Front Office Administrator/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 November 2013
I learnt a lot at MSH I was a pro at what I was doing. Until they had budget cuts. I triaged every call and patients that came to the office seeking to see a nurse. I was able to get my patients in and out in a reasonable time frame.
Hospital setting and overwhelming as this is one of the best hospital
Student Placement (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 March 2017
I only had the chance to work as a student placement when I was finishing my program in Medical Office Administration in 2007 . I had the pleasure to had the chance to work in their nursing administrative department.
Medical Office Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 February 2017
Wonderful work environment. Staff was very professional and caring and the patients were a pleasure to assist. Multi faceted training provided, including EMR systems and patient medical record processing.
Medical Secretary and Psychology coordinator (Former Employee) – Canada – 26 January 2017
A typical day at work would be very busy but enjoyable at the same time as i am very passionate about what i do. Working in the Psychiatry Department I learned a lot more about mental health and the services provided.
There were four Secretaries in the office I worked in all working for different consultant's within the department. My colleagues and I worked great as a team, helping each other out with extra work flow within the office.
The hardest part of the job was sometimes dealing with very angry aggressive patients. These situations was something I could handle as the training provided gave me all the information and techniques I needed to know.
I gained a lot of experience in this job role. The most enjoyable part of the job was going to the gym on my lunch break which was in the Hospital itself.
Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 December 2016
Working with a whole bunch of women who manage the department was absolutely terrifying. You could tell that they despised men and that they were sexist - all of their "receptionists" were men. In short, I was let go because I was too popular. They even tried to spread vile lies about me when I was let go, and they didn't have the proof to substantiate this. The compensation was half decent but, you need to be a "yes" person or you will find how easily they would flex their powers to show you out the door. The hospital management is as corrupt as they come. They do favours for each other and how they stay in a power of position. There is a lot of hush hush meetings and there is very little accountability.