Medical Volunteer (Former Employee), Stockton, CA – October 14, 2014
Pros: met a lot of nice people
Cons: needs to be more clean
At St. Mary's Homeless Shelter i would give out flu shots to the people that are in need. I've learned that you should be appreciative with everything you got because one day it can all go away in a quick second. Helped me see everything in life different and be more appreciative.
Surgical Technologist - Operating Room (Current Employee), St. Louis, MO – April 25, 2014
Pros: each surgical procedure/surgery have a successful outcome
Cons: toxic attitudes and mentalities and intra-departmental division.
The job itself is enjoyable, knowing that your good work is truly a skill of good deed. In addition to being a part of the team in achieving a successful patient outcome.
We are servants unto the sick and it is of great importance that communication, responsibility, and accountability remain constant at all times. My hardest part of the job is when – more... the focus is taken off the most important person in the surgical suite-"the patient".
I am the cheerleader of the OR and enjoy coordinating fun events for Surgical Services in effort to build a close surgical OR team. – less
Customer Service (Former Employee), reno, nevada – April 25, 2014
Pros: medical benefits
Cons: no advancement
working in a call center helping members understand there insurance benefits and the processing of how there claims where processed. I learned how to explain and understand how claims are processed. I really don't have anything good to say about management except I was able to keep my job for all those years. Most of my co-workers was a gem to work – more... with. The hardest part of the job was dealing with some of my co-workers giving out incorrect information. the most enjoyable part of the job was helping those members to understand there insurance plans. – less
Admissions Receptionist (Former Employee), Athens, GA – April 21, 2014
Pros: the opportunity to learn about hospital operations.
Cons: i can think of no cons.
I worked part time on week ends as a Registrar. A typical day at work included answering phones, registering patients as direct admits and through the emergency room. Charts were made up on all patients registered. At the end of the work day the census was reconciled.
Myself and one other Registrar performed all required job functions without direct – more... supervision.
This was my first job in a hospital setting and as a registrar, it was a great learning experience learning first how patients are registered upon entering a hospital.
My co-worker and I became personal friends in out of the office setting.
The hardest part of the job was waiting for the chart on patients in the Emergency Room that the physicians had documented on and we had to wait until they decided we could have the chart, although they were finished.
The most enjoyable part was the gratification of assisting patients and family members. – less
CNA (Current Employee), Grand Junction, CO – March 26, 2014
I think working in the Hospital is a great area to see and learn new things all the time. The co-workers are great that I work with. They are always there if you need a hand with something. I love getting to see the patients increase in their health. It can be crazy how much someone can improve in just one day.
Spine/Neck Unit and Medical Surgical Staff Nurse (Current Employee), Richmond, VA – March 25, 2014
· Implement total client care through a team nursing process covering 4-7 high acuity clients per shift · Assess client status, use nursing process, work with interdisciplinary team (including physical therapy, occupational therapy, surgeons, and case management) and notifying physicians of clinical changes · Coordinate services, treatments and consultations – more... using ConnectCare computer system · Skills that have been used are as follows: Code Cart, CPR, PEG tubes, JP drains, hemovac drains, tracheostomies, ostomies, catheters (straight and foley), hospice care and surgical care – less
EI Service Coordinator (Current Employee), Bayside, NY – March 21, 2014
manage each cases with therapeutic services learned how to communicate with different families love the enviorment where i work at , with my co-worker feel frustrated when i can't locate the services for cases very enjoy to work in this field. when parent appriciate how you assist them