Job Shadow (Former Employee) – La Plata, MD – February 5, 2016
Best place to work. Employees communicate with one another. I act questions when I am confused. The best part of my work is making sure all of my residents are comfortable. Providing care and treating my resident with love and respect makes my day.
Manager, Patient Financial Services (Former Employee) – La Plata, MD – June 6, 2012
It was not a friendly atmosphere to work for in the Business Office. It was very stressful and the management expected the staff to work for below market value and expect supervisors and managers to work more that 40+ hours per week without any type of compensation.
ER (Former Employee) – La Plata MD – June 15, 2015
I did learn a lot about insurances and helping grieving family members cope with death. Most Co-workers were great, some a little catty, but that's typical when a bunch of females work together. The ER is used basically as a clinic so it stays packed so very busy environment. Upper management is a joke and favoritism is definitely present.
every other weekend and stuck on a shift before an offer of another comes along
Medical Records (Former Employee) – La Plata, MD – July 2, 2015
Typical co-workers. Some have work integrity, others don't. Challenging tasks but I like that. Worked my hardest like most of my colleagues but management is so unstable. They see staff mistakes but not theirs.
Advising workplace and taught me how to behave in an office
Volunteer - Human Resources Department (Former Employee) – Waldorf, MD – February 15, 2015
I was about fourteen or fifteen while volunteering at Civista Medical Hospital, now called St. Charles Regional Center. I was required to be there at 8 a.m. and to stay until 4 p.m. That was a pretty long day for me because I was so young. I was to file patients' folders in alphabetical order, print, and occasionally answer the phone. I was given an hour for lunch and majority of the time I brought my own. The head secretary, who I volunteered under was a really nice lady. I don't think there was anything too difficult about volunteering in the HR Department, but the most enjoyable part would have had to have been learning how to behave in an office setting.
88 hours community service, learning to file papers
Laplata, MD (Current Employee) – Maryland – October 8, 2012
A typical day at work consist of greeting patients and signing them into the emergency room. After the greeting process is complete, and the patient has received a triage screening, the registration process can begin. From working in this department I have learned about the different insurances and how good customer service can impact a patient. The most enjoyable part of the job is when a patient tells you, that you've really helped them. In our department we are usually seen as "just getting the money" so when patients acknowledge something that you did for them, it is a good feeling. The hardest part of the job is when patients take thier frustrations out on the staff.
Patient Ambassador (Former Employee) – La Plata, MD – October 2, 2013
It was a great place to work. The management was willing to help me to learn so I could advance in the company. The job here was not really hard at all because all I had to do was go and talk to the patients and find out what would make their stay better.