administrators place more value on profits vs pt. and employee care
MRI Technologist (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – January 26, 2013
Inova Fairfax Hospital continues to hinder all areas of care hospital-wide from technologists to nursing staff. Very few to no aides/ working long shifts with only 1 employee in department causing safety issues as well as employee safety issues on a constant basis. Work load increases while staffing continues to decrease based on workload ratios determined by administration who are clue-less as to what the needs are of the workers.
fairly high wages
skeleton staffing/ extremely complex patients to deal with; little assistance
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – August 8, 2017
This job has potential. I was given my own industry classification to recruit from in an office that specialized in paper. There was not a lot of support. The grind came from the 80 outgoing calls daily and the 2 hour talk time that management kept strict track of. Was not my cup of tea.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Gainesville, FL – July 14, 2017
I moved to different positions over the five years working with the Orthopaedic Institute. I was an MRI receptionist, a patient escort, scheduling coordinator, intake receptionist, and staff assistant.
MRI Technologist (Former Employee) – Emeryville, CA – June 5, 2017
An amazing and encouraging enviorment to work for. Being able to help find issues with patients and work with the doctors to help discover them. Schedules were realistically organized as well as offering adequate support to all technicians.
Ancillary Services Representative (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – May 25, 2017
enjoyed working as radiology scheduler, enjoyed management, enjoyed work and coworkers, enjoyed helping patients, sometimes needed assistance with translators for patients with different nationalities.
Account manager (Former Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – May 7, 2017
I am interested in creating an opportunity for me to grow in my career as well as my personal life. I enjoy spending time with my family and being able to make them happy. In my free time I enjoy working out and being up north at the cabin.
Executive Research Recruiter (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – April 13, 2017
On a typical day I make 100 to 150 cold calls a day. I screen candidates search for companies to utilize our services. Management was great the culture was great. I loved the job I just did not make enough money.
A l day at workThe day is very busy. The pace is very fast especially if I have contrast studies scheduled back to back. I have to screen patients start the IV and check the creatinine if needed. I enjoy my work and I keep a positive attitude. providing excellent patient care and service is what I enjoy most. The patients are scheduled close together I do not get to spend time with the patient as I would like
Relaxed work envirnonment you have an oppurtunity ti learn a lot.
Technologist Externship, Fullerton MRI (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 28, 2017
Working in a clinic like this is a lot slower than working in a hospital. The upside of that is you have a lot time to learn. You can ask the technologist question and get practice doing different protocols with your classmates.