PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – November 10, 2015
This is a one-year residency position in which I rotated through different specialties in the hospital, including oncology, critical care, ambulatory care, internal medicine, transplant, anti-infective management, research, project management, and more. It was a great learning experience for me and prepared me to work as a clinical pharmacist.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 8, 2015
A typical work day consists of various administrative tasks: answering phones, faxing, copying, scanning, scheduling of appointments, and message triage to physicians. In this position you learn to be patient dealing with different types of people. My co workers are fun and everyone for the most part, are team players. The hardest part of the job is speaking to irate patients and the work load, since the patient load is large. The most enjoyable part of the job is the medical benefits and being able to take off when you need to.
Financial Coordinator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 28, 2015
Employees create a comfortable and family environment. In an admin position, I gained lots of clinical knowledge. Nurses were happy to educate admin and we all worked as a great team. Management, however, remained the elephant in the room. They fail to continue their education on the ever-changing healthcare system and wait for information to trickle down from executives which creates a slow, outdated work environment. Oh- and information can NOT trickle up. I will always remain good friends with many of my coworkers and hope to return to Georgetown once they complete re-engineer their organization.
Linux System Administrator (Current Employee) – Washington DC – August 20, 2015
My typical day at work starts with me checking my email and the ticketing system, then I program myself to schedule myself to do the relevant jobs. I have gained a host of IT related job experience, which will be relevant in my career advancement. The management is very effective at listening to employee problems. The hardest part of the job is on a day when there is so my ticketing jobs or deadlines to be met. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you put a smile into peoples face by meeting their needs.
CLINICAL NURSE COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 16, 2015
Love what I do and the patients I serve. Awesome doctors, nurses and techs. Every new patient is a new adventure, even if I'm doing the same procedure. Cutting edge technology and the best doctors surrounded by a strong team. However, there is a lot of administrative changes that do not benefit, but hinder the work flow.
Provider Enrollment (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 26, 2015
First, let me say that I am not a disgruntle worker. I am speaking nothing but the wholehearted truth. I have worked in the billing department for many years and in all my years of working I have never experience such un-professionalism, favoritism, cut-throat unethical place of employment. Don't be fooled by the name "Georgetown". Since Medstar bought Georgetown it has gone down hill. I gave my two week notice before finding another job because I value my health and sanity over a paycheck. It is utterly disgusting to say the least.