A productive and caring workplace
Paid Administrative Intern (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – September 24, 2015
The management did well with keeping the office organized and productive. The doctors and other staff members were kind, hard working, and diligent to achieve what needed to be done every day. All of the employees were welcoming, friendly, and helpful to each other as well as the patients. While there, I learned how to use a clinical module program designed to hold all patient information. I was in charge of looking up patient records and editing a worksheet of each patient. Such as example would be if a patient had a recent appointment and their record profile indicated it but the tangible worksheet did not. I would write their latest appointment date and what lab work/ evaluations were done during the appointment onto this worksheet. the purpose of having a tangible worksheet was so that the nurses could keep track of patients more easily without constantly having to log on to the computer to find information about a patient. The hardest part of the job was learning how to use the clinical module program. The most enjoyable and rewarding part of the job was the fact that I was helping the nurse I worked with to do most of the paperwork/ computer side of the job while she examined patients.
Free lunches were provided on approximately two days of each week.
The work got very repetitive.