Student Observer (Former Employee) – Sleepy Hollow, NY – January 9, 2017
I was a student observer so it was all unpaid. I observed in the hand therapy of the occupational and physical therapy office. The therapists were all great to work with very welcoming and is very interesting to see all the cool tools they use for therapy
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Sleepy Hollow, NY – April 20, 2016
The only reason I enjoy working where I work now is because I work with a very exceptional provider who not only cares greatly for his patients but loves to teach as well. Over the course of 2 years working one-on-one with him I have learned not just about all aspects of Neurology but about all aspects of different studies of medicine. My co-workers are over all nice enough to work with but no one here is a tam player making things around the office much more diffucult and the managment lacks the sense to see what is going on and to even hold anyone accountable for their actions
Medical receptionist (Former Employee) – Sleepy Hollow, NY – April 3, 2016
Worked for a multi specialty medical office. I answered phones, made appointments, checked patients in and out, retrieved referrals, collected co payments. Management at Phelps was very weak. Managers and group managers were not always available or hard to contact them when you needed their help. I worked with two medical assistance and occasionally they got another receptionist to help me at the front desk.We all worked well together. The most enjoyable part of this job and any medical or dental office is that I enjoy helping and being around people and the patients.
Met many different people being it was a hospital attached to the medical offices.
I needed help at the front desk, because it was to much for one person to handle, and they never got met the help I needed.
Teacher Assistant (Current Employee) – Sleepy Hollow, NY – November 15, 2015
If you are a student and work part time, it is not a bad place to work. They work around your schedule. Working with children is rewarding but the pay is really low for long hours. Luckily I can make up my own schedule only because I am a student.
sterile processing technician 2 (Current Employee) – Sleepy Hollow, NY – November 4, 2015
Always learning, and great people clean work environment very small department but excellent workers great management the tech's are passionate about there jobs so there will always be excellent quality coming from the sterile processing department at phelps memorial hospital.
Quality care facility things get done team fantastic at what they do.
Very small department so does not require more than a tech 2
LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER (Former Employee) – Sleepy Hollow, NY – April 27, 2015
Typical day would include morning rounds with multidisciplinary team, orienting self to therapeutic issues that might arise for the day, and then running groups and seeing individual clients, being able to assess needs for intervention in possible crisis situations, providing case management, interacting with other agencies involved in treatment, interacting with family as needed. Hardest part of day was prioritizing numerous tasks and completing by end of day, advocating for patient insurance recertification. The most enjoyable part was interacting with clients.
Medical Technician (Former Employee) – tarrytown, new york – April 13, 2015
i low what work needs to get done i learned that working in a uncomfortable environment i can still get my work done most enjoyable part of the day is when management has a full staff on board r and divides the work load properly
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Sleepy Hollow, NY – December 8, 2014
Answering telephones, greeting patients, updating and filing patients' medical records, filling out insurance forms, handling correspondence, scheduling appointments, arranging for hospital admission and laboratory services, and handling billing and bookkeeping. Taking medical histories and recording vital signs, explaining treatment procedures to patients, preparing patients for examination, and assisting the physician during the examination.
Great clients. Management plays favorites. Low pay
Clinical Therapist (Former Employee) – Ossining, NY -ATS – October 30, 2014
I really enjoyed my job here which is a shame. The company is trying to save money so anything they can do to cut spending on they will. They lowball masters level employees with salary and rarely will negotiate with you. Sure, there are merit based increases each year out of a 0-4% raise however, administration sent out a memo letting employees know how difficult it is to be rated at a 4% which is frustrating. Working where I worked in order to save money they combined both outpatient CD programs which means staff has to share offices with no flexibility in deadlines, and clients complain about overcrowding. I'm not quite sure what the role of management is here, as my former coworkers and I would often face issues that we were told to "handle ourselves" and then get scolded when we would make decisions. Also there are very clear favorites here, including an office manager who sits on personal calls and facebook all day and will have a laundry list of complaints about staff and how hard she works/busy she is and be allowed by the program manager to publicly harass and bully whomever she is personally targeting that day. I'd say if you're looking for experience and live locally, great, otherwise steer clear. The stress isn't worth it.
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Sleepy Hollow, NY – April 15, 2014
My first 3 weeks here, I knew I wanted out! The department has bad management that just point out all your wrongs and don't take the time to care about the individual. Many of the co-workers are really nice but of course you have the few who couldn't care less about who you are. The lack of respect from management must be noticed because other department many times don't even show respect to the Admitting staff. The environment is nice and there are many smiling faces around but thats about the only good thing.