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Average Work place
Customer Service Rep (Current Employee), 1020 walnut street Phia PA 19107July 18, 2014
My typical day includes tons of emails and phone calls. I am responsible for resolving vendor and department problems so it can be stressful. The one best thing I can appreciate about this position is I can determine what I would like to work on daily.
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Working at Jefferson Hospital was great
Patient Registrar III (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAJuly 18, 2014
Pros: helping people that were in need of help being compassionate and caring
Cons: working late night
Scheduling new and follow-up appointments for Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Also scheduling procedures for patients such as Colonoscopy and Upper Endoscopy. Making sure to explain preps prior to patient coming in for these procedures. Management was great, co-workers were so hands on and helpful. The hardest part of this job was when some patients – more... were on the Liver transplant list it just hurt to see them go through so much. The most enjoyable part of the job was to just put a smile on there faces inspite of what they were going through and I would do that by being polite and courteous. – less
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Productive, great place to work
OR Scheduler (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAJuly 7, 2014
Pros: working there, period.
Cons: none.
This work environment is team oriented. Everyone does their share to give the best patient experience possible.
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productive and fun workplace
Practicum Student (Former Employee), Philadelphia,PAJuly 4, 2014
Everyday going to Lab and doing research work. Learned a lot of techniques such as PCR, SDS-PAGE, Agarose gel electrophoresis, induction, tissue sectioning, mice handling. Have mastered all these techniques. My co-workers are great and when I have a problem they help me solve the problem. The hardest part of the job is to do the technique right with – more... full concentration. The most enjoyable part is joking with the co-workers and interacting with them. – less
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Very positive work culture
Graduate Research Assistant, Research Co-op (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PAJuly 3, 2014
Thomas Jefferson is a great place to work at, with efficient people, fun-loving and always looking out for each other. Also, the research being conducted at the Radiology department is cutting edge and very advanced.
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Great Environment
Nurse Extern (Former Employee), Philadephia PAJune 30, 2014
Loving Institution taking care of patient, great mission and dedication towards each patient
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great place to work
Environmental Services Technician (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PAJune 11, 2014
Pros: higher of educaton oppurtunities
Love my Job! over10 years experience working here and great opportunities for advancement of education with great benefits
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Generally nice employees that work here
Environmental Services (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAJune 6, 2014
Pros: gym membership discount
Cons: culture shift
I enjoyed working here as I was an employee for 10 years. Self supervised was a plus but the lack of communication between departments was unsavory.
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Good place to work. Unfortunately, upper management does not act on some of the most prominant issues that hold their nurses back.
Staff Nurse, Endoscopy (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAMay 29, 2014
Pros: 45 minute lunch, center city eateries, conferences, great benefits
Cons: ten hour work days, commute
My unit has 10 hour shifts, with one late stay per week. We stay late about 98%. This is a University Hospital, so I have learned a lot about my specialty. The people I work with are "family" and that makes the job fun. After all, you are with them more than your family. On most days, I stand a lot and work physically hard. We have the capacity to do100 – more... patients any given day. We are committed to high patient satisfaction and most of the let us know how much they appreciate us. – less
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I take pride in upholding my organizations philosophy on excellence in patient care.
Temp to Perm (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PAMay 24, 2014
Pros: interacting with people on a daily basis and being apart of a learning enviornment
Cons: limited advancement
In order to be successful on the job a few factors come into play: dedication, preperation, communication, team work, efficiency and patient satisfaction. Working diligently with management and co-workers along with the skills I have aquired thus far have allowed me to progress in my contributions to the enviornmental services department. I have been – more... trained to properly sanitize patient and staff areas according to JCAHO compliance. I have also been trained in floorcare which I take great pride in. – less
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productive work place
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAMay 20, 2014
People are very interactive and supporting
provide help in the projects
my research project work was the one fascinated me the most.
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Excellent Collabration
Student (Current Employee), PhiladelphiaMay 19, 2014
Excellent Collaboration opportunities, wonderful staff and collegeaus
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Pharmacy Resident
Pharmacy Practice Resident (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAMay 18, 2014
Great people and very organized pharmacy
Up to date systems and policy development
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Fast-paced environment with room for growth
Pharmacy Technician/Inventory Control Manager (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAMay 7, 2014
Pros: department recognition
Cons: hours of operation, unfamiliar industry
I accepted the job of Pharmacy Technician after college graduation with no experience in the pharmaceutical field. I was thrust into the field and had to learn on the fly. My co-workers and the management team were extremely helpful in my progression. The starting pay-rate was very low and the hours were ever-changing, however, it was clear that growth – more... within the department was possible. I resigned after 9 months when I was offered a position in the field that I studied while in college. – less
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great patient care
Supply Processing Distribution Technician (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 29, 2014
nice place to work.. good benefits.. nice people ..good location
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love this place
Critical Care Technician/Telemetry/ICCU (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 24, 2014
One of the best places to work, I learn all my basic skills here. Everyone is so willing to teach, I was so open to learning. Some days was slow, however I love the rush, not only did the time go by fast, it was always something to be learned on the middle of an emergency. The hardest part of this job was the day I had to leave it behind. I love that – more... job – less
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Fun good pay
Custodial Service Worker (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 23, 2014
Pros: pay benifits hours
Cons: new micro managers
fun good pay annoying new management.. you earn money that you could only get with a degree doing work that requires only a diploma or GED
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Excellent learning experience
Nurse Extern (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 21, 2014
I assisted the RNs in nursing care including vital signs, tracheostomy care, wound care, patient safety and patient education in all units of the hospital including the MICU, SICU, Intermediate Neuro-Intensive Care Unit, Maternity, Emergency Department, Psychiatry and Cardiovascular Intensive Care. The experience was invaluable!
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productive environment
Data Manager (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 16, 2014
learned data management
collaborated with all aspects of clinical BMT program(physicians,nurses,etc.)
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Good company to work for but has no room for advancement without further degrees
CMA/ Billing & Referral Coordinator (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 14, 2014
Pros: patient service, meeting new people
Cons: not much room for advancement without further degree, company doesnt help much on transfering withing company even if over qualified
a typical day of work for me at tjuh starts once i walk through the doors. Patient care is a profession i take seriously. In my dept we see a total of 60 pts per day which can but are not venipunctures, claims, injections, referrals, research, pt counseling, charge entry, ekg/eeg and ordering medications. Working at TJUH i believe that ive grown as – more... a person and its also helped me become a better man. You quickly realize that helping people with their heath is a great deal. Management at TJUH is OK at best. This of course is only off of experience, so i guess if you have a great management team the sun definitely shines brighter. In my case i get along great with my co-workers. I would definitely consider some of them family. Unfortunately the hardest part of my job is the new managemen, so much that ive considered leaving TJUH. The best part of working at TJUH is helping and meeting new people. – less

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