CMA/PSR (Former Employee) – Norristown, PA 19401 – February 19, 2016
A typical day is when you get in office patients are waiting and doctors are ready so you need to be at the office at least 15 mins prior to get your self organized and ready for the day. Co-workers are the best there everyone works as a team. While on the job my co-worker and manager are pleasant to work for.
Outpatient Billing Patient Access Rep (Current Employee) – Norristown, PA – July 2, 2015
The best part about my job is working with the public and being able to bring a smile to their face. I have worked in this company for many of years and the the coworkers are more like a family, I have been able to build both professional and personal relationship within this company.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Norristown, PA – May 28, 2015
I enjoyed the proximity of the location to my house. I also liked how well I was compensated. I didn't like that the managers had their favorites, and it was clear to see with the privaleges they recieved.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Norristown, PA – December 30, 2013
I love being a Phlebotomist. A typical day I'd get would include getting my supplies together and making sure all supplies were stocked. I'd go to the floor and perform daily venipuncture on in-house patients and then I'd take the specimens that I've collected from the floor to the lab and then I'd go asst in the out-pt lab
Management (Former Employee) – East Norriton, PA – August 16, 2013
A small hospital with a big heart. There are many long term employees who's devotion to the hospital is unmatched. Unfortunately, recent industry trends towards lean organizations may leave the facility a bit anemic.
Certified nursing assistant (Current Employee) – Norristown, PA – August 12, 2013
My day begins at 0700 A.M. It begins by getting report and familiarized with new patients. after which, patients are patients are cared for and fed. Then the engagement process, and various types of activities began.
I learned new things every day. I get to interact with different medical staff, meet interesting patients with lifetime experiences.
My co-workers are from different culture. some are easy to work with some are hard. But most of all, I find a common ground where we all exist to complete the job
The management team is hard to describe. But overall, it is comfortable enough to survive.
The hardest part of the job is not able to communicate with a patient who is confused or suffering from change of mental status. it requires extra patience and extra love from staff to care for them.
The most enjoyable part of the job is when I am able to satisfy the needs of my patients and to hear them say thank you, you did a good job.
Health Information Mgmt. Clerk (Current Employee) – Norristown, PA – July 24, 2013
A typical day consists of compiling charts from almost every department within the hospital and prepping them to be scanned into EMR. I have bits of every component of the department. The supervisor and the team are the best that I have worked with. A family atmosphere and everyone knows their job and do their job well.
Nuclear Medicine & X-ray Technologist (Current Employee) – Norristown, PA – April 26, 2013
Small community hospital which offers great service with a fantastic, unappreciated staff. Management skills and attitude of some is what is adversely affecting this facility. I've learned how cruel and unjust people could really be. At the same time it has proven to me that people can't be taught patient care. You either have it or you don't.
Radiology Receptionist (Former Employee) – Norristown, PA – March 1, 2013
A typical day starts with getting computers up and online. Progresses to greeting patients, entering their information into computer and ordering their tests. I learned to operate several kinds of programs on the computer to do my job properly. Overall Management was willing to work with the employees when personal emergencies arose. In general my co-workers are almost like family all working together towards a single goal. The most difficult part of the job was the occasional language barrier between patients and staff. What I enjoyed the most was feeling like I could make a difference in a persons life by simply being understanding and relieving their anxieties about exams.
Radiologic Technologist - Student (Former Employee) – Norristown, PA – September 4, 2012
Very positive learning environment, I felt the technologist really cared about the students and encouraged their participation. Learned a great deal in this facility and in return received a great amount of confidence in my ability to be successful in my profession.
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Norristown, PA – August 29, 2012
I'd walk in at 8:30. Everyone in the office always gave me a warm welcome. I was able to work at my own pace, in contrast to the pace of a restaurant. I have always had a natural talent for being organized and sorting things out, working as a medical records clerk strengthened that talent. No one was too demanding, everyone was respectful. Co-workers were humorous and light-hearted, but all got stuff done. I always showed up on time, and did a thorough job. The hardest part I'd say, would not be the work or the amount I had to do, but would be the downtime. I often had to ask if there was anything else to do. The most enjoyable part was when I was working, when I was assembling patient files, when there was a whole cart full of them to do, I just sat down at my desk, and did what I had to do, everyone let me to my work, and did the work not quickly, but with attention to detail. Sure I made mistakes, but I wasn't afraid to admit them, or ask for help. Overall great work experience.