TRANSPORTER (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – December 12, 2018
Fellow employees are GREAT, but management gets a thumbs down. The employees always make sure the hospital is covered no matter the cost to them, or their families. At least the good ones, and that's about 98% of the employees I know. Hospitals overworks their employees, and is always short staffed because they are constantly trying to save money.
Stamford Hospital is a great company to work that offers great healthcare benefits and tuition reimbursement. There are always growth opportunities and you are encouraged to take advantage of these opportunities.
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) – 1351 Washington Blvd – November 6, 2018
Working claims, denials and calling insurance companies for payment on accounts. Management was fair, could speak with them about any thing, culture is the best. Hardest part of the job was getting the insurance companies to process some claims, so you would have to call them a couple of times before a payment was sent out to the hospital. Most enjoyable part of the job was helping the patients get their claims processed without having to bother the patient with any questions.
Department functions and meetings to keep you informed about what is going on within the hospital.
I enjoy working at Stamford but prefer working closer to home, my young children need their mommy available and Westchester is now my preference . I hope to find a location close to Scarsdale with breast imaging , since that is my speciality
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – October 11, 2018
Stamford Hospital is a great place to work. The care, quality and time given to patients is excellent. Work environment is great. Benefits are good and opportunity to grow and advance. If I'm ever sick or need surgery that's the hospital I would choose.
SOCIAL WORK MANAGER (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – September 22, 2018
Very apparent disconnect between upper management and employees. Incompetence is rampant in this organization and those less skilled advance as long as they know the right people. Hard work and high morales are rewarded with termination. Look elsewhere.
Central Processing Technician (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – September 18, 2018
Poor management - zero communication about anything except for problems and admonishment. Very poor morale. Staff not treated well. Staff does not get along with each other - a lot of long-term toxic attitudes. This place is just a hardship to work for in many ways. Very depressing atmosphere.
Patient Business Services - Contractor (Current Employee) – Stamford, CT – June 3, 2018
I really enjoyed my time at Stamford Hospital. The company strives to provide a healthy lifestyle and work environment for its employees. It also offered a lot of fringe benefits such as discounts at local delis andon site massages for its employees.
An ideal facility which encourages autonomy, development, setting no boundaries between management and workers! all decision are based on the decisions of all; allowing all levels to vocalize their need and ambitions!
employee parking 10 minutes away by shuttle but very much work the ride lol
Customer service (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – May 7, 2018
A typical day at work I need to Support staff to Patient registration, Customer service, orientation to patients within the hospital , answer phone calls. Working as a support for patient registration helped me to treat people from different cultures. A very quiet and very organized work environment. The hardest part of this work was to make the patients understand that we had to follow a work procedure established by the Hospital. The most enjoyable part was seeing the patients satisfied by the service provided