Clerical Assistant (Current Employee), 80 bond, Health Center at 80 Bond – September 17, 2013
Typical days are very busy, everyday is a learning experience. management is there when you need them. Co-workers are great very helpful. They hardest part of the job is trying to reach patients on a timely mammer. Enjoy helping patients and seeing them smile and how appreciated they are when you help them.
Excellent place to work, had an amazing experience being a student here
Consolidation Nursing Student (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – September 11, 2013
St. Micheal's Hospital is an excellent place to work and have a student placement. I enjoyed my time there and would definitely love to work there again. I have learned so much important information regarding the ins and outs of nursing. The staff there is excellent. All of the nurses on the unit I was placed on were exceptionally friendly and supportive – more... of new learning. The work environment was always positive. I loved going to work there as a student every shift. – less
I loved working in a hospital environment with compassionate people.
Accounts Assistant (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – August 26, 2013
Pros: christmas bonus's
Cons: sometimes solitary work enviroment
A typical day at work would be to retrieve the daily charts from emergency department, code and enter them for submission to MOHLTC. I learned billing, because I was trained on the job. Management was great and I really enjoyed a team oriented workplace with managers and co-workers. The hardest part of the job was possibly the month end reconciliations, – more... but I became accustomed to that. The most enjoyable part of the job was the satisfaction I got from helping patients, for instance filling out Physician's First Reports and helping them at a time they most needed help, when injured. – less
I had fun working at St. Michael's although it's just a 1 yr. contract
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – March 14, 2013
Pros: transportation allowance
Cons: extra hours spent not paid
I had a routine kind of work at St. Michael's hospital. Collecting and processing all OR postcases is hard work but a learning tool to enhance your knowledge in medical terms. I have no problem or issues with the management and likewise with my co-workers. The hardest part of the job is when reconciliation of the report needs to be done and some important – more... information were unable to provide. I enjoyed my job because i was able to learn or know certain operating procedure done in each cases that i processed. I was able to ponder my knowledge on how a certain illness be able to resolve through surgery. – less
Student (Former Employee), Core Laboratory Toronto – January 2, 2013
It's a busy hospital and teaching institute too. Student like me learned a lot there in placement period. I really enjoy my work there. The Management is great coworker are Okay (some are great). I enjoyed work in all area specially in Microbiology Department.
Phelbottomist (Former Employee), Stevens Point, WI – April 9, 2013
Pros: i enjoy working close with people and love working in the medical setting.
Cons: it did not always accomadate will to my class scheule
It was a casual position and I told when I was hired that I was only guaranteed to 1 day per pay period but most like would be working a couple days a week. I really loved this job because I enjoy working close with people and love working in the medical setting. The only issue was that I was working close to 30 hours a week, which over time became – more... difficult to do trying to manage my full-time class schedule, raise a child, and work there. – less
Patient Account Clerk (Former Employee), Stevens Point, WI – March 4, 2013
Pros: loved my job, and by co-worker
After I graduated from high school, St. Michae's Hospital gave me the opportunity to be a cashier, and then was promoted to insurance billing. I worked there 8-years, until my husband was transferred through his work to Colorado Springs.
Volunteer - In Patient Customer Care (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – August 17, 2012
. Dealing with patients that have been in the hospital for a long period of time. . How to deal with patients, when they are very sick, and get a smile on the face. . When you see patients that do not want to talk to you, and they want you to leave. When patients say thank you for getting me a blanket, and fixing my bed upright and helping them fill – more... out their menu for the next day – less