There are multiple opportunities at this hospital, if you can work with HR to get an interview. There have been some recent, needed changes under the new President which is a very positive and encouraging thing.
Physician (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 22, 2017
I learned more in my short time here than I did in all my rotations as a student. Attending is always available to teach and provide guidance. If you are willing to learn, this is an outstanding place to be.
Medical Practice REP-SPP (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 7, 2017
During my work experience at life bridge health I was fortunate enough to have experienced firsthand and learned, many different sides of what goes into a project, the general process of how a my day starts...... first I log onto my personal computer.. sign in 4-5 different systems that (The Krieger Eye Institute) uses. I'm usually first one to be in the office and the last one to leave the office of the work day. I check all my emails from mangers before scheduled patients start walking in the office.I best part about the day is making my patients laugh. The worst feeling I have is seeing patients come in the office in pain. The the most I do is try to put an smile on their face and make the check in process go fast and smooth.
Medical Practice Rep (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 21, 2017
When I worked at the actual hospital i loved interacting with the patients and families.I worked at Maternal Fetal Medicine. I did inpatient/outpatient billing. Scheduling for ultrasounds and consults w/three high -risk doctors. Checked in patients for appointments, prepared charts for next business day. My manager was very respectful and hands on. the coworkers were team players
histotechnologist (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 18, 2017
worked there since i graduated with my degree in histology; very dynamic and caring staff. willing to make sure you are happy in your position. great benefits and the best training. the hardest part was leaving.
I was very green in my career when I worked for LifeBridge and Sinai. I've grown quite a bit since then. I would consider going back to the organization. The culture and focus has changed for the better in both strategic direction and clinical outcomes. That is a shout out to all of the people they have on staff.
This has got to be the worst job i ever worked. I was only employed here for 3 months. The shortest time I've ever been a a job. Management was disrespectful and did not know how to engage with her employees
This hospital offers a rich experience for the student echocardiographer wishing much hands-on experience in performing echocardiographic studies on patients and being guided on correct procedures and techniques.
Lots of hands-on experience, guidance from the professionals on staff.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 24, 2017
I learned alot about Medicare billing and Medicare FSSO system. As a jewish hospital I wasn't able to show my Christian faith. Never able to say Merry Christmas, had to said Happy Holiday. I did learn about the jewish faith that was foreign to me.