Helping disabled/handicapped children was great
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Winterville, NC – May 3, 2016
as office manager-entered into computer programs billing for medcaid, answered phone calls, assisted location director, assisted clinical coordinator, ordered medical supplies for patients, Built good realationships with parents of clients, payroll, reports for corporate, set up new patient files, reviewed files to be sure all information was in it. Was on call for scheduling nurses to patients homes after hours. Rotated with the scheduling nurse.
I never worked in a home health care business. I learned so much about the different disabilities/handicaps children face. I learned that children/babies are stronger than I could ever become. Learned medical terminology, billing systems, medical supply information and how strong the parents these children are.
Excellent management and company
Great co-workers. Team players
Hardest part dealing with the loss of a child. Also leaving the job to go to work closer to home at the veterinary office. They offered me a job when I was not looking for one.
Most enjoyable part-seeing the children's smiling faces when I would help to deliver supplies to the homes. Knowing that we were helping a child by providing a service
excellent company, and benefits