Radiology Tech Assistant (Current Employee) – Brookline, MA – February 13, 2019
A suitable day is married with a engaging focus on accepting all patients in a Hospitable fashion. thus it neva the most suitable place t o welcome the reddissent feelings that renders one dysfunct or in manner beaconing aid. It graces lot of hands the team work needed to offer that much precision on a level where everyone is Individually sorted to the level of non discerning of character flaws but just that of bodily incapabilities.
Returning to and from the waiting rooms each time with someones story of being under the weather or being gobble up by the neverending time. which is most culpable of our existence on this planet caller Earth. Such times taken serves to gather a little muster to put a smile on ones face when not in a good state.
Furthering the light is those of the elders and our senior staff to teach you when things should be done in a different fashion or when you yourself need a shoulder to lean on. They say the ER is a entity in itself. I wanted to see my self in the field a little more involved thou some say that you are in the place where you are suppose to be.
I am willing to see if the career i have gathered astounding knowledge on self and self healing..and basic human caring can take me to higher heights however i know that looking forward., it's a place of enduring fragilities and enduring qualities every step of the way.
Financial Counselor/Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – January 16, 2019
Making sure all patient had insurance for all patient that didn't have and needed help to apply for Mass Health or disability thru Mass Health. Ran reports to capture the patient that didn't have insurance that where inpatient or came thru the emergency room.
Practice Coordinator/Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Chelsea, MA – December 28, 2018
Fun place, nice people, the work culture is very welcoming and friendly. People treat each other with respect no matter what. A typical day at work can be easy going to a day where is very busy, but at the end of the day you end up helping a patient in way or the other.
Staff Nurse- West Campus Operating Room/CVI (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – December 16, 2018
overall i enjoy working here but it’s obvious when you’re not “in the click”... therefore it can be difficult to build trusting relationships, not feel uncomfortable during incidents of favoritism, or be confident in support from management
Receptionist/Volunteer Services (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MA – January 6, 2019
This is a part time volunteer position. I work one day a week for four hours. Occasional fill in on other days as requested. I enjoy the people that I work with, both full time employees and other volunteers.
Post-doctoral Research Fellow (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – January 8, 2019
Post doctoral researcher position in Nephrology that I feel is typical to most academic research positions. You have a lot of freedom to pursue your interests, but that comes at the expense of a lower salary in the current climate of academic research in America.
Administrative Assistant II (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – January 22, 2019
Meet and greet patient with a smile, when checking them in for schedule appointment.
● Greeted, registered and directed patients. ● Answered phones and took detailed messages for physicians ● Data entry of patient’s demographic, insurance, referrals, and PCP information. ● Scheduled appointments, follow ups, CT, MRI, Ultrasound and labs. ● Coordinated patient care with other departments
Patient Care Assistant, NICU/Special Care Nursery (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – November 9, 2018
I worked here as a PCT in a unit for 1.5 years. I graduated nursing school during this time and hoped to be able to gain a new grad position, which 2x during my job search process was posted. I applied to both and manager knew.
This unit has 99% nursing staff that is Caucasian, despite a diverse patient population. That being said, since they like to hire internal, I was hoping I could at least have an interview, especially since I was told that I would be considered. I know many coworkers put in a good word for me, but I was never contacted at all or even acknowledged that I applied.
It disappoints me, and by no means do I think I am entitled to a position, I just wanted an opportunity to interview and to be considered because I really loved working there and the patients. I hope in the future the staff will diversify to reflect the patients better.
Fellowship Coordinator (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – January 20, 2019
I worked closely every day in Hematology-Oncology, which in itself was difficult because the Fellows dealt with cancer patients; however watching the doctors grow from the time they came in until the time the graduated was an exciting and enriching experience. I enjoyed the interaction and planning process of their educational experience. The hardest part of the job was watching them graduate and move on in their careers.
Patient Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – February 7, 2019
The patients are wonderful, but my co-workers were terrible people. It was literally unbearable working at Rosenburg. I found myself helping other patients who were not even assigned to me. Why you might ask? Because my co-workers just ignored their calls.
Some times I eat the patents crackers without telling them
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 19, 2018
Management and coworkers were positive influences within the hospital. While my time here was limited and temporary, it could have become a permanent position if I had chosen. Like anywhere, if you work hard, you will be recognized for the effort and promoted.
Ancillary Department (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MA – January 17, 2019
This hospital continues to grow, yet they don't see a need for more staff. There are not enough beds/rooms for patients, they get stuck in holding areas with only curtains for barriers. I would not go here for treatment or recommend it.