AR Specialist/Certified Professional Coder (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – July 15, 2015
I started out as a AR Specialist and have grown in two years have gained my certification. I love working for this company. I enjoy coming to work and working with my co-workers. The hardest part of my job is making sure I am up to date on guidelines. Over all I love my job.
The culture was not employee friendly and management made all the decision even though they are a Magnant facility
Nurse (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – August 14, 2014
University was the most challaging place I have every worked in my career. They had management who where not qualified for their positions make critical decisions that caused many problems within the facility. Nurses have not had a raise in many years yet were expected to provide care to 6 -7 patients a day. The new computer system has cause the nurse to care for the patient according to what the computer tells them to do, not what needs to be done. This was the worst work enviorment I have ever worked in. For a Magnet faciality, they were not employee friendly.
large patient load, no raise for nurses in many years, management made all decisons.
Network Engineer (Consultant) (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – October 18, 2013
•a typical day at work is modifying cisco devices for the manager •what you learned is to identify components of the F5 load balancer and the checkpoint firewall. •management was very good to me and directed me on the work that needed to get done. •my co-workers were very nice and instructive as to the work they wanted me to do. •the hardest part of the job was staging the checkpoint firewall for fine tuning by the UHCS staff in GAIA •the most enjoyable part of the job was every piece of hardware that I touched during the time of the contract.
Loved being able to help other people who was in need for assisting
Physician Locator Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – September 16, 2013
A day at work was like having a moment of excitement. You never knew what would happen, but it was interesting and fun. Being able to work with others was an experience of a life time, because I got a chance to learn people's personalities and learned how to cope and deal with different issues within the company.It was sometimes difficult to deal with stressful situations, but I learned how to be stress free and deal with any task before me. I truly enjoyed helping customers; such as patients, nurses, and other physicians get the assistance they needed and giving them the best customer service they deserved.