Executive Office Receptionist (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – June 8, 2014
Arrived early to check the mail box and log on to the computer to see what was on the schedule for the day. Turned the phone on and started my day helping whoever walked in the office or called . Opened all in coming mail and helped out the billing department with out going mail.. I learned how to take care of all office equipment and helped HR with – more... new hires. I was there for anyone who needed my help. The hardest part of my job was dealing with maintenance problems at the clinics. I enjoyed my coworkers being able to help them with when needed my help. – less
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – September 26, 2013
Pros: a couple of great friendships came out of the position. free lunch, of course, and needing to be out by 5pm.
Cons: company not fulfilling their responsibilities to me. management have preferences.
A typical day at work was not knowing what my responsibilities were going to be that day aside from being assigned my responsibilities for the quarter. Co-workers would call in sick and my responsibilities would be put on hold in order to cover theirs and I would fall behind on mine. There was too much preferences among management and co-workers. I – more... did make the best of the situation by completing my assignment and full filling my responsibilities for that day. I enjoyed being able to multitask and show that I was dependable. Over all I enjoyed the company of a few co-workers and the job experience. – less
The Doctors and PA great to work with. Met great people
Medical Referral Coordinator (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – September 6, 2012
Pros: marketing reps were fun, free lunches, loved my patients
Cons: no breaks, management
It was a very interesting place to work for. The Dr's are great. My day would start organizing my self, check my message's and return call back to patient's that left me a message to answer thier questions.I learned that you can go above and beyond the call of duty,and it will go unnoticed. Management was very poor, My coworker's were the highlight – more... of my day.the hardest part was to tell my patient's that i could not authorize the referral, because thier Dr. is no longer accepting the insurance,even when they say,but i have been going for year's. the best part is when i get the patient into where they need to go and you tell them referral is done ,and they exhale and say thank you. That made my day, that makes it worth it all. – less