Purchasing Agent (Former Employee) – Urbana, IL – September 9, 2016
i was always learn new things and would work hard to get many promotion in different job opportunities, would allow pay raise with advancement. just gave me great opportunity of experiencing many levels of jobs.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Channahon, IL – June 12, 2015
Being a medical assistant at Provena has provided me with a wide range of skills that I get to improve on everyday. A typical day can starts with blood draws before clinic starts. My day consist of rooming patients, taking vitals, administering injections, venipuncture, calling in medication refills, calling patients with lab and test results. I also schedule appointments and do a various of other front end jobs. The hardest part of my jobs making sure patient's follow-up. The best part of my job is taking care of patient's and there needs.
Assistant to C P O Director (Current Employee) – New Lenox, Frankfort, Tinley Park – March 11, 2015
We were educated that the patient and their families came first. We were instructed to go above and beyond an treat them like our own family members. Working holidays and weekends were expected and our behavior and educational tests were evaluated in our annual reviews. I was in healthcare for 28 years and personal phone call were not permitted nor abusive language
CNA/Caregiver (Former Employee) – Geneva, IL – January 8, 2015
I only worked there for a short time. It was my first CNA job and it was hard. There were a lot of residents and not very many CNAs. It was hard to find help when I needed it. Administration was wonderful though.
Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse/Team Leader (Current Employee) – Aurora, IL – November 28, 2014
at any given time work flow (Nurse to patient ratio) can be challenging and patient's safety questioned but teamwork with other co-workers is what really keep patients safe and patient care manageable. the hardest part of the (RN) job is providing excellent care to every patient (no matter how hard one tries). And the best part is providing someone with assurance, hope, education and healing.
billing and follow up rep (Former Employee) – bolingbrook, il – November 18, 2014
typical day at work was contacting insurance company, checking on payment status. sending bills. validating payments. contacting patients for additional information IE COB forms. follow up with vendors for additional status. ( we had a vendor for form retrieval for high dollar claims) the hardest part of the job was same issue getting no where. IE a medicare exhaust patient was frequently in-house and claims were hit and miss to get paid. we would get to the point of sending to provider rep and still no resolution. trying to stay on top of these claims to get them paid to not fall thru the cracks is difficult. the most enjoyable part is getting an old claim paid that management thought couldn't get reimbursed.