Registered resiratory therapist (Current Employee) – Birmingham, Al – September 8, 2015
A typical night at work stay pretty busy between doing your assignment, helping co workers, and handling code blue and treat teams. The management is pretty good they are always willing to help. The hardest part of the job is time management. The most enjoyable part of the job is taking care of someone, helping someone get better, and being there for the families.
Great staff. Strong emphasis placed on patient and family care
RN Team Leader (Current Employee) – Birmingham, Alabama – August 31, 2015
the charge nurses on the unit I work are disconnected from reality of what my unit does. Geri-psych is really a med-surge floor with charge nurses who state constantly "You realize I'm not a medical nurse, don't you?" 12 patients maximum with staffing of two licenses, two techs, and a secretary. I have seen as many as 3 central lines with ABX, TPN, and blood products. Foleys, rectal and ng tubes, wound vac's, then add paranoia and schizophenia and multiple forms of dementia... Most psych nurses never return after a day up there!
lots of medical experience to go with the psych
Out of touch charge nurses with unrealistic expectations!
Supervisor Phlebotomy (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – July 28, 2015
Typical day at work is smooth most of the time. I have learned that not everyone have great work ethics nor integrity. Management is ok just a few flawed employees. The hardest part of the job is dealing with employees not wanting to work and give the quality care deserved by each patient. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was allowed to give the quality care that I so want for myself.
personal satisfaction for job well done
Supervisors in positions that are allowed to play favorites and kill employee morale
Part-Time Hospital Chaplain (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – July 21, 2015
I made rounds throughout the hospital to be available to staff. I visited families in several waiting rooms. I prepared and presented spiritual devotions for patients in four different psych units. I attended all "Code Blues" to support families and staff. There were assigned patients that I was responsible to visit during the 12 hour shift. All visits and activities were documented for continuity of care.
Great support and interaction with staff and patient's
Radiology Assistant (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – June 30, 2015
At Trinity, my workday consisted of calling different insurance companies to have patients approved for different outpatient procedures. I would have to give clinical information on why they needed the procedure. I learned many new skills while in this position. Management was great, they were so caring and willing to help anytime it was needed.
Ops Support (Current Employee) – Birmingham,Al – June 23, 2015
My typical day lasted from 8- 11 hrs and not including on-call Monday-Sunday twice a month. I do second-level IT Desktop support addressing service tickets, IT projects, maintaining PC inventory for redeployment, resetting Active Directory accounts, creating groups, adding users to groups, applying permissions to users, using Dameware\Remote Desktop to assist end-users with issues, and similar desktop ops. Working with 1900+ users, 1000 computers in a hospital environment keeps me on edge learning different apps through out the departments including HR, Finance, and the Business Office. My co-workers work together sharing information, rounding, and emailing\texting regular updates for future references. I use VPN(Virtual Private Network) from home, when on-call, to resolve issues of users or problems that don't need me physically on-site. Management stays busy keeping things working and the team working together along with assisting with the scheduled relocation of the 531 bed hospital in 5 months. This move is causing me to work harder, learn more in order to man one of the two locations until the move is completed within the next 2 years and that's enjoyable.
Insurance Service Representative (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 14, 2015
I arrive to work at 8:00 Monday - Friday ready to clock in and get my day started. I work patient accounts out of a workstation that is set up personally just for me & the accounts that I am responsible for. I go through each account in my workstation (HMO, PPO, Commercial, Workers Comp, Etc.) and review the whole account & determine what needs to be done in order to get our claim processed & paid as accurately & as soon as possible. This means checking status of claims online or by calling the insurance's customer service, having codes reviewed with our medical records dept, having the status of bill type reviewed with our case managers, etc. I am also responsible for working any follow up emails sent to me by my supervisor, manager or co-workers. I am assigned to work correspondence based on my alpha split that I am responsible for. I talk to insurance companies &/or the patients to get any & all info needed to have our hospital claims processed & paid in a timely manner.
Manager Central Registration (Former Employee) – Steubenville, OH – March 1, 2015
I enjoyed my career with Trinity Medical Center. I only left because I wanted more opportunity. I had completed my MBA and wanted to get into a facility where there may be an opportunity to advance without going into the Patient Accounting field.
PCT/CNA (Former Employee) – Bettendorf, IA – January 17, 2015
I loved working for Trinity Medical Center. Its a great place to learn and to help a lot of people and patience. My Management team are the best, they were very understanding and always there to help in anyway they could.
sometimes we would get free lunches. alot of the people i worked with were great
Great experience collaborating with all health care disciplines to promote quality patient care
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – January 5, 2015
In working in the Surgical Intensive Care unit at Trinity, I have had so many opportunities to think on my own and make decisions for patients while also having team and physician support. The environment that I work in is a teaching hospital, so I am constantly able to collaborate and learn from our physicians and residents. I enjoy that the facility is large and offers state of the art healthcare technology but still small enough to know so many employees by name. Working at Trinity has given me the best experience that I believe I could have had while preparing to work in an advanced practice role.
challenging patient population with no nursing assistant coverage in the intensive care setting