Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Ancien employé) – North York, ON – 17 janvier 2019
ok, busy, good place to be,it was good while I was there..getting there was a bit of a hike for me, I live in Mississauga, that was the biggest challenge for me although I always home on time and seldom late
Intermediate Clerk (Employé actuel) – North York, ON – 26 octobre 2016
prepping charts for delivery for different clinics and doctors. sorting reports. getting charts from storage, pulling and bundling between 150 - 300 charts per day. Assisting patients and visitors with directions throughout hospital. working as a team with coworkers.
Medical Administrative Assistant (Ancien employé) – North York, ON – 31 août 2016
I really enjoyed my time while working at Sunnybrook. My boss was amazing and it was great working with her because it was only two of us. The general environment at Sunnybrook is extremely clean and comfortable. Although it is a hospital it does not feel like a hospital, it is very warm and inviting, even for patients and visitors.
Medical Laboratory Technologist (Employé actuel) – North York, ON – 1 janvier 2016
An excellent teaching hospital. Well kept grounds. Excellent in patient care. The Laboratory staff are patient care driven, very knowledgeable and meticulous in test sampling and Qc analysis and performance.
Environmental Services Partner (Employé actuel) – North York, Toronto – 10 février 2013
A typical day would be to check in with supervisor for location of where i would work. Get to my location check in with nurse in charge, then procced with my duties of the day, which are to clean patients rooms based on their situation. I have learned to interact with alot of different cultures, separate my emotions from work and to be very attentive in my environment. Management is very organized. Coworkers are friendly and always willing to help. The hardest part of the job is witnessing families losing someone. Waht i most enjoy about my job is watching patients get better and go home and to also be able to put a smile on someone face and making them feels good