Contact Center Agent (Current Employee) – Frederick, CO – May 30, 2017
A typical day at work would be scheduling appointments, confirming appointments and taking messages for providers. I have learned many things but the most important I would say is to keep my composure and learned to be a great listener. During my time in Salud Family Health Centers I have had two different managers both different in their own way but great leaders who have made me do better in life and at work. I would describe our workplace culture as unify. Is very easy to get along. The hardest part of the job would be that everyone's needs are different and sometimes that makes the job a bit difficult depending on the patient.The most enjoyable part is I get to speak with different people and I love the feeling of being able to help others. It makes me feel content and proud of what I do.
Externship Student (Former Employee) – Fort Lupton, CO – August 20, 2016
I did my externship at Salud. Staff was very helpful and very friendly. Great working environment. I learned a few extra things that I didn't learn in school and several different techniques to do certain tests and procedures. Hardest part of the job was giving children vaccines. I enjoyed working with others and the friendly environment. Overall it was a great experience
Medical Support Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Lupton, CO – October 26, 2015
I enjoyed working for a Community Health Center. Our patients were 90% Spanish speaking. Our mission was to serve the poor and uninsured. I enjoyed my co-workers we all worked as a team to accomplish our tasks. I did not think that there was anything hard about my job. I was there for 20 years.
fun and productive when helping all patients on my schedule
Enrollment Specialist (Current Employee) – Fort Lupton, CO – January 24, 2015
My job is to provide excellent customer service in a respectful manner always willing to help others in any way possible. Confidentiality is a must in the medical environment. We work in a team and not as an individual. The hardest part of this job is when you were not able to help a patient at a 100% not being your fault but other reasons that go with the duties you have and the requirements some programs have and patient does not meat. The easiest part as an enrollment specialist is helping others with the hear. That should be natural in someone in the medical environment.
Medical Support Manager/LPN/Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Longmont, CO – October 22, 2014
A typical day at work as a Medical Support Manager involved a lot of multi-tasking though out the day. I learned how to multi-task, increased patience and tolerance of all staff. I enjoyed working will all the staff, but did have problems when staff's work ethic would dwindle at times. The hardest part of my job was trying to talk to patients who were irate and all they wanted to do was yell and vent. The most enjoyable part of my job was the reward of helping others on an ongoing and daily basis and the gratitude I would receive in return either from patients and/or staff.
Medical Billing Extern (Former Employee) – Fort Lupton, CO – April 9, 2012
This company was an excellent place to work. They were all very kind and understanding and they would help in any way I needed it. This was a college externship. Had I had known how to speak spanish then I could have gotten hired on.