Pas Specialist (Former Employee) – Contracted to OHSU – 6 June 2012
Front office in a surgery center/clinic. Very busy, answer phones, greet patients, triage patient phone calls, can be very hectic with a high level of ill patients needing direct care. Obtain referrals, obtain medical records, patient information, patient registration, patient authorizations, scheduling patients, checking patients in and out, sending out new patient paperwork, collecting co-pays, reconciling the cash drawer, preparing bank deposits. All in all, a very fast paced atmosphere, non-stop patient interaction, interaction with medical staff. Need for accuracy is paramount. At least one day per week was set aside for filing or getting the front office orderly, meetings etc. Short lunches, early start and no parking. Had to ride the bus daily. Good pay.
had to be a quick learner, quick thinker, and always question what you don't know. learned a lot.
its a temporary employment company for all trades and jobs
Millwright Apprentice - Construction (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 20 September 2017
overall a good company. it serves a lot of foreign companies contracting in canada who want zero liability of its canadian workforce. so TPD treats you good but the clients you're working for don't always. poor safety standards of the people ur contracted to. TPD promotes safety but the client you're working for says if u keep ur job or not.
work for TPD over six months they will give you benefits(it doesn't have to be on the same job ether
poor safety standards of the people ur contracted to.