gh Stress, High pressure environment with no support from supervisor.
Pros: good salary level and good benefits.
Cons: short lunch break, long hours, high pressure, very critical direct supervisor
Arrive 6:30-7:00 a.m. to 7:00- 10:00 p.m.
No formal training plan or guidelines.
No reference for each doctor's routine orders
Responsible for discharge 20-40 discharges per day, verifying DME. PT, wound care and scheduling next office visit. Faxing records as indicated.
Responsible to admit 20-40 patients per day Obtain preferences for PT, Home Health/Rehab. – more... Determine aftercare available in patients area of residence, that take patient's insurance
Management was not supportive was told on my first day and frequently after that an admin could do the job much cheaper. CFO was direct supervisor.
Enjoyed contact with patients and families and helping them obtain their needs for rehab to return to their previous level or as close to this as possible.
My son was hospitalized at another hospital with had 108 degree temp and was placed in ICU due to unsuccessful in decreasing temp. I notified management the night before that I would not be at work the next day and explained the reason. The temperature decreased to 102 the next afternoon. I returned to work the next day and was criticized by direct supervisor that my son was an adult now and I was not needed at the hospital. – less