Clinical Application Support Specialist (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – February 19, 2014
Pros: the ability to help others resolve system issues/problems
Cons: too many staff meetings.
Provided specialized consultative and technical expertise with respect to installing, tuning, upgrading, and maintaining information systems. Liaise and communicate with vendors, end-users and management.Provided on going day-to-day user support for existing HIS software applications. Participate in and attend staff and professional meetings. Learned – more... to organised tasks, projects, and meeting through time management. Management is understaffed and over worked. Worked with mature and skilled co-workers. The hardest part of the job is to organise the between daily tasks, projects, operational application issues and staff meetings. The most enjoyable part of the job is to resolve system issues that help the end-user to complete their task at hand. – less
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