Patient Service Representative/Coder (Current Employee) – Tulsa, Oklahoma – October 2, 2015
Immediate management is cooperative and understanding. We all have fun after the work is completed and the providers have our back. Able to talk out issues with system, work enviroment. Everyone respects each other and is willing to lend a helping hand when needed.
I look at my emails at the beginning of the day. I will print out the admit list of inpatients from the day before to decide what charts I need to review. I then go to the floors and review the hard charts. Once I return to my office I put my info into PBAR and scan my CDS sheets into HPF.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Broken Arrow, OK – January 23, 2013
I am in the float pool so I go to different offices when they need my help. I learn something new every day since I am working in different offices all the time! I love being able to work in the frontmore... office and the back office as well as going to all the different offices because there is always something to learn and it never gets boring. The part I find the hardest is learning all of the doctors preferences. None of the doctors do anything the same way so working for so many different doctors it is hard to keep them happy all the time! less
i learn something new every day, sometimes we get free lunches, and it never gets boring!
the hours do not work with my school hours, some days i do not get called in when i need to.
Host Transporter (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – January 14, 2013
As a transporter at Saint Francis Hospital, you do learn a lot and you meet many people each and everyday. Management was not so great. Co-workers were ok. The hardest part of my job was meeting a certain stat every month and it was very stressful. The most enjoyable part of the job was to see the little babies.
Multi-Care Technician (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – January 11, 2013
They praise the sorry and work the hard workers to the core. The charge nurse is messy at best. Telling you things about coworkers but being in their face and constantly talking about workers. I didn't sign up to be friends just wok and go home only to find out he was turning workers against each other. Their training sucks its a go for what you know type deal.
Senior Nuclear Medicine Technologist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 13, 2012
People love to come to Mount sinai and stay there. The training you get is excellent and you are encouraged to show your worth. I am well satisfied with my training and learning at this place. I am sure any one like this place.
Greets patients and families, monitors patient schedules, patient flow, and resolves operational problems by working with staff. Provides clerical support by answering phones, scheduling patients formore... appointments, contacts new referrals, registers patients in the computer when needed. Provides check out services to include, review of billing slip for completeness of CPT & ICD-9 codes, and entering billing information into the computer, scheduling follow-up visits and referrals to specialists and accepting co-pays and cash collection. Reports to the Supervisor of Ambulatory Registration for Revenue Cycle responsibilities. less
Helped geriatric clients with mental health issues
RN (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – November 19, 2012
This part of the hospital helped geriatric clients that were having mental health issues like depression. We also took care of any medical issues they may have also had. Most of them simply had psychiatricmore... problems and stayed for 1-2 weeks. Co-workers worked well together. The hardest part of the job was when a client had a severe medical problem, and a code was called. We needed the code team to come quickly. They did come quickly, but some of the staff became very nervous. less
learned more about mental health issues when it came to geriatrics.
sometimes we were very busy and did not have time for lunch breaks.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – November 13, 2012
Went in early and worked non-stop until lunch and then after lunch worked non-stop checking patients in and out and entering patient information until it was time to go home. I worked in mulitple doctorsmore... offices with the vacation relief/float pool.
I learned that each office has the same responsibilities but each doctor wanted things done their specific way.
My co-workers were dedicated and professional.
The hardest part of the job of working in the float pool is getting used to all the different doctors' offices individual way of doing things.
The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people and making new friends. less
helping other people and learning a new field of work
A typical day at work would entail me setting patients up to wash themselves, helping patients to get dressed and ready for PT/OT. Recording intake from breakfast and output for bathroom privilages. Makingmore... patients bed positioning patients for lunch and recordind intake and output again. Answering call bells through out the day for any assistance needed. I learned alot about time management. Management throughout Saint Francis was always helpful. I also learned alot from my co-workers. The hardest part of my day would be the constant post ops coming to the floor while trying to sustain care for the ones already settled. The most enjoyable part of my day is to cater to my patients making sure they are comfortable with a smile. less
Clerical (Former Employee) – Clerical – October 23, 2012
I lived and breathed SFH and was a real yes woman/rah rah type employee who was always there, always being a great cheerleader for the hospital, volunteer, very loyal, and happy it helped raise my family.more... I THOUGHT I would retire from there. I "retired" alright...they forced me out is what they did. I was told that I was being placed in a certain position to cool down two other employees that didn't get alone, even though they had worked together over 20 years. The second day in the position, the Lead person took me aside and told me that I was put in this position because they were getting rid of me and that is how they did it...was to give their unwanted employees to this particular Lead because she would make any employee want to quit. I was insulted in a very big way...I was shocked. I confronted my supervisor and was called a liar...she didnt try to encourage me that it was all wrong and that was not going to happen...no, she just told me that I was lying. I worked there longer than anyone else in that department and I really feel they were intimidated for some reason.
How does a loyal, solid employee with 25 years of golden reviews all the sudden be turned out and called a liar. How does that type of employee all the sudden become a loser employee in the matter of a few months? I will never understand how this hospital system let this happen. I reported this but to no avail...
I value my time spent there...some of the best working years but it is no longer the same place that it was. A lot has changed for the bad in the last 2 years there. I hope that the hospital outlives this "management" team that is dragging the hospital down and driving away what were once loyal, happy, and great employees. less
fair compensation competitive with city hospitals
shaky management, management making employees take the fall for themselves, manipulative management teams, management backbiting
Chaplain Resident (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 16, 2012
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital was a joy to work for. The staff and management is superb, dedicated and highly skilled. I learned a great deal and felt thoroughly part of the interdisciplinary teams on which I served.