Radiologic Tec / CT Tech (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – August 6, 2015
I mostly work with the ER staff and absolutely love them! They treat patients as people and not as a group symptoms. The hardest part is learning to prioritize exams when I am working alone and the ER gets busy
Great patient population who I got to spend alot of one-on one time with.
Program Nurse - Intensive Outpatient Psychotherapy (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – March 25, 2013
Typical duties include admitting, following up and discharging of patients. Monthly reviews of medication list as well as chart audits. Daily activities ranges from health screens to playing games with the patients. Each co-work made the facility a great place for our patients. The most difficult part of the job is lack of direction/structure from management. The most enjoyable part of my job has been the personal relationships I have built with my patients.
Patient Account Representative II (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – March 25, 2013
I started at Rebsamen Medical Center, now known as North Metro Medical Center as a Ordely, from there I worked in Medical Records, then I received my CNA certification through the hospital and worked as a CNA, my final position was a patient account rep II. I was able to meet patients and work with staff all over the hospital, which allowed me to get a better understanding of the medical field.
Discharge Planner (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – June 16, 2012
A typical day consisted of assisting clients with medical equipment of transfers to other facilities upon discharge. I provided minimal individual and family therapy to discuss diagnosis and coping skills for families and clients. I enjoyed knowing I helped those who were leaving the hospital to have all the information and equipment needed for their recovery. I enjoyed my co-workers as they were helpful in resource discovery. However, it was apparent that the position was meant for a nurse as there were many parts of the job I was unable to perform such as ordering some supplies for physicians. Many company's only accepted the nurses orders.