Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Palmer, MA – May 17, 2017
Very supportive and busy environment. Learned many different aspects of health care and health management as well as prioritizing and triaging. The staff was very supportive and cohesive. The long working hours were the hardest part of the job.
Insure the patient accounting office is running smoothly
Patient Accounts Billing Supervisor (Current Employee) – Palmer, MA – March 9, 2017
I review credit balances, ensure all employees have what they need to perform. Daily rounds to talk to the employees to make sure there are no issues. Provide feedback when needed, mostly to maintain an upbeat atmosphere during this transition.
Radiographer, Mammographer and CT tech (Former Employee) – Palmer, MA – January 29, 2017
Learned all modalities. Mammography appointments scheduled every 15 minutes. Management responsibilities are stretched. Managers have to be responsible for two or more department facilities. Moral is poor due to layoffs.
The Griswold Center of Wing Memorial Hospital has a fantastic group of staff who are dedicated to serve individual within the community who are in nee
Full time salaried clinician (Former Employee) – Palmer, MA – September 30, 2014
Provided outpatient psychotherapy for a large caseload of individuals with various life struggles and associated personal stress experiences.
Working there, I learned to adjust to the dynamics of hospital based management styles, while continuing to grow and learn as a provider of counseling services. The clients that I have served over the years have taught me the most with regards to the human experience, the impact of life stress and factors that facilitate resilience.
The changes in management, particularly within the Griswold Center, were of definite benefit to the morale and overall sustainability of the program at large.
Wing Memorial's Griswold Center has an excellent team of clinicians and support staff, who are very dedicated to their work. I miss them all very much.
The hardest part of the job was a universal concern impacting clinicians across the US. The ever increasing and growing mountain of paperwork and administrative mandates that consume our workdays, inevitably taking away from the time, energy and focus that we are able to place on the clients that we serve.
The most enjoyable part of the job was being witness to the transformation and healing process within those that I have served.
Supervisor Medical Records (Current Employee) – Palmer, MA – January 27, 2014
My days are busy which I like. I have learned a lot about computers, people, and working as a team. As far as computers I have learned different programs to do my job. I love learning new things. I usually come away from my job feeling satisfied that I accomplished a lot during the day. I manage my time well which allows me this feeling.
typical day at work usually involves checking all supplies at the start of shift. I learned how to deal with difficult patients both mentally and physically. management is not bad but there is need for improvement. most of my coworkers are easy and fun to work with. the hardest part of my job is psych patients and cardiac arrests. the most enjoyable part is when saving someones life.
Productive workplace however management does not care about employees
Managed Care Associate (Former Employee) – Palmer, MA – April 13, 2012
This was a great working environment however, I quickly realized that the only thing that concerns management is productivity. I would have loved some positive reinforcement and even a little encouragement, but all we received was criticism.