Pros: great benefits, top-notch hospital, good values
Cons: low (1 or 2%) annual merit increases for above-average employees
I served as the first point of contact for executive-level complaints from patients, nurses, and physicians. I was also instrumental in training new hires and existing employees on new policies, programs, and services. Executive liaison to scheduling, registration, patient accounting, business office, and patient access.
I learned a great deal by working – more... closely with the Foundation with regards to event planning and reaching out to major donors and other patrons of the hospital system.
I had the best co-workers. They taught me everything I needed to know and more. They consistently exceeding my expectations.
Hardest part of my job was dealing with irate physicians, but I did it with compassion and integrity, reassuring them I would resolve their issue(s).
The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting so many people from all over the world, different cultures, and ethnicities. I am a born problem solver, and I'm never happier when I can solve a problem or issue for someone. – less