CMT/MA (Former Employee) – baltimore, Maryland – April 21, 2014
I love working with people with disabilities and people who are not able to care for themselves it gives me a chance to show a person how good I am at my job and how well I can care for someone. That is what I loved about my job, the people. I learned how to deal with all types of disabilities and characteristics of patients in this field. The hardest part of the job was not having all of the supply's needed to function in the work place also knowing that you come to work everyday and put in extra hours and sometimes coming home without a check, but my patients made it easier knowing that they need me.
working on my own time schedule
having to pay for gas and food when transporting a patient
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Harbor City, CA – September 22, 2013
The Health Care Industry is a career that I would love to stay in, I enjoyed speaking with the patients, on any type or level, whether scheduling a Discipline visit or calling their MD for a referral the pleasure was definitely all mine. I inquired more skills, worked closely with MD;s which is amazing speaking from one health profession to another.
Overall the healthcare industry is the place to be if you have the caring., loving heart for people. However if you don't have the support from Insurance companies, pertaining to authorizations, that part can become really challenging if you are not up for it.
At the end of the day, everyone worked together with 1 goal in mind, the need and care for the patients.