Johnson Memorial Hospital was a great place to work with wonderful people who cared.
Manager IT (Former Employee) – Information Technology – September 27, 2016
Many changes have happened in the last few years with all of the changes in heath care. Johnson Memorial was purchased by SFC/Trinity Health New England and many positions and departments have been eliminated or combined with departments at the larger sites.
The campus is beautiful and the people are wonderful.
Every day is a new adventure legacy systems are running on old platforms and need a lot of intervention. A typical day could be one where the network was down for hours. I have learned to be flexible, persistent
Coding Technician (Current Employee) – Franklin, IN – August 19, 2014
A typical work day consists of coding all different kinds of charts all day long. I also audit charts as I go along by crediting charges as warranted by the documentation. I code Radiology, Laboratory, Emergency room visits, Wound, Oncology, Therapy, Surgery, Maternity, Outpatient beds, Inpatient charts, Pain care and have picked up a pretty good skill set working for Johnson. I work well with my co-workers and we are all on the same team and work toward a common goal. The hardest part of my job is the constant changes in the coding, but that is also what makes the job interesting and keeps me on my toes. The most enjoyable part of my job would be knowing that I am doing a great service for the patient by coding their chart correctly.
Intern (Former Employee) – Stafford, CT – February 23, 2014
Experience limited to about a 30 hour unpaid IT job shadow. IT department was hidden away in the basement, but was well managed. The person I was shadowing had a good workload balance of routine upkeep and personal projects.
Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – Stafford, CT – February 16, 2014
I come to work on time never been late. I was working in medical record department in social and team work environment. I was sorting medical records in alphabetical order and using the computer to fill in missing information like social security and dates. I was working 4 hours everyday from Monday through Friday doing volunteering during my break I was having free lunch at the cafeteria. If i came across stuck with problems i asked my boss to show me in doing new techniques of file sorting to do the job faster. This job was very enjoyable, social, working in team work.
On a typical day I work in acute care rehab and inpatient hospital settings. I continue to learn on a daily basis and feel I have a good working knowledge of how to handle all types of situations. I love being able to help people recover their independence from traumatic injuries. All of my co-workers over the time there and everywhere I have been have been a big help with my progression as a therapist.
Externship (Former Employee) – Franklin, IN – September 22, 2013
Johnson Memorial Hospital has a wonderful team of employees. They were all very willing to teach me everything they could and always had kind, up beat additudes. The management was willing to work with my family schedual and and accomedated me so I was able to complete my required hours for externship. A wonderful place to work!
A typical day in the cafe, was at times very busy. It was managed well though. I have learned so many things thanks to JMH. My co-workers are the best part! They are so friendly and always ready to help. But, the most enjoyable part of working at JMH was meeting new people every single day.