Admitting Rep (Former Employee) – Lees Summit, MO – September 21, 2015
I was a patient registration rep. I enjoyed the people I worked with the nurses and doctors were amazing. Unfortunately they would not provide us with decent equipment to do our jobs. The work stations on wheels were junk. The laptops constantly going down. The supervisor all they cared about was either making sure you didn't bother them or micro managing you. Which made it unfortunate because it could be a great place to work. The hardest part was being micro managed and dealing with people who did not have emergencies yet thought just because they came into an ER their case was an emergency.
Good place to work. Supportive and fun co-workers. Enjoyed my time working there.
Laboratory Secretary (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – July 25, 2015
The typical work day was registering patient's, verifying insurance, and ordering tests. I learned the healthcare can be a stressful field and that you have to be caring and compassionate, you never know what someone may be going through. Management was good, as managers changed things got more stressful but that will happen with transition. My co-workers were some of the best I have ever had, very helpful and we supported each other. Dealing with the hospital staff proved to be the hardest part as education was needed to help them understand how things worked in the lab. I most enjoyed my interaction with the patients and getting to know them and their families.
Hospice Aide (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 19, 2015
The hardest part of my job is knowing the people are in the final days. Helping the families and patients feel comfortable and at peace as possible through this hard time is what makes this job worth while. My team i work with is like a family they are the best ive ever had.
Cutting edge, innovative care, great culture, awesome people to work with!!
Practice Development Coordinator (Current Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – April 30, 2015
Great teamwork! Awesome people who really care about their work and really do live our mission everyday of "Giving the healthcare we'd like our loved ones to receive"!!!!! Very supportive administration! Awesome leadership! Awesome hospital!! Awesome Care!!! Patients and families are at the center of everything we do!! Great work/life balance! Outstanding associates!!
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – April 30, 2015
Back in my senior year of High School, I volunteered at St. Luke's Hospital form 9am to 1pm every Saturday from June 2011 to November 2011. I volunteered at the Patient Access Center where I had to transport medical records to various departments and file paper work. On a busy day I would have to delivery about 20 medical records. I would have to do a lot of walking around the hospital, so you had to be fit. I had much responsibilities in my hands, if I sent the file to the wrong department, the doctor would not know the medical records of the patient and would be time consuming for doctor who has many other patients to examine. I learned about responsibility, observing, and to get the job done correctly and quickly volunteering at St. Luke's.
A good place to work everyone took an interest in you doing a good job
C N A/ Ward Clerk (Former Employee) – Racine, WI – April 4, 2015
Nursing assistant duties include getting patients ready for surgery. Helping patients get ready for the day by helping with their daily hygiene if they were notable to do it them self. Help physical therapy walk patients and help any way they needed
PATIENT TRANSPORTER (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 4, 2015
I enjoyed working there and learned alot from the different dept that i had to go to on a daily basis co-workers where always helping out each other whether in giving advice or participating in the asssign job Health and training, learning different things all the time every day
Outpatient Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – January 8, 2015
Daily review outpatient radiology procedures scheduled for the following week. Verify patients insurance eligibility and coverage, determine if referral or prior authorization is needed. confirm through Navinet or BC BS website to view if referral or prior authorization was submitted by doctors office. Contact Doctor's office to request necessary documentation. Call patients to pre register them and update demographic information. I learned to master a great deal of health insurance knowledge. The most challenging part was obtaining a prior authorization for a procedure scheduled with less then 24 hour notice.