Medical Records Clerk (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 17 August 2016
I enjoyed working as St Mary's hospital. It's been 6 years I made great friends that I will cherish forever, The doctors are wonderful. The patients are so sweet and a pleasure to work for. I loved going to work everyday hardly missed a day it was pleasant to go to a job I loved. Unfortunately with the cuts I lost my job that i love so much. I will miss my co-worked my boss and mostly the wonderful patients.
Management and co-workers are awesome. Staff are up beat, willing to help when needed. If I were in the area to work again I wouldn't hesitate to go back here. I left to follow my fiancé to his work as a pharmacist out of state.
good staff good hospital to be a patient in good working experience
Medical Laboratory Technologist (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 29 January 2016
Great hospital to work in.....Management is great. working experience excellent.....a typical working day was form 8 am. till 4pm. or later. We collected blood samples and then analyzed them for irregularities. We would then take the completed test results to the floors where the patients were and return to the lab for more of the same all day. We occasionally were called to take out patient blood samples or run to ER. to perform a phlebotomy and return to analyze this sample immediately for the ER department. We worked most of the day in the lab on blood specimens from out or in patients. There was a lot of microscopic work done on blood samples during the day also. There were many frequent requests to run to a specific floor to obtain a blood sample for an immediate assessment. We also took heel blood samples from the babies in the nursery to make sure they were healthy and if not then many more trips to the nursery for more samples from the infant. But most of the day was spent in the lab working on blood samples for various tests specified by the doctors.
developed a good work ethic of punctuality accuracy and diligence in test performance
it was wonderful to see a patients results improve over the course of days or weeks.
Medical Secretary (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 8 November 2015
I was not paid for this as it was part of my school program. I got the chance to see how the hospital runs, and how a typical day of a doctors life is.
I called patients for their interview, entered their information in the system, I was left alone for an hour in the front desk of the doctors office just to test how ill deal with the incoming patients.
it was a delicate environment to work in as I was working in the neurology department.
Typically, I would coordinate the "Tumour Conferences" which entailed the presenting of New cancer pts by the oncologists.I Coordinated with pathology, other hospitals + transcription of all reports, letters, stats., purchases for dept. Most difficult part was having to cancel pts' appointments after they were called. Loved doing transcribing of doctors' dictations. Plus I transcribed for 2 other dept. Nephrology, Cardiology. Phones and appts. were entered. Although I did work with other employees the main part of my job was working without supervision autonomously. This was appreciated by the doctors as they depended upon my accuracy in the reports.
Patient Registration Clerk (casual) (Former Employee) – Camrose, AB – 8 July 2015
Working at St. Mary's Hospital was nothing short of exhilarating. The experience I gained only added to the knowledge I came in with from working in other medical facilities. The employees who I had trained under were very knowledgeable and showed the patience needed in order to properly train an individual in a highly stressful environment. The hardest part of my job was working late and having my teenage daughter take care of herself, without me being there. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to work with and somewhat getting to know the amazing employees I had the privilege to work with, I can only hope I left a positive impression with my co-workers at St. Mary's.
Senior Outpatient Clerk (Former Employee) – lacombe, cote des neiges, qc – 26 May 2014
very fast paced, helping retrieve files for patients being seen in outpatient clinics, the management was tough but fair, co-workers were great, hardest part of the job if you could not find a patient's file because it was misfiled, you knew it could be urgent if it had to go to the emergency. Knowing you made a difference and helped people.
good atmosphere, helping people, you had to be on top of your work.
Master Data Team Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 September 2012
- Process requests in SAP, SAP maintenance, Manage emails and clients - I'e learned SAP, better time management, excel - Coworkers were friendly, everybody did their job and had fun doing it - Management was more hands off and laid back (as long as you did your job) - Hardest part of the job was process truck routes because there was so many steps and the smallest mistake can have a huge impact - Most enjoyable part was processing all the requests for the day within that day and being able to leave early
atmosphere, free lunches and bbq's, cheap vending machines