Incorporates professionalism, sensitivity to cultural and linguistic diversity, and make use of customer service and satisfaction skills in every tran
Admitting Manager (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – November 13, 2013
Pros: promoting of a new family medicince clinic, street fairs
My years of service, has always been about the patients needs and wants without hesitation. Without the patients we wouldn't have jobs. I treated every patient with the same loving care and respect they deserve. As an Admitting Manager, there are different situations that you are faced with on a daily basis you have your patients with needs and you – more... have your staff with needs and wants as well. I can honestly say that every situation was handle in a respective and efficient manner. Every day is a learning lesson there was nothing hard about my job. I managed my daily duties very diligently with care for the patients and staff. I enjoyed my days working at Wyckoff Heights Hospital sad to say I was laid off after 10 beautiful years. – less
Medical Student (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – October 1, 2013
Typical day at work would include interviewing patients and performing a physical examination on them and observing residents and attending physicians perform medical procedures. To learn anything, a lot of it had to be self-taught.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Brooklun, NY – May 26, 2013
A wonderful place to work for where all the Doctors are sweet and know there stuff. There's nothing hard here if you know your stuff and they provide training with everything. the co-workers are also very nice you feel like you working with family.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – March 5, 2013
Pros: holidays off
You never what to expect. Working in a hospital enviorment their are many things that i have encountered yet every experience was quite enjoyable.I learned registration,billing and admitting .Management ran a smooth and productive. They were very hands on and helpful. My co-workers were the best. We were a team. Hardest part of the job i would say being – more... stuck working three shifts. Most enjoyable part was all the experience i gained while working there. I enjoyed working in the Labor & Delivery and the ER are the best departments (and Peds). I loved being a part of new life and enjoyed extending my help in support to those who grieved. – less
Positive Health Management was a SAMHSA funded project housed at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
Federal Government Evaluator (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – June 1, 2012
I provided consultative services as an Evaluator (2002-2005) to the project which was intended to document the integration of primary and behavioral health care. I guided the Principal Investigator in preparing the administrative and social service staff to evaluable by incorporating staff training, using uniform instruments (GYPRA), and client record – more... reporting order and techniques (SOAP Notes).
Our biggest achievement was that we skewed the national results of GYPRA initial and follow-up results at 92% at a time when most community organizations experienced difficulty of achieving the required 80% return. The overall experience acted as a catalyst for our co-authorship of (2007) Cultural Competent Healthcare: From Integration to Transparency. The manual documents the regulatory requirements and internal case manegement processes for the cultural competent integration of primary and behavioral healthcare. – less
Creating databases and spreadsheets; supervising three office Clerks.
Data Manager (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – April 30, 2012
I learned how to consolidate spreadsheets and databases in order to comply with JCAHO Core Measures. In addition, I improved my supervisory skills. I also learned how to prepare for and take minutes at hospital Executive meetings.
Registrant-Emergency Department (Former Employee), Brooklyn New york – February 24, 2012
Cons: part-time temp
Working at this hospital made me learn the importance to stay healthy. Registering patients to be seen by doctors was very personal and confidendal. Overrall it was a pleasure to help and assit those in need.