Fun place to work, very productive and friendly environment
Clinical Laboratory Assistant (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – August 23, 2014
A great place to work, Co-workers are fun, friendly and worked as a TEAM. Management is very supportive and always there to help. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with people who shares the same passion, so work is fun and less stressful.
great health care benefits, friendly co-workers, good compensation
Productive and fun to work directly with the Program Manager
Volunteer Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – June 28, 2016
The Program Manager asked me for my input to re-organizing the department and used my input to report to our Director. It was amazing working here! I'm sad that I could not become a permanent employee.
Working together as a team to achieve a desired goal
Medical Administrative Assistant (Intern) (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – June 10, 2016
The various places I have worked have been in a professional office environment where I performed various administrative duties. A typical day will include, screening phone calls, filing, data entering, maintaining clients electronic and manual records. I am just completing a 3 month internship as a medical administrative assistant, where i received a lot of training and gained a lot of experience specifically using EPIC, a well known patient management software. I am an outgoing, friendly, multilingual person who is able to build a rapport with my co-workers, managers and customers in a multicultural setting.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – San Ramon, CA – May 23, 2016
I worked in a physician office which was also an urgent care, so office hours varied from early morning to evening and weekends. Patients would already be lined up at the door before we opened and I had to make sure that they were registered and roomed in prep for the doctor. I had to triage patient's chief complaints and direct them to the appropriate facility if our doctors were not able to see them.I was the referral specialist and had to maintain authorization from patient's insurances before referring them to a specialist per our doctors request. My co-workers were fun and supportive, and we all felt confident in our work performance and management. We constantly had pharmaceutical reps come in and learned a lot about the prescriptions that we prescribed and offered to patients. The hardest part of this job was turning away patients that our practice could not help them with. The most enjoyable part of my job was developing relationships with patients. They knew that they could rely on our practice and always came back to us.
definitely free lunches daily from pharmaceutical reps, fun and supportive co-workers, room for growth and progress
upset patients of their expectations of our clinic for treatment
good job with excellent benefits and a great teaching ground
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – May 18, 2016
a typical day at work is me waxing and stripping floors.ive learned how to strip and wax a floor useing various waxes and i learned a skill that i will possess for the rest of my life.my immediate manager was the guy who took the time to show me how to wax properly and in doing so i was saving the department thousands of dollars sothey wouldd not have to have contractors come in a wax so he taught me this skill and over the years i perfected it. i was able to learn from my mistakes and keep my bosses happy with the quallity of work i was produceing.the hardest part of the job was that i had to do it all by my self.i would set up by myself ,wax by myself, and clean up the mess by myself, however i was the only employee out of 150 employees who took on the challenge of waxing and stripping because it was a very physical job.but the smiles on my bosses face when i made that floor shine made it all worth it.the most enjoyable part of the job is the thanks and gratitude i'd get when i turn an awful floor into and awesome floor.i was turning floors into mirrors by makeing them shine so hard.
learned a skill and perfected it, and it will be with me for life
no breaks on some days just to get floor done in a timely manner
Information System Analyst (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – December 17, 2015
Multitasking all day between projects, Production support and administrative duties. Learned how to best mange my time and prioritize my work. Created ADHOC reports to management on the financial data Hardest part is to able to complete all the task in hand and in time The most enjoyable part was the team and the people I worked with. Thy are smart and fun to work with
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – October 19, 2015
I love being a phlebotomist/Lab assistant. Each day was a new challenge to me. New patients constantly challenged me to meet each individual's expectations, and to me, that was the most fun part of my day. I miss working with exceptional team members and I look forward to to getting back into the fray.
Senior Project Manager (contract) (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – July 20, 2015
I found many pro's and con's. Pro's - lots of smart technical team members. Hours are reasonable for most. Some seem to work a lot of overtime. I didn't. Con's - Technical Operations didn't get enough support from executives, i.e. needed more team members to complete work.
Professional, lots of smart technical team members
Would like more collaboration between department managers
your work experience depends on your department mgmt
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – June 2, 2015
I did not have a great experience at John Muir. Like a lot of hospitals, they rely on per diem employees to carry the workload without having to pay them benefits. Working 40 hours a week with no benefits, alongside full time employees doing the same job WITH benefits. Frustrating to say the least. And while there are happy employees at John Muir, none of them worked in my department. I've never worked anywhere else with so many stressed out, unhappy, frustrated employees. Finally left for a job with benefits and respect.
Phlebotomist II (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – December 21, 2014
Phlebotomy, collecting sputum, stool, urine, specimen processing, providing excellent customer service,solved problems, took care of irate patients and complaintsl, assist in updating policy and procedure manuals, involved on work committee, new employee training, for 3 Out Patient Service Centers