Outpatient Coding Analyst (Current Employee) – Port Huron, MI – February 11, 2018
i love port huron hospital but the coding department was outsourced to anthelio and it has been a nightmare since.outpt coding was all sent to offshore coders as it is cheaper not the quality but cheaper as in money so everything changed when that happened.
great people community hospital just perfect to work for
getting outsourced to anthelio only three original coders are left
Outpatient Coding Analyst (Current Employee) – Port Huron, MI – April 15, 2018
horrible place to work for after mclaren took over outpatient work all sent to offshore coding people much much cheaper to pay them than USA coders just want to get rid of you then tell stories about your productivity
horrible management everything sent to offshore coding
Coder/Medical Records (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – January 8, 2018
Great job until McLaren took over and outsourced a bunch of our jobs to a outsource company- who in turn outsourced our work to India.. a lot of my co-workers lost their jobs after years of work there just so McLaren could put money in their pockets!
mgmt. poor- no job security- they didnt care about you
Coding Educator (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – October 9, 2017
I had a very long career here; started out without experience and was given on the job training and advancement. However, with change of upper management --the environment lacked integrity to which I was accustomed to; therefore I left
Secretary (Former Employee) – Nursing Administration – July 6, 2017
Performed secretarial duties such as answering the phones, booking rooms for meetings, typing for most nursing directors and risk manager, other general secretarial duties such as fax machine, copier, etc.
Supervisor, Department of Hematology (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – April 17, 2017
I managed the sections of Hematology and Coagulation. Taught Hematology and Coagulation in the hospital's School of Medical Technology. I was the Laboratory's Quality Assurance Coordinator. Participated in "Hello Hospital", a program for elementary school students. Set up fine needle biopsies in conjunction with the Department of Radiology.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – March 30, 2016
I volunteered at port huron hospital, and waited for different floors to call the phone they gave me, and then i would go to that floor and get a patient and take them to the front door with a wheelchair..
Registered Nurse-Traveler (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – August 28, 2015
Conscientious, integrity driven Registered Nurse with a strong clinical background in an acute care setting, providing attentive care to patients with health challenges and medical emergencies. I possess a proven ability to work under pressure in fast-pacedemergency rooms, dedicated to ensure stabilization and successful patient outcomes to diverse patient populations. I am skilled in maintaining proper lines of communication to the health care team, patients and families for the delivery of safe effective patient care.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – March 19, 2015
You were on your own for most of the day, basically in an office with little contact with patients, unless on the phone. Once in a while I was needed to do an injection of a medication or to help take someone to the hospital for an impatient stay.
PAA II (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – October 13, 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed my first year of employment with PHH as an Emergency Department Registration Rep, I learned a lot and felt respected by the entire team. There were some changes made to the process of registration during my second year of employment instead of registering patients primarily in the triage area we went into each patient room to register them. This was not always an ideal situation as some people were intoxicated/under the influence of narcotics and could be unpredictable in so far as the safety of the registrar. That aside I did still enjoy mutual respect from my ED co-workers. I also had support from a very caring manager.
Good Co-workers, flexible scheduling options
Interactions with patients/patient families without support of other co-workers.
Hospital Receptionist (Former Employee) – Port Huron – September 2, 2014
Answer all phone calls. Transfer phone calls to Dr. or to a patients room. Answered any questions that a patient might have concerning a doctor schedule or offering a website to better educate the patient or loved ones.
Nurse Aid (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – July 11, 2014
it was a great place to work. the only problem was the ever changing mamagement and the patient load on the floors for nurse aids. having a even flow of management in and out made the job hard to do accuratly and to the new managements standards.
Had fun working at Port Huon Hospital liked most of the people that worked in my departement
Customer Service/Insurance Verification (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – April 4, 2014
It was great working at the hospital. I felt that if you supervisor did like you the found a way to get rid of you. That their was like a "pet" and those people could make mistake after mistake and are still there. I learned a lot in my 16 year that I was there. I enjoyed working with most of my co-works we all worked as one and most days went smoothly.(I know everyone don't get along), I found that someone made a mistake over and over again and would say they never did or do that it hard to work with some one like that. Some days were busier then others but I like that the fast pace most days.
got free lunches some time thur out the year
Some people took more breaks then they should have would take one with out telling others.