Diana Dobelstein
Medical Transcriptionist

Question: What do you like best about working at Transcription Plus, LLC?
Answer: I love the feeling of family within the company. I know if I need help with an assignment, , there are people who will step up and help me out, just as I would do for them. I also love the flexibility, being able to work when the kids are in school and then reverting back to “mom” when they’re home. Lastly, I love that each assignment is different. It keeps things from getting monotonous.

Question: What is your contribution to Transcription Plus, LLC for this past year? Can you give an example of a challenging assignment?
Answer: I’ve been working on assignments for the VA, rheumatology doctors, and various general transcription. I’m a perfectionist so I pay attention to detail in all of my assignments. A challenging assignment was a dictation given by someone from another country. They made many references to names of places and happenings in their country that I’d never heard of before, so I needed to look it all up. I love learning new things and found it all really interesting!

Question: How do you describe your work ethic?
Answer: I consider my work a representation of myself, so I never give less than my best.

Question: Tell me about your proudest achievement outside of work.
Answer: If I discount my children, I’d consider my biggest achievement to be my taking and completing the medical transcription course and graduating with High Honors while both of my kids were very young. It was hard, and sometimes I questioned whether I could do it, but when I received that final grade, it was the best feeling. I knew all of my hard work had paid off!

Question: What are 5 words that would best be used to describe you?
Answer: I had to ask my husband this one because I wouldn’t know how to answer it and he said “smart, caring, principled, responsible, and funny”!

Question: What do you enjoy doing outside of work? Do you spend time with family?
Answers: I love to go outside and playing catch with the kids or shooting basketballs and playing ‘horse’ against them. They’ve also discovered that ‘old-time’ board games like Scrabble and Yahtzee, etc. are fun so we play those as well. There’s always lots of laughing going on when we have our family games (and I couldn’t be happier that they’re not on their electronics!).

Question: What is your favorite quote?
Answer: “We must overcome the notion that we must be regular...it robs you of the change to be extraordinary and leads you to the mediocre” - Uta Hagen

Register for our free Absolutely Accurate Newsletter
Your Email: