DATA ENTRY (Former Employee) – Delray Beach, FL – May 26, 2016
Best and easiest job I've had. All the employees are great!! Not stressful at all, managers are very nice! I left because I wanted more of a challenge and more money. It was data-entry, so your entering reports all day. But great job!
High staff turn over rate.Supervisors are allowed to speak to staff using harsh tones and profanity with no repercussions. The workload is hectic due to lack of proper training in other departments The work itself is ok but the management and workload is terrible and can cause a great deal of stress.
data entry billing department (Former Employee) – Maitland, FL – February 19, 2016
Management in the billing department is very unfriendly. Lots of gossip. There is one manager who is extremely neurotic and constantly walks past you all day asking if you have any work for her yet. Very nerve wracking and they are some of the meanest, unfriendly people. They treat temporary workers like they are nobody and dogs. I was glad to be gone from that place.
They act like you are not supposed to go to the bathroom or take a little break
Great doctors to work for. Management is wonderful, they listen to your concerns and work with you. Everyone works well together as a team in this fast paced environment. I loved my job everyday working with patients and helping make there visit smooth.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Naples, Fl – September 10, 2015
ADCI is a good company lead by strong minded and strong willed individuals. Not very family oriented as far as employers are concerned. They come before anything but over all a nice place to work, if you like a crazy environment.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Sugar Land, TX – June 16, 2015
Advanced Dermatology is an all around good company to work for, coworkers are nice, and management is stable. Benefits package is good, includes medical, dental, and vision, 401K, short term disability, and life insurance.
Medical Assistant Externship (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 15, 2015
Since it was already half of year of me studying to be a medical assistant I could actually show what I learned in school in the dermatology office. Pulling patients charts, collecting their complaint, drawing blood, microderm, and also filing their charts, answering and confirming appointments.
Patient Services Representative (Current Employee) – Monroe, WI – March 30, 2015
Part time job with benefits after a year. I learned a lot about health insurance. Great co-workers, easy to get along and work with, everyone does their part and then some. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing repeat patients and building a relationship with them.
Medical Assisting Extern (Former Employee) – altamonte springs,fl – March 5, 2015
On the weekends once a month our company would do events like ice cream parties,or everyone bring a cover dish in and sometimes barbecues. this was good to get everyone together and associate with each other.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – September 23, 2014
I learned a lot about people working at this job how to step up and go the extra mile. The hardest part of this job was dealings of management. I enjoyed my co-workers we made the day to day duties a pleasure.
Intern (Former Employee) – Oxford, AL – September 1, 2014
This clinic was very fast-paced and required superior communication skills with both patients and staff. I learned the importance of generating income in order to be able to continue to provide needed services in the community. The hardest part of the job was managing personnel issues. The most enjoyable part of the job watching the Dr. perform a skin surgery and knowing that her care and concern, as well as skill, were life-saving.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Niceville, Miramar Beach, PCB, PC – August 4, 2014
Some offices are busier than others which makes the work day great. The slow offices make for a long boring day. There are 4 offices, so there is a lot of travel involved. Like any office there are great co-workers and not so good ones. Not a lot of management involved, I worked for just one physician. I enjoyed the job overall, just not a fan of all the traveling.
great boss, easy going, great environment.
travel time, physician is off a lot, some offices are slow