ZOOM+Care is filled with whip-smart individuals, willing to roll up their sleeves, dive in, and get their hands dirty to change the future of healthcare. #TogetherWeZoom is our monthly employee spotlight, designed to celebrate these individuals.
For this month’s #TogetherWeZoom, we caught up with Janee Meengs—a Clinic Associate at our ZOOM+Super clinic.
For those who don’t know, ZOOM+Super is our alternative to the Emergency Room. Staffed with board-certified emergency doctors, Super offers more treatment options than urgent care—but it costs less time and money than an ER.
Read on to learn more about the work Janee does at ZOOM+Super, what she loves most about her job, and her advice for prospective candidates.
Hi Janee! Thank you for taking the time to talk to us today. What inspires you most about your work?
Our patients really inspire my work. It’s inspiring to have a positive effect on someone who isn’t feeling well and being able to turn their day around by simply supporting them and providing excellent care. It makes me strive to be better and do better, knowing that we brought light to them during a tough time.
What advice do you have for prospective ZOOM+Care candidates?
The advice I would give to prospective candidates to ZOOM+Care is to be adaptable and ready to embrace change. The advice I’d give to potential Super candidates is to come ready to learn and open to constructive criticism. I believe that change, adaptation, and embracing constructive criticism are things that we all will encounter in life. Learning them early in a professional setting can enable us to further our careers and professional relationships.
What three words best describe you?
Three words that describe me are quirky, observant, and dedicated.
What do you like to do on your days off?
On my days off I like to read, sunbathe, and watch Netflix. (Kingdom is my current favorite).
What sets ZOOM+Super apart from a standard ER visit?
Cost, speed, and efficiency set Super apart from the standard ER visit.
I think those are also the reasons that patients continue to seek care at Super for emergencies.
What would you say are the most common reasons people come into Super?
We commonly see chest and abdominal pain patients, concussions and lots of breaks and sprains!
What do you hear from patients about their experience with Super?
The number one comment I get from patients is about our efficiency, how streamlined our workflow is, and how we are all positive and genuinely care about them—and helping them get better!
What is your favorite feature or service offering that Super provides and why?
My favorite service that Super offers is our lab. Working in the lab has inspired me personally to pursue a career in pathology. Being able to see the biological markers of disease and relating them to specific symptoms or diagnoses is truly incredible. I also love that this service takes approximately 30 minutes, max! Meaning, Sarah can have answers/reasons for their ailment or peace of mind much more quickly than a standard Emergency Room or through their Primary Care Provider.