Medical Assistant Coordinator (Former Employee), Boston, MA – March 23, 2015
A typical day at work for me is very busy. No matter how much you plan your day, it is very seldom that things goes as planned. I have learned that deliverance is key! "It's not what you say, It's how you say it." Management, Not good at all and that is all I will say. The hardest part of my job is trying not to take it home with me. The most enjoyable part are the patients and their families.
Communications Coordinator (Current Employee), Boston, MA – February 24, 2015
I have been working at MEEI for over a year. I learn everyday something new such as different Eye conditions and ENT conditions. The management is outstanding. I love my superior and my co workers they're all awesome. My team is phenomenal we all work together as one. My supervisor is always pushing for our team to be the best at what we do. The hardest part of my job is making sure that I have reached my goal at the end of my work day, that is making sure all my patients are satisfied. The most enjoyable part of my job is meeting new patients and providing excellence service and care. I love my job!
DIRECTOR CLINICAL PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT (Current Employee), Boston, MA – February 15, 2015
Pros: leadership and senior management
Cons: distance from family and located in a cold climate
Planning and implementation of clinical program growth. Design and construction of new outpatient facilities with Department of Health licensure. Integration of satellite operations and staff with main hospital processes and associates.
Pediatric Unit, Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Boston, MA – October 2, 2014
Cons: 11th floor needs renovations
Great to find a hospital where most all staff members know one another in the center of Boston. Mass Eye and Ear such be more well known for the advancements in surgical care taking place there everyday.
Patient service coordinator (Former Employee), Boston – August 28, 2014
Pros: decent benefits, vacation time and sick time, competitive wages
Cons: poor management; a general feeling of higher ups not caring
Great doctors and nursing staff, felt like family No room for growth in satellite locations Lack of communication from management Lack of protection from management No affirmative action taken when things go wrong
Sr. Medical Staff Assistant (Former Employee), Boston, MA – May 28, 2014
Pros: very good medical coverage
Cons: the rotation of fellows and residents (doctors in training)
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary has by far been my most favorite place of employment so far. Every day there was constant interaction with patients, nurses, doctors and other Medical Staff Assistants. The manager on my floor was very professional and caring. The employees were all very friendly. Every day was enjoyable and the hardest part was dealing with sad medical situations with professionalism.