Over the course, as I began to see all the material and work come together, I felt a sense of accomplishment and felt very proud of what I had done over the semester. This learning experience has definitely opened my eyes and opened new doors for me professionally already.
My career for the Health Cluster is the profession of Medical Assistants. Medical Assistants are vital in the medical field. They must be comfortable conversing with patients and have to be organized, as they are handling important paper work.
My initial plan was to go back to school, because my boss at work is planning on retiring. I would like to take her position, within the next five years. I am currently a patient access representative or more commonly known as a registration clerk for St. Vincent Mercy Hospital. I am not one hundred percent sure that I want to pursue this now, our department was just outsourced. After hearing all of my bosses concerns, it makes me question if I want to stay here at all. My last day is the 16th of July as a St. Vincent employee. A company named R1, which was formally called Accretive Health, is our new employer and will be taking over patient access associates on July 17, 2017. I have been here for over ten years, and love everyone that I
Working at KTXT was the best experience I have had in my professional life. I learned so much at that station that I have no choice but to donate to it when I actually make a decent living. I started out as an fall intern for a semester after taking the previous summer off from school. I always wanted to work in radio, and this was finally my chance to make that happen. And BOOM...I excel at the production side of things! I taught myself years before how to edit video, so editing audio just came natural to me. My production director was relieved that she did not have to teach another student how to edit audio. I was in! I was killing it; editing live shows, sports broadcast, promos, news stories, and then the end of the semester was creeping
I believed this is God's calling to me to join The Careline Team.The final confirmation was last Sunday when Gary Hone the Careline manager spoke and explained what the Careline is all about. It was been more than two years I have attending in One Community Church every Sunday. I'm looking for a work serving God aside from attending the church.I have heard The Careline Team before and their invitation to join.I said to myself this is what I want to do but I don't have a counselling background.I keep on thinking about this until finally Gary Hone give me an understanding about The Careline Team. It was just tonight after Gary Hone come to my place and interviewed me about my interest to join the team. I believe this is the right work for me
My job at Mercy Health Saint Mary Campus was ironic. Most of the experiences that I acquired were different from what I have learned from FSU. At the college, I learned the basic computer hardware, software, and operating system. I took a class on how to repair computer by taking
I was lucky enough to be able to do my intern at the same organization that I am currently employed with; JBFCS at a division located in Bay Ridge called JBFCS Bay Ridge Counseling Center. What I did during my stay there was mainly
When I first came to CNU for my interview to get into CNU. They were talking about the leadership program asking me if I knew about it and I did. But I thought to myself why would this great program want me, yes I did same community service and was captain of my Field Hockey team. But I was always the one to support people the one someone went to for help in a class or emotion support because my friends thought I was good at reading people I didn’t believe that, though. Why would this program want me! is what I thought but my family convinced me to apply what is the downside if anything I could tell my family I told you so. Which know looking back I see how completely wrong I was, thinking I was not even going to get into college. When I got
My experience with EHR has been generally positive. I'm not that greatly familiar with them but from what I've seen, it has been really great when it comes to accessing patient charts and history. It helps to organize and improve quality of patient care. The components of the EHR include the patient management component, the
I am a person who easily adapts to different professional and social environments. I have demonstrated ability to adapt flexible work practices during my employment with Prime Tooling and Blue Fox Systems. My ability to work flexibly was a key component of my employment with Blue Fox Systems. The office culture at Blue Fox was very fast paced and reactive in nature. It required constant attention to detail, the ability to re-prioritise, and flexibility. Being an IT organization, the pressure and demands upon each staff member required that we were able to take on whatever duty or priority task was required at the time, either as a member of a team or as an individual. In my daily work, I am flexible to leave what I am working on and assist
Not getting accepted into Lane Tech was one of the most difficult things that I’ve experienced . There are so many reasons why I love the school and why I want to attend Lane. My first experience at Lane Tech was participating in the 7th/8th grade soccer camp
So I would like to point out I do work for a few different businesses in Southern Maine, but my job at the Cross Insurance Arena is slightly different. We are under new management which is overseen by Comcast Spectator which runs multiple venues throughout the country. And in the case of Cross Insurance Arena full time employees are told that, “The Cross Insurance Arena can’t afford employee parking,” therefore there’s always been a struggle to find a parking let alone pay for it.
To begin my experience of gaining access to my health record, I started off by calling my family physician office to book an appointment for June 26th, 2015 – a weekend I was going back to Parksville for a family event. As I was booking my appointment, I mentioned to the receptionist that I would like to view my record during my appointment. She was very kind in the matter and said it would be no problem and to ask my doctor during my visit. On June 26th, at the end of my appointment with my doctor I asked him to see my health record, which was already in front of him, he was more than happy to let me look at it and answer any questions I had.
2 weeks after our initial preferences were submitted, I was connected with a few members of the TMT group. Speaking with the analysts over the phone, I really enjoyed the conversations and began to believe TMT would be a great fit. Due to my late contact with the team, I did not receive an interview with TMT. After attending all of my meetings on placement day, I met Julia Druckman and Nash Abu-Zahra and discussed the possibility of me joining the TMT group. They suggested I talk to HR. After our talk, I went downstairs and spoke with a few members of HR. They suggested I rank the groups I interviewed with but add in this comment section where I would rank TMT.
Goals: I found all of our simulations very interesting today. I gained an enormous amount of information which I am sure will enhance my skill performance. Our instructor was very helpful in explaining fetal monitoring and how to interpret the strips. I thought that she did an amazing job explaining how to read the strips and answering the questions we all had. I feel more confident about this material than I did prior to coming to clinical. I would have to say that learning more about this is one of