When you’ve proven yourself to be reliable, you become a valuable member of your team. Sometimes that means taking your talents to various locations in order to provide a helping hand. Today, the career spotlight for CEENTA is: floater.
Clinical assistants, technicians, and patient representatives can all have the status of a floater. The distinction is that while these individual roles may be performed at one location, a floater brings their position to multiple offices to help multiple physicians and teams. Alyssa Campbell, a CEENTA clinical assistant, is a floater who travels to many of our locations. “I have visited all locations except for the Lancaster office. Normally, I travel to three different locations in a week.”
Being a floater at CEENTA carries the same responsibilities as your current position, but with the added expectations of each individual office. “Each office and doctors have their individual protocols, which gives me opportunities to learn more,” Mrs. Campbell elaborated. “Rooms are different, procedures are done based on what each specific doctor prefers. Some doctors like using paper for basic information while others prefer typing everything into EPIC.”
To be a good floater, you have to be able to adapt on a moment’s notice to changing locations, schedules, and circumstances specific to the office. It requires patience, focus, and a fast-learning mindset. As Mrs. Campbell says, “To me, being a floater means you are the one to step in when no one else can. It means being a flexible worker and being able to fit in various locations. We are the back bones that keep things moving.”
Mrs. Campbell also stresses how important it is to be proactive in your approach to being a floater. Some advice that she would recommend to those new to the role is to get to the locations early, learn the layout of the office areas, and set systems in place to keep track of what needs to be done in each place.
No matter what position you fill, you fit right in at CEENTA. All of our employees focus on premier eye and ENT care and a shared vision of patient success. As Mrs. Campbell puts it, “I like working with CEENTA because there is plenty of room for growth and success. I also pride myself in excellent patient care, one of CEENTA's policies that help me fit in perfectly.”
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