I mostly checked out patients throughout the day, managing patients files, handling incoming calls, processing medical records, RX calls, etc. This position has taught me how to manage stress, within myself as well as the patients. This is an ob/gyn where most patients are expecting. Talking the patients thru the labor process was definitely a hard task at first but I learned how to cope and become a great asset. The most enjoyable part of the position was interacting with the patients and staff and assisting the physician with any additional tasks to be completed.
very unprofessional, lack of communication through out the employees, no guidelines, administrator talks and tells employees things that she should not. No job security at all, I felt as though everything was based on how the administrator felt, no human resource department (the doctors wife is considered human resource) sorry that I left a major company to come to Seton