Medical Billing Specialist (Former Employee), WI – August 28, 2014
Pros: full time with benefits.
Cons: had to move to warmer climate for spouses health.
Small community owned hospital. Great place to work. Wonderful co-workers. I enjoy medical billing and would like to continue in this line of work. Started as a Registration Specialist and transferred to the billing department after six months.
Patient Access Specialist (Former Employee), Noblesville, IN – July 31, 2014
Not very friendly environment, very poor management. I loved working for this company but the department has a very bad reputation due to poor management. I enjoyed working with patients. Compensation is significantly less than with other hospitals.
Operator Dispatcher (Former Employee), Detroit, MI – June 2, 2014
Pros: good job performance rewards
Cons: not having what is needed in stock
Will-calls picked up so everyone is working together as a team. A customer is at the front desk waiting on an air condition unit. Considering I am crossed trained, I was able to drive the hi-lo to the air conditioner area to pull it down from the 3 story high shelf. The hardest part was making sure there was no snags on the box that can cause serious – more... injuries. The enjoyable part was being able to do more than one job in one customer service transaction. – less
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Noblesville, IN – April 30, 2014
Pros: good pay, excellent staff scheduler who helps you with your schedule
Cons: management does not support staff in a positive way
The employees work hard and are mostly pleasant and professional. Unfortunately, the management is "disconnected" from reality. They practice unsafe patient to staff ratios on some of the units, leaving staff stressed and risking patient safety. Employees are polite and friendly. Pay is good. Just wish management cared more about its employees than – more... the bottom line – less
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Noblesville, IN – February 20, 2014
Pros: good patient care
Cons: core staff could have been more accepting of new staff.
Typical med/surg staff floor nursing: patient assessment and documentation, medication pass, care plans, taking Dr orders, IV care, patient education, and other duties as directed. Management team strong, Co-workers were very competent and hard working. However had "clicks", and when first started there felt like I had to "prove" myself as worthy. Trying – more... to be accepted by my peers. How happy the patients were with their care. working in a clean well organized, patient center environment. – less
I thought I had a secure job until they let all of the transcriptionists go at the end of October 2013.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee), Wisconsin Rapids, WI – February 7, 2014
I worked from home sometimes full-time, sometimes part-time and ended as a casual worker. I learned new medical words on an almost daily basis. I liked my boss and co-workers very much. The hardest part of the job was finding words sometimes, and enjoyed it when I did find the word. Problem solving and puzzle solving.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee), Red Bank, NJ – August 1, 2013
Pros: meeting people and talking to them
deliver trays for about 300 to 500 patients learning different diets was very important working on line putting food on correct menus weighting the meat or as directed dish room duties and working together
Radiologic Technologist / Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Fishers, IN – June 6, 2013
Cons: drive to work
When I worked with Riverview Hospital, they were 12 hour days. What I learned from my experience; team work, patience, multi task and responsibility that comes with the position. With the previous supervisor, the experience was pleasant but the later I believe the facility was being phased out and management was less than cordial to the staff. From – more... 3 of the final years actually the 12 year tenure, my co-workers & I were proficient. We were like family. 12 hour days were the hardest part of the job. Being at work with my co-workers was fun. – less
Registrar (Former Employee), Noblesville, IN – May 6, 2013
Pros: work with a variety of people
Cons: job sometimes required standing for periods of time
A typical day included receiving patient information for out or inpatient procedures. Pre certifying procedures. Directing patients where to go for procedures. Transporting patients to units/rooms for inpatient procedures. I learned different computer systems and how to have digital films created from hardcopy films. Management was great. Most employees – more... got along together. – less