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Piedmont Urgent Care by WellStreet
Provider was asked...January 8, 2020

Why Urgent care?

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My ex husband was a physician and opened In urgent care in Peastrie city Georgia. I became familiar with the business and manage the front office. Less

I am a Register nurse taking a refresher course to get back and she’s a field. I am a mother of five children who are mostly grown and very successful. I am one proud mother I have a variety I have specialties that I worked early on in my career and then took some time off to raise my family while running some homebase Less

Early on in my career I worked at Eastern State Hospital. It was a state mental facility. I worked here a year before we got married. This facility was located in Lexington Kentucky and I worked in 1990 to 1991. We then moved to Fort Lauderdale Florida I was pregnant with my first child and decided to work postpartum, newborn nursery, and high-risk antepartum. It was a very rewarding position at Broward General Hospital in Fort Lauderdale Florida and which I worked 1991 to 1992 and then change positions once I had the baby. I then begin a career in home health nursing working out of variety of assisted living facility giving insulin shots taking blood pressure’s doing wound care. I can also remember giving to Jackson and holding when the pulse was too low. The name of the company was all nursing services in Fort Lauderdale Florida. I then had my second child and we decided it was best for me to stay home because of the conflict in our schedules ivory and a couple of homebase businesses which involves rental properties called cobblestone investment properties and she thousand nine we open Peachtree city urgent care and I manage the front office triage patients became familiar with EMR‘s dealt with the day-to-day running tasks of the urgent care supervise employees made out schedules did payrollI worked at Peachtree city urgent care in April 2009 to August 2015 until the divorce was final Less

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UnitedHealth Group

They will ask you to tell them a bit about yourself and why you are leaving your current job (if applicable) and then they go into the STAR-method interviewing. For the general questions, stick to what's on your resume and sound sure of what you're saying.

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After the face to face interview, I heard back from them within a week. This time may vary. Less

For the STAR-method part of it, it comes down to: S (Situation=what was the issue), T (Task: what was your role in it, A (Action) what did you do about it, R (result) what the situation resulted in. You go through those, you'll do just fine. Less

How long after the interview did you hear back from them ?


Are you a careful driver, and can you safely secure a wheelchair in your bus? Then we had to demonstrate our skills in loading a wheelchair.

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yes, I'm a very careful driver

We answered yes, and then gave LCI a demo on our ability to safely load a wheelchair. We also drove around town with a LCI regional rep for a day. Less

San Francisco In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority

About my experience and knowledge.

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I had no knowledge or experience of caregiving at the time. I was friends with the person and they wanted to try me out and helped me apply. Less

Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services

How do you handle stress? How are you with bad smells?

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When I'm feeling stressed I start to pray to myself silent. And Jeep a smile on my face Less

With bad smells. I just deal with it cause in caring for my resident and this job my living Less

UnitedHealth Group

Do you have anything planned within 3-4 weeks that would interfere with training?

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Absolutely Not

Absolutely NOTHING

American Girl

how would you handle a customer who was angry?

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I would calmly assist her

remain polite and try to solve their problem

Provider was asked...March 28, 2014

Style was difficult with patient scenarios. questions were given in a way which conveyed a disdain for me on some level. I felt humiliated by the tone

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I had the same thing happen to me. The interview with Dave Saunders was awful. I felt like he was try to show the other HR ladies how dumb I was. Very condescending. Less

I tried to do my best but I lost enough confidence during the process that I was incapacitated. Less

Personal Home Care
Provider was asked...March 18, 2017

Do you have CPR certification

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YAI - Seeing beyond disability

Why do you want to work here?

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Be honest and prepared and friendly.

The reason I would like to work here because it's been my passion to work with individuals with disabilities. I have a brother and sister who are mental disable, one is autistic and the other has cerebral palsy I have been taking care of them all their lives. I find these individuals very smart I believe you can learn so much just being around them. It would be a honor to work with YAI Less

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