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Vanderbilt University Medical Center Chancellor Nicholas Zeppos
Nicholas Zeppos
53 Ratings

    Comfortable Existence.

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    Current Employee - Medical Receptionist  in  Nashville, TN
    Current Employee - Medical Receptionist in Nashville, TN

    I have been working at Vanderbilt University Medical Center full-time for more than 3 years


    Once you are trained, you move fluidly into being part of the machine. If you mind your Ps and Qs, nobody bothers you, you just clock in, do your best, and clock out. Once you are ingrained, if you play well with others, it is not difficult to keep your job. If you are someone who does not want to answer to deadlines or your boss every day, this job is for you. The flexibility with scheduling is better than anywhere I have ever worked before. The healthcare benefits are great, especially if you stay within the Vanderbilt network.


    Long, long hours sitting. A twelve hour shift in one place with only a quick 30 minute break and two quick 10 minute breaks (if you are lucky enough to get them every day) can wear you down after a while. Training your brain to multitask causes some form of adult ADD. No raises for the past two years, supposedly due to the economy and "restructuring of the work flow". Company culture is preached but not exemplified often enough.

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    Provide upward mobility or incentive to carry on. Some sort of edification or enrichment.

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