**ACGME accredited one-year residency training providing a comprehensive experience in general medicine, both inpatient and ambulatory settings. **Training devoted to fundamental clinical skills development. **Successfully completed 37 weeks of rotations in Internal Medicine and related Subspecialties. ** Successfully completed rotations in Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine.
I had to leave due to personal issues but had difficulties with work load. There is too much work assigned to one nurse and at times it just gets worse. There are few efforts to relieve workload and it feels like the aim is to get the most from each worker over passing their limits. It's not about the money, but there's only so much a single person can handle.
Incomplete Records Analyst (Former Employee) – Aventura, FL – August 30, 2017
I enjoyed my time there i learned alot the training i received was very benificial to my future positions.It was a fast paced job and we had production goals which helped me realize how much i could achieve.
Good Position to get your foot in the door without a Medical Background.
Registrar (Former Employee) – Aventura, FL – July 6, 2017
I did not have a background working in any medical field. Is a good position to get your foot in the door and gain experience working for them. The doctors were welcoming and great to work with. Most nurses were welcoming but then had a couple that turn their nose up at you, my opinion. A few lazy co workers who loves to have conversation instead of register patients in a timely manner. I felt working as a PRN Patient Access Representative, you are the the bottom of the totem pole. Did not let that bother me. 30 min lunch, to get some food and get yourself together. Worked in the ER department. Some days were relax and easy, then times it can be stressful and nerve racking. You do spend alot of time on your feet registering patients with a mobile cart and laptop. Overall I would work here again, once you establish yourself with the team is a great work family environment.
Good Experience, 401k sign up after probation period
house keeping (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – June 7, 2017
I will always miss Aventura hospital. That hospital make you feel like home , they welcome you with happiness I love Aventura hospital.sometimes when I have some personal problem my manager always welcome me at her office to talk about what bothers me. Whenever I need help the staff from any other departments always feel free to help, that hospital is one of the best one.
Co-workers are very helpful, diverse and friendly. My position allows for creative latitude. Management assists in career development. It is a challenge not having a designated "Education Department" to use as a resource.
Management really doesn't care about providing the necessary staff and equipment to do the job. Yet, they still push you to do the work within certain time limits. After years working there, I can never remember a thank you from my supervisor. Huge turn around of personnel because of the using attitude of management.
I went to this hospital because it was 7 minutes away from my house, after working an hour away. Biggest mistake. It is unorganized. The people are argumentative. You WILL NOT be happy. They do not pay well. If your desperate and need a job, work here and tolerate the nonsense, if not, find another place to work.
Supportive environment with ups and downs. I have learned to keep my wisdom and humility whatever the situation was. In terms of management, they are really focused on the well-being of the staff and make sure nothing is missing in providing care to our patients. The system encouraged staff to work as a team with the implementation of "No Passing Zone." I am not sure if there is a hardest part of the job. What I may consider the hardest part is sometimes dealing with difficult patients, but I believe addressing their issue promptly will make a big difference. The most enjoyable part of the job is when my patient told me, "I am feeling better because the way you treat me."