My experience with Atlantic Health has given me the opportunity for professional and personal development in the ever changing environment of healthcare. A typical day could include strategic planning meetings, staff development and financial reporting for the practices. The hardest yet most enjoyable part of my job would be the interaction between our physicians, staff and patients, being there to assist and provide the best level of service to our community.
I would type the envelope packets including medical records with full-history reports and observations records, scanned physical exams reports ,X-rays, vital signs and additional films into medical records software as needed,Performed general clerical and administrative duties including administrative duties. I worked with a great set of nurses that were very kind and helpful.
N/A, prefer not to say (Current Employee) – Morristown, NJ – May 21, 2018
Mental health understaffed; very political place with a lot of red tape. Most positions landed based on who you know, little room for promotion. Manager has poor listening skills, focuses on petty things, & needs to address problems at source.
Decent pay, good co-workers, finally adding more parking for employees
political, uptight mngt, minimal room for advancement, management doesn't understand why programs struggle even if it's explained, understaffed
Front End Representative (Current Employee) – Summit, NJ – May 6, 2018
Whatever happens and you feel its wrong or unfair, whether its you or a co work. Just keep your mouth shut and don't bother saying anything. Make sure you get your job position and location in writing and signed or else you will be forced to travel from location to location if you are working in a private practice. Working in the hospital is better then working in a private practice. Don't learn to much or be smart or your taken advantage of. I learn that your in a lose, lose situation.
advancements, pay, benefits, able to learn.
management and coordinators in private practice setting. Employee parking.
If you want to care for patients that are kept in jail-like rooms in a program that's understaffed and super busy then this is the place for you. It's stressful and you're barely able to take a break. Patients languish there for days due to lack of beds. You barely have time to spend with patients because it's so busy (15 patients/shift or more). Forget room for advancement here; it's all who you know and very political. Upper management never takes any time to speak with direct care workers and really don't get it.
Decent pay, good co-workers; good patient providers
Understaffed, very high patient volume, poor computer charting system, awful patient rooms in crisis (look like depressing jail cells and people complain, hospital neglects mental health programs since they're not lucrative, very political place, poor management & human resources with too many managers, minimal room for job advancement in behavioral health
A Typical day at Morristown Medical center, for me, includes registration, insurance verifications, and customer service. the toughest part of the job is that management doesn't really care about there employees so its hard to grow within the company unless you have connection. The amount of years an employee has been here or his/her credentials don't really mean much.
OVERLOOK MEDICAL CENTER, PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Summit, NJ – April 20, 2018
The organization is growing in various departments. Job advancement is hard, unless you know someone working in that specific department. Staffing is in need of improvement and should be based on acuity. You should be allowed to submit to more than two jobs at a time and feedback should be provided as to why you were not considered for an interview.
Talent Associate- Accountable Care Organization (Current Employee) – Morristown, NJ – April 18, 2018
It a very stable company and great for working mothers. Lots of opportunities for internal mobility and advancement . Most groups do not support remote working which is a negative but it has many other positive aspects
Manager (Former Employee) – Morristown, NJ – April 16, 2018
New Leadership is not employee-focused any longer. Benefits have been revised to be more expensive for the employee. Paid Time Off is equitable, when compared to the other hospitals in the area. Pay is okay.