People who want careers want to do more than just bring home a paycheck. They want to build up their skills and experience doing rewarding work with people they get along with. At CEENTA, it doesn’t matter if you’re a doctor or a member of the support staff. A great career is waiting here for you.
If you deal with the many seasonal allergies affecting the Charlotte region, you may spend a lot of time with an allergy technician like Mary Gardner. But what is being an allergy technician like?
When you go to a doctor’s appointment, you’ll almost certainly be seen by a medical assistant who does some prep work before the doctor joins you. Some doctors even have the same assistants for years, and you’ll get to know them as well as your physician. But who are these medical assistants and what is it like to be one at CEENTA? Today we’ll learn all about it from Rita Jamison, RN.
CEENTA’s call center and referrals department is a great place for people who want to both help patients and learn the basics of every aspect of a healthcare organization. Just ask Referrals Specialist Traci Bragg.
While CEENTA’s healthcare providers spend their days delivering premier medicalcare to their patients, other people like Senior Systems Administrator Andy Morganti and his team work tirelessly behind the scenes to make sure the company’s technology runs smoothly.
Patients know that myCEENTAchart, Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, P.A. (CEENTA)’s Epic patient portal, has been a major new project this year. Its success has been due to the work of the whole team, which is led by Health Information Management Director Julie D’Orso.