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Fun, fast paced work environment
Unit Secretary (Current Employee), Newport NewsSeptember 29, 2014
Fast paced
Advanced medical knowledge and skills through different occupational holdings. Medical office front staff resposibilities progressed with movement to the hospital unit.
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Very structured, Great Compensation/benefits, travel opportunities
Medical Assistant/Administrative (Former Employee), USAFSeptember 29, 2014
Pros: sallary, compensation/benefits, learning opportunities, professionalism
Cons: inflexible schedules, demanding, unexpected tasks and duties, no overtime
Typical day include reporting to various shifts depending upon assigned section and duties. Very professional environment, fast paced, an abundance of learning opportunities, and career advancement.
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Productive work place
Physician Liaison Pediatric (Current Employee), Queens Village, NYSeptember 24, 2014
A typical day at work would involve diagnostic testing of patients, observing and facilitating meetings between pharmaceutical reps and the doctors, and meeting needs of patients. This job allowed me to use and expand my people skills and knowledge of medicine and science. I also learned what to do and not to do as a sales rep when talking to a doctor. – more... I found most aspects of this job to be simple and not to challenging. The most enjoyable part of the job was connecting with the people. – less
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Enjoyable experience at the launch of something new for the City!
Claims Assistant (Former Employee), Baltimore, MDSeptember 16, 2014
Pros: the job location/accessible to downtown, vendor lunches, constant training, job advancement
Cons: turn-over ratio (many employees leaving), heavy case load
The City of Baltimore decided to bring in a 3rd Party Administrator to handle their workers comp claims, and hired 'Compmanagement' as the company to do this -- as this was the case for the city in the past. This was something new, and I was hired from the city as a Claims Assistant. I worked hard entering data in the system and taking customer service – more... calls. I was promoted 3 times, with the last position being a Medical Only Adjuster -- and I was finally able to spread my wings and handle cases, with the ability to approve treatment where needed (if compensable and met the comp protocol/guidelines) and schedule the necessary IME (independent medical examination) appointments and surveillance. My coworkers were great, and although there were tough times and the turnover ratio being tremendous (due to the heavy case load), many of us (including myself) stayed put and worked hard. The contract was lost to another company, and all the employees had to reapply for their jobs through another TPA, but being able to learn so much and develop those uncanny skills in those 5 years was the absolute best! – less
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busy productive time based
medical records technician (Current Employee), Gainesville, FLSeptember 14, 2014
Pros: being helpful to staff and patients
Cons: no windows/short breaks
schedules are a must daily. Patient's and doctor's are dependant on record clerks to be accurate and timely. Management best excides when overall quidence is fair and done with the future needs considered before they arrive. Co-workers must work as a team to assure ease of stress during busy times of the year. The hardest part of the job is prepping – more... charts with little or no information prior to appointment time. Most enjoyable is the satisfaction knowing you help people all day get the care they need – less
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enjoyed working with the patients
Assistant, PHILLIPS PEDIATRICS (Current Employee), Hinesville, GASeptember 4, 2014
Pros: got to engage with the patients and there health
Cons: miscommuncations and third party talking
I enjoy working with the office just feel as thou there is some unorganization and a lot of miscommunication
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Practice Administrator (Former Employee), Beverly Hills, CASeptember 2, 2014
See Resume I love my work. I have a strong passion for helping people.
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Excellent place to learn and update nursing skills
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Helena, MTAugust 26, 2014
Pros: excellent place perfect your nursing skills
Cons: overwhelming work load a times.
The medical floor provides an excellent opportunity to hone critical care skills. This is one of the busiest floors in the hospital with a wide variety of patients which makes a 12 hour shift fly by and keeps you on our toes. The team of nurses are very helpful and team oriented with the patient as the focus. We work hard to provide the best possible – more... patient care. This can be difficult with the some times overwhelming work load. 6 patient to one nurse on night shift can be very challenging but rewarding at the same time. – less
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med/surg
Surgical Registered Nurse Team Leader (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOAugust 20, 2014
Pros: free covered parking and the benefits
Cons: short breaks, lack of upward advancement
typical day at work included 6-7 pts. iv therapy, pre and post op surgical patients, working with several doctors. I learned a lot at Christian hospital but felt that I was at the top of my learning and wanted to advance my career by learning more things, such as tele, spinal and brain injuries. Management was poor at best, I tried several times to – more... transfer to different floors and different BJC facilities only to be blocked, I would have one thing against me for the year and that disqualified me from applying or getting a better job that would help me to have learned more. My co-workers were great and very supportive. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the patients after surgery and seeing how much better they felt – less
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learned a lot about oncology nursing andnursing in general
Clinical Supervisor, RN III (Former Employee), Columbia, MOAugust 17, 2014
Was a busy floor because it consisted oncology, medical surgical , transplant patients etc
The fact that it was a teaching hospital I met people from different corners of the world.
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Small community hospital with competent staff.
Medical Staff Nurse (Current Employee), New Martinsville, WVAugust 13, 2014
Pros: close to home.
Cons: personal health insurance.
Small community hospital with competent staff. Close to home. Helpful co-workers.
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productinve work place
Assist in office procedures (Former Employee), odessaAugust 12, 2014
worked well with co-workers
enjoyed phlebotomy procedures
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Great learning experience
Student Practical Nurse (Former Employee), Rochester, NYAugust 9, 2014
Obtained knowledge and skills necessary to become an excellent nurse.
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Productive and friendly work place
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee), Toms River,NJAugust 5, 2014
I enjoyed working with the doctors and patients. I was able to help patients get approved for surgery, I scheduled all appointment and called the day before to make sure they didn't miss the appointments. the hardest part of the job was explaining to patients that the doctor was in emergency surgery and they could not be seen or that they were not approved. – more... Other then that I enjoyed the work I did. I enjoy helping people. – less
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Strong team work and knowledgeable nurses
Student Nurse / Clinical Rotations (Former Employee), Littleton, COAugust 4, 2014
All nurses included students in patient care and allowed us many clinical experiences.
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Pleasant work environment, enjoy coworkers company.
Security Officer/First Aid Technician (Current Employee), Mt. Zion, ILAugust 4, 2014
A typical day consists of answering the switchboard, screening calls, and connecting calls. Checking credentials before allowing entry into the plant. Meet with the security officer, perform hearing tests on plant employees. Be prepared to respond to a medical emergency anywhere in the plant. Hardest part of my job is staying awake when I work the overnight – more... shift. Most enjoyable part of my job handing out payroll checks. – less
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Technician (Current Employee), Neptune City, NJAugust 4, 2014
hours varied, flexible
worked with patients on a daily basis
utilized my education in management to fulfill job duties and to assist in various activities within the office
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great staff
RN (Former Employee), neptune, NJJuly 29, 2014
Pros: great co-workers
Cons: weak management
disappointed they closed the women's health unit. great team players.
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I gained useful experience.
Clinical Assistant, St. Vincent Healthcare (Former Employee), Billings, MontanaJuly 28, 2014
Pros: the physicians willingness to teach
Cons: i moved.
We were staffed with 3 cardiologists and 3 PA's, so learning what each doctor was like and their ability to explain details was great. Each doctor was demanded perfection but were amazing at what they do. It was one of my favorite places to work. My favorite was that we would travel to Wyoming via car or plane and provide services to rural communities – more... that didn't have access to cardiac care. It was a great team to work for. I was the only medical assistant and I was managed by a registered nurse. Very busy. – less
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Flexible with ability to work from home
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee), Raleigh, NCJuly 28, 2014
Pros: flexibility, ability to work from home
Cons: can be demanding considering quick turn-around times
I have enjoyed being a medical transcriptionist/editor for 18 years. It can be challenging deciphering what the doctors are trying to say and putting those comments in the proper place. I have owned my own transcription business in the past and understand fully the importance of excellent documentation for the patients and their medical records. I also – more... realize the need for quick turn-around times and have transcribed for many different specialties, including radiation oncology, internal medicine, dermatology, orthopedics, gastroenterology, pediatric cardiology, gynecologic oncology, etc. – less

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