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Responsible for the printing, submitting and filing of patients’ radiology reports.
File Room Clerk (Former Employee), Cortlandt Manor, NYJuly 8, 2013
I answered phones, worked alongside the radiologists and doctors, printed x-rays and reports, filed patients’ confidential folders and utilized various computer programs.
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Good job, not enough hours
Food Service Worker (Current Employee), Cortland, NYMay 21, 2013
Pros: free meals
Good place to work. Work friendly environment. Good co workers
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summer program
Summer Youth Program (Former Employee), NYJanuary 2, 2013
Pros: learning experience
Fun learning experience if you decide to be in the medical field
Great leaders
Great stepping stone
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Productive work enviornment, patient care experience
Physical Therapist Aide/Receptionist (Former Employee), Cortlandt Manor, NYApril 6, 2012
Pros: great benifits, holiday parties, bbqs, friendly work environment
Cons: short breaks/no breaks
Announcing patients to the designated therapist, and escorting them to their room. Assisting with any tasks assigned to the patients, and keeping the work environment clean and tidy. Working closely with patients made me realize how much I wanted to go in patient care services. Taking care of a patient as a whole, and listening to their concerns made – more... me want to continue my education. Co-workers became my mentors, which consisted of Physical Therapists. They gave me great advice, reviewed and educated me about their delivery of patient care. The hardest part of the job was the fact that I was the only Physical Therapy Aide, for 10-12 Physical Therapists, and 2-3 Occupational Therapist. Each therapist sometimes had 2-3 patients at one hour, which made it hard for me to announce them when they came in and place them in their rooms. The most enjoyable and rewarding part of the job was helping patients with their care and recovery of their injury. – less