Service Associate (Former Employee), Bronx, NY – May 12, 2013
a typical day would consist of a ot of running around delivering and picking up medical records. I learned how to sort medical records. The management is great supervisors and other employees work well with each other in a respectful and professional manner.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee), Bronx, NY – January 13, 2013
Pros: nice co-workers
Cons: unorganized paperwork
Filing papers and making sure patients names and persriptions were in order. Managers were very honest and respectful and always hoped for the best when completing assignments. Co-workers were very polite and cooperated very well with others including me.
Wonderful place to work and grow friendships and professional relationships and experience
Clerical Associate (Current Employee), Bronx, NY – November 11, 2012
Pros: free lunch
Cons: repetitive task much of the day
I greet all staff members and go into my office and pick up where I left off the previous work day. I speak to the patients that come in or call and answer any questions or concerns regarding the company
Project Leader - Health Information Technology (Former Employee), Queens, NY – October 8, 2012
Overwhelmed, the IT Director during my working period was not cooperative, but the CEO,CFO and COO was very cooperative, based on her attitude I suffered as an employee, the only good days was her vacation days. I mastered being creative and developed work ethics that kept me interactive with developing other departments to utilize the Financial Systems – more... efficiently. – less
Medical Transcriptionist/Coordinator (Former Employee), Bronx, NY – September 4, 2012
Pros: everyone looked forward to my department's christmas party each year.
Cons: no room for advancement
I simply enjoyed working at this hospital because I had my own space, my boss and supervisor were always peaceful and in good spirits. They were warm and kind and never created any unnecessary stress or drama. I learned a lot about interacting with the public, especially sick people. The hardest part of my job was to see the clients suffering from their – more... ailments, but we comforted them as best as we could while they were in our care. I enjoyed the overall atmosphere and attitude of everyone who worked within the facility. – less