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St Joseph Medical Center

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215 N 12th St
Reading, PA 19604

Details

Number of Beds 267

Walkthrough State NO

Compact State NO

State License Fee $100

License Wait Time n/a

Temporary License $35

License Website Visit

State Hourly $32.28 (non-traveler)

State Annual $57,840 (non-traveler)

National Hourly $33.23

National Annual $69,110

County

Berks

Population

373,638

Studio (Rent)

$598

One Bedroom (Rent)

$664

Two Bedroom (Rent)

$829

City

Reading

Population

0

Homicides (per 10,000)

n/a

Rapes (per 10,000)

n/a

Assaults (per 10,000)

n/a

Robberies (per 10,000)

n/a

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Reviews

June 12, 2015

by Anonymous

Review of St. Joseph Hospital

St. Joseph hospital has always been a great place to work. It is family-oriented, cares about its employees, and genuinely wants its' associates to succeed. A typical day at work is giving patients the very best of care, to the best of our abilities. I learned how to interact with a diverse group of people while working at St. Joseph Hospital as well as how best to react, or not to react, to situations that would test anyone's patience. I love St. Joseph Hospital and will forever be greatful to this organization for giving me my start and providing me with a job when I so desperately needed one.

October 16, 2014

by Anonymous

Great place to work!

Love SJH! I have left to pursue other endeavors and always return. The culture is one that is so encouraging and happy.

October 14, 2014

by Anonymous

great

Assist patients in resolving financial responsibility of hospital charges through suitable payment arrangements and/or governmental application, ensure full and timely payment on patient accounts, completed verification of insurance benefits on in-patients and out-patients, process charity applications on non-insurance patients, register, pre-register, verify and obtain pre-certification/authorization on patients, secure reimbursement for self-pay accounts that do not meet charity eligibility criteria, negotiate cash discounts for self-pay patients, screen all in-house patients and attain eligibility before departure, achieve financial charity goal monthly as prescribed by CFO.

October 09, 2014

by Anonymous

Great work environment

Answering patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs. Turning or re-positioning bedridden patients. Providing physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities, such as getting out of bed, bathing, dressing, using the toilet, and standing, walking, or exercising. Reviewing patients' dietary restrictions, food allergies, and preferences to ensure patient receives appropriate diet. Measuring and recording food and liquid intake or urinary and fecal output, reporting changes to medical or nursing staff. Recording vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, or respiration rate, as directed by medical or nursing staff. Completing IEPs, monitoring behavior plans and learning disability plans Documenting or otherwise reporting observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to nurses. Reminding patients to take medications or nutritional supplements and administering when necessary. Planning, purchasing, preparing, or serving meals to patients or other family members, according to prescribed diets. Accompanying clients to doctors' offices or on other trips outside the home, providing transportation, assistance, and companionship. Providing patients and families with emotional support and instruction in areas such as preparing healthy meals, living independently, or adapting to disability or illness. Telemetry Tech, 12 Lead ECG, Cardiac Procedure Tech, Sheath Pulls.This was a fast paced job with great advancement opportunity.

October 02, 2014

by Anonymous

busy

busy, sometimes funmanagement not the bestcoworkers funpatients ok
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