Clerical Associate II/Medical Records (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – August 6, 2018
The Staff that I worked with were Great people to work with Most of the time.Helpful at times,Would consider going back. For temp assignments..The locations are good a lot of shops and great places to eat.love the area for that.....
Technician (Former Employee) – Outpatient services – July 11, 2018
On our feet for 12 to 16 hours with only a 30 minute break. No time to use the bathroom. And our clinical leader very disrespectful and always making negatives comments. She was the only nurse the knew everything. She made people feel like you were worth nothing.
No breaks, work long hours and not being able to use the bathroom.
organized and productive, good place to lean and improve at
Staff Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Elmhurst, NY – June 24, 2018
typical day would be preparing for the day in the outpatient department. we process prescriptions through out the day as patients come in. verified by pharmacist, and given to patients when they come to pick up. talking to patients and doctors to sole problems if they come up, supervising technicians as well. team work is very important since its a very busy hospital because without team work the flow will be disturbed and mistakes can easily happen.
a good place to lean and add to your experience
launguage barrier makes it harer to communicate with patients
Patient Information Administrator, Front Desk (Current Employee) – Elmhurst, NY – June 15, 2018
for Elmhurst hospital you need a lot of patience, there's going to be a lot of people at the front desk asking you for a lot of information of patients, you just need to remain calm, and don't take things personally and do what you can at your best rate, you can see very touching things.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – June 12, 2018
For a company whose tagline is "Healthy Driven," they sure seem to be money-driven more than anything. The past several months, the focus has been on quality lists: how many patients had their diabetic eye exam, how many had a physical, what percentage are still outstanding, etc. We all know these quality lists are not even about quality, they are about making more money. And even if they truly were about quality, it has come at the expense of more urgent patient needs: for example, a patient needs a prior authorization for a medication or needs an urgent form filled out, but so many staff members are assigned to quality projects that there is only one person handling the urgent requests, so they are extremely delayed. If we make our concerns known to our manager or even escalate it to higher levels of management, it is brushed off as "just a time management issue" as if people aren't routinely working extra hours off-the-clock just to make sure it gets done. People are being hired who are massively underqualified or not the right fit for the job just so they can say we are fully staffed and have no excuses for things not getting done, but those of us that are skilled are spending so much time cleaning up the newbie's messes that we get even less done than before when we were understaffed. It has gone from a place I enjoy working at, to a place I go put in my eight hours for a paycheck and leave.
WIC Program - WIC Dietitian (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 6, 2018
a typical day fluctuates at times, I learned time management. The hardest part of the job is that documentation takes a lot of your time. the most enjoyable part is when you help patient with their goals.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Elmhurst, IL – May 6, 2018
Excellent teamwork. Fellow staff and management willing to help in the training process, aa well as cross training for other positions. A teaching hospital linked with local colleges in their nursing programs.
Patient Access Associate (Current Employee) – Elmhurst, IL – May 2, 2018
As float person i had the opportunity to work on so many nice and enjoyable office branches I worked alone and with patients a huge load off patient. Patients are need to be register and see by the provider on a very fast environment and very stressful situation