Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – March 23, 2017
This was quite a different experience, due to the fact that I was in different setting and a different town. I learned quite a bit because there work environment was quite different. So I liked it quite a lot.
Admissions coordinator work is busy work! All day spent on ither the phone or the computer reviewing pts for admissions,speaking with case managers and family members.Hardest part is having to decline a pt because they do not meet criteria and the most enjoyable is when a family member will come to see us and express their thanks when we can take their family memeber.
Scheduling surgeries and other office duties related to surgeries very busy schedule . Having 5 to 6 different managers during the time I was employed there did not impress . Some coworkers were wonderful and others made life difficult made the best of it for the patients care.
Medical Technologist (Current Employee) – Hollywood, FL – February 10, 2017
Everyday is a challenge. A typical day at work is just giving the best of all that we have to offer and with all the tasks and work we have to complete to the best of our abilities. We go beyond what it is expected of us.
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – January 11, 2017
I truly enjoy my position at Memorial Hermann! They promote good health for the employees, they have great doctors and support system. They also give a lot of services and products to the community. I would recommend anyone who is looking for an employer, to seriously consider applying.
I was a courier for this hospital where I picked up labs, pathology, and delivered supplies. I learned to HIPAA compliant, a lot about pathology and how to handle them and I learned how to do phlebotomy. Later I got certified in phlebotomy. I got along well with management and co-workers. I mostly worked with clients at the physicians offices. The hardest part about the job was delivering supplies to all the different physicians offices. I enjoyed meeting all my new clients at the different physicians offices and picking up for pathology. You never new knew what you were going to pick up from other hospitals to be tested.
I did get some free lunches, I also got to learn a lot of the city of Chattanooga
Delievering the paper products to the different physicians offices, having to wait for long periods of time for the end of the day for all patients to be seen.
Patient Financial Services Representative III (Current Employee) – Miramar, FL – January 5, 2017
I have been with Memorial for almost 7 years. I have learned so much in the time that I've been here. The management team cares about the staff and genuinely want you to be successful. Since my department works out of call center, our days can be a little hectic. But, if you treat patients the same way that you would treat your family/friends, you'll have very happy patients which always makes for a great call!
Customer Service Representative - Registrar (Current Employee) – Springfield, IL – November 18, 2016
Everyone has worked very well together, a real team experience. Really enjoyed helping people in need. Management seemed to really care, excellent opportunity to advance, through training and education available.
Application Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 25, 2016
I've learned so much from my co-workers. We all have different strength and weakness. We all can learn from each other. The most enjoyable moment in my job is when I put a smile on someone face when I help them.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – South Bend, IN – July 14, 2016
I learned that to be a team player is the most important aspect of any healthcare job. Management was difficult to work with at times. My co-workers were good people for the most part, there are always some bad apples that ruin the bunch. The hardest part was the hours being 12hour shifts in the evening and finding time for family and school
getting breaks was sometimes an issue. our health insurance was terrible
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Hallandale Beach, FL – June 14, 2016
There's over a dozen of patient care tech jobs you apply and no one ever gets back to you no recruiter to talk too I guess you have to know some one to get in! I guess they aren't the in need for workers that care just whom ever they like!
Community youth counselor (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – June 6, 2016
A lot of people think because community youth services is acknowledged by MHS that it will be a great place to work, wrong! Management have unrealistic expectations, you will work OVER your 40 hours and not get paid for it! working with the children and families is rewarding however management does not care about you and they will work you to the bone. This positon is all about billing, billinng, billing no one stays long. Pay is ok. Co-workers is what keeps you going every day to not quit. Try to get a position in the hospital and not at CYS.
Good for a first time job after grad school then leave
No breaks, long hours, no overtime pay, management, team leader