Newborn Hearing Screen Program Coordinator (Former Employee), Toledo, OH – December 2, 2013
Pros: i liked the job and was good at it.
Cons: no benefits offered, too little pay
I was responsible for running the state mandated newborn hearing screen program at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. I ran the program in a very efficient and caring manner and always received exemplary reviews from superiors. Patient surveys showed that I was kind, knowledgeable and professional and I was well liked by other hospital staff members.The – more... workload continuously increased and at first I was happy to help by accommodating but after a few years I asked for a fair increase of pay as I had personally been able to increase profit as well as cut cost at my site without losing efficiency or customer care but I was not offered a fair wage. – less
Hearing Coordinator (Current Employee), Louisville, Kentucky – October 30, 2013
My position as coordinator of the newborn hearing program at Baptist Health Louisville is fulfilling and challenging. Working with the hospital staff is very enjoyable. Screening the babies is a very fulfilling job. I manage a staff of other hearing screeners and do all the necsssary hospital reporting.
Hearing and Screener (Current Employee), Austin, TX – October 22, 2013
Cons: not enough hours
Hearing Screens on newborn babies, it was overall a good company to work for, the manager, the people I worked with were all very understanding and easy to work with. The hardest part about the job was not being able to get the hours it was very part-time.
Newborn hearing screener (Former Employee), Harrisburg, PA – September 26, 2013
Working for Pediatrix as a Newborn Hearing Screener was a very good experience. I enjoyed the people that I worked with and also seeing newborn babies everyday. It is a very busy job because babies are born all the time.
Newborn Hearing Screener (Former Employee), The Woodlands, TX – September 13, 2013
Pros: nothing productive
Cons: no breaks, no health care
Pediatrix is a great Company, to help an newborns do the hearing test and make sure, that in the future the children have no hearing problems and found out in early age about the speach. I loved my job, I was working for this company for almost 12 years. I worked every second weekend, Holidays for 12 years. I spoke to the family about Hearing test,administered – more... hearing test to newborn. I was responsible for paperwork and care of computer and equipment. The management change during the years,the relationship between the co-workers change too!!! I never had any hard time with the job, the was no more team work!!!! My most enjoyble time was talking to the parents and in them present time do the test. – less
HOSPITAL ASSOCIATE (Former Employee), CMC NE @ Concord, NC – July 22, 2013
Pros: working in a hospital envirionment - friendly and caring coworkers.
Cons: position was for a limited time.
Loved working at this job and would still be there if the Drs. contract with the hospital hadn't ended. I had a lot of responsibility in speaking with new moms verifying demographic insurance information. I also provided 4 neonatologists with all of their administrative support. I am looking for a similar job in the future.
Newborn Hearing Screen Program Coordinator (Former Employee), Lexington, Ky – July 10, 2013
They mean well but aren't very supportive and the pay is unfair. I had a part time employee who made more money than I did as her full time supervisor. I enjoyed the work that I did but did not like doing it for the company.
Team Lead (Current Employee), City of Sunrise, FL – May 1, 2013
Cons: no room to improve
Review patient's dispute, these could be financial or wrong information at the point of registration. Reviewed and solve any dispute arising from the billing/collection aspect between our extended B.O. and the patient, invoving third party payer.
Collectors Analyst II, I (Current Employee), Richardson, TX – April 16, 2013
Pros: flex hours
On a good day I am able to resolve more than 40 encounters and sometimes I do less than 40, If I have question my Manager is always there to help when I need her , my job is not hard at all and I enjoy what I do.
Screening technician (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – April 12, 2013
You work hard at this job, exciting and faced paced. I recommend this job for anybody considering the nursing field. You get to work closely with Doctors, RN's, and PCT's. It gives you a good Idea for how physically and mentally demanding the healthcare professions are. Most enjoyable part is getting to meet families introducing a newborn into their – more... family and holding the babies is priceless. – less