Transporter (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – February 2, 2017
I've learned so many different things while working for Ropers, learning to transport patients to different areas, meeting new people everyday, making friends with some patients and dealing with upset patients all the time but the best part of the job was bringing a smile to a patients face when you know they are going through a tough time.
The patients there where I worked were sweet people. I enjoyed delivering flowers, mail and talking with them. Working at Roper as a Volunteer it gave me a chance to interact with patients, working on the rehab floor taking the patients to their activities
I was with Roper St Francis for 8 years and the people were great. However management and communication was horrible. It is very hard to advance in this company if you dont know the right people. I advanced 3 times but I have seen other employees not advance because they were not liked by management.
Medical Technologist (ASCP) (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – August 18, 2016
Great place to work! I would return there in the future. Management very supportive and co-workers very helpful. The atmosphere was friendly but professional. Training was very informative and new procedures were explained. Questions were answered promptly.
Taking care of Level 1-5 ADULT TO PEDIATRIC Including Psychiatric and higher level of care patients that need to be stabilized for transfer of higher of care. We had a set schedule for our tracks and worked every other holiday depending on what team you are on. Generally, we all work as a team ideally advocates for great health care. . I enjoyed most of my colleagues and the doctors
Free Parking.Benefits for discounts with companies
Some of the nurses bullying co workers unnecessaryly
This was the first job that I really enjoyed. I worked at the main hospital in downtown Charleston every weekend while I was in nursing school obtaining my LPN. I did everything in my power to stay on but no one would hire a new nurse.
Physician Billing and Coding (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC – April 16, 2015
I do a variety of things with the billing office. Accounts receivables, Eligibility , coding, answering phones, working with others and a lot of team work to be a successful department. My manager is a great manager and I like working for her.
Maintained Patient Records, both Image and Result Provided Patients and Physicians with copies of Images and Results as requested Assisted Radiologist in Administrative Duties including answering incoming calls from Networked Physicians, hanging films to be read by on staff Radiologist and relaying requests between Radiologist and Radiology Technicians Worked closely with the implementation of Digital Imaging and converting/archiving patient films with the McKesson System
A typical day in my position involves seeing all patients with no insurance and at times seeing those that have insurance but are under-insured to help seek sponsorship for them . This has been a very eye opening experience for me as I have learned how fortunate I am to have the things in my life that I have (which includes a roof over my head). On the other side of that this also makes that the hardest part of my job.