I worked 2 years in this company and it was very helpful to me. I learned lot of from this company about calibration of medical equipment and servicing. And i Learned how to manage the time and how to handle a team.
3 time food and accommodation for out of station works
Staff nurse - 1 (Former Employee) – india – November 18, 2018
I learn several things. as i worked in ICU so there are many things which I learn. i did job in shifts that is morning , evening and night. The whole day is very busy and workplace culture is positive. staff is very cooperative.
Leading the Department of Billing & Operations. Manage the day to day hospital operations with using the tools as encouragement, motivation, appreciation and training the team. Lead the team by setting the example of bonding as well as cooperation between the Billing and other departments for growth of the organization. Taking care of Pricing & package baskets for IPD, OPD & Emergency Billing as well as credit billing (TPA, Corporate, CGHS, ECHS & ESI) & Dispatch. Prompt action on the escalations from patients / attendants. Manage the manpower management, Recovery (BTD), Auditing of the Bills, Receivables, Refunds, Admissions / Discharges as per Quality Standards, Procurement (Indent), OT schedule along with financial status for surgery & manage the staffing for smooth Operation of the Institution.
Employee welfare as Tea Coffee, Medical Insurance and Dress
Facility Director / COO (Current Employee) – Ludhiana, Punjab – September 2, 2018
Fantastic open culture, free hand to work and take decisions. Long working hours but very enjoyable. The Job is very satisfying and there is learning every day. Typical day starts at 9 am sharp, and then time flies, one is dealing with a great deal of nuences and problem solving issues. The management is very supportive and helps in every way possible.There are HR benefits, best of all is the Healthcare benefit to the employee and their dependants.
In my words Fortis is good organisation to work which provides not only International exposure to work beside a good work culture to work . friendly environment,employee friendly and job security with medical facility to employees.
Medical Insurance Cover and other medical beneifit
I learnt a lot under my Head of Department. He was a great mentor and guide. Being my first job I learnt a lot of management skills and leant to work independently. I worked round the clock to learn as much as I could and that helped me in other jobs. The role was challenging and involved a lot of extra curricular stuff like training the nurses in our department.
Sr Biomedical Engineer (Current Employee) – Bengaluru, Karnataka – May 1, 2018
weekly shift changes patience is more important took lot of knowledge from management good work place physical work and over time work is the hardest time recognize the problem in a device is the most enjoyable part
lot of things to learn
lot of patience is required and negligence cant be done at work place
It was good experience as working was more of learning new things everyday. Had good hands on handling a team and hospital operations. All higher hierarchy were supportive and gave liberty to initiate any activity by your own way, was never judgmental.