is further. The most enjoyable part of my job is the accomplishment of getting my claims paid when the insurances have denied them.
Rad Tech Pre Graduate (Current Employee) – Sewickley, PA – April 6, 2017
A typical day of work consisted of prepping exam rooms for patients and cleaning them after exam completion. Stocking the exam room and charging patient exams were also an everyday part of my job requirements. I became more proficient in the use of RIS/PACS through this job. I also learned how to fill power injectors with contrast agents, and to identify some anatomy on axial views of different parts of the body. I found that I personally had little issue with management. The workplace environment is very friendly. The camaraderie I shared with my coworkers was the most enjoyable part of the job for me. Miscommunication between departments, and the lack of proper staffing, are the hardest parts of the job.
Billing and Coding Specialist (Former Employee) – Beaver, PA – April 6, 2017
manager was interested in providing challenging accounts as I accomplished the daily tasks assigned which helped me grow in knowledge of many types of billing co-workers helpful and provided information on different types of insurance carriers
great opportunity for learning
office was located on windy, hills, which was challenging with the winter roads
Cook (Former Employee) – Beaver, PA – March 17, 2017
No room for advancement despite holding certification. Age discrimination due to my young age(11 year difference). Refusal to accept Return to Work form following FMLA causing loss of employment. Refusal to sign tuition reimbursement within department due to education being out of department.
PACU Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Beaver, PA – February 14, 2017
Work in 14 bed unit with 8 staff members. Daily assigned two pt areas per RN. Average pt load 4-8 pts . We care for inpts as well as out pt population. Work autonomously as well as team at times. Anesthesiologist almost always within view or phone call away when needed quickly. Most days are busy.,Cannot always get assistance but enough autonomy and daily skills to feel productive/valued.
Communications Attendant (Former Employee) – Sewickley, PA – February 1, 2017
After working in Communications department @ HVHS for 16 years over a 22 year period, I am left extremely disappointed in the direction that management has gone. If you want to feel appreciated or respected...this is not the job for you. Hard, efficient work and honesty is not recognized. Policies are not followed and if you point it out, you are painting a target on your back.
Pay and climate control indoor work area.
Shifts, no appreciation or respect, and working with immature grown women that have poor character.
RN (Former Employee) – Beaver, PA – October 28, 2016
Family like environment with staff and physicians Close relationship with patients and families. Hardest part of the job was losing a patient. Most enjoyable part was former patients returning to visit staff,.
Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) – Beaver, PA – August 25, 2016
I learned how to help take care and prep patients who were having a heart cath and open heart surgery and their recovery. A tpical day there is that your assignment consisted of 10-17 patients at times, depending on call offs possibly more on nights! It can be very busy depending on your assignment with admits and discharges?! You also could have many diffent nurses in a days time, espically if you worked a 12hr shift. Also, you could lose your assignment and get pulled to another departmemt on a different floor if they needed help!