A resourceful company. I thought it was a great investment.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – New Brighton, MN – December 20, 2016
Continuous work available. I like the way I receive offers that are only pertaining to my interests. The pay could be better, luckily I was partnered with a recruiter who seemed to be interested in my getting my fair share.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Sumterville, FL – August 4, 2016
They do their best to find you placement in their limited fields. This is the only way to start through Quest if that's where you are interested in taking your career. Working for All Medical is not the easier to get on board with, but very easy day to day.
Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee) – Homosassa, FL and Crystal River, FL – February 16, 2016
I worked full-time for two different medical offices. First job assignment was a walk-in clinic for six weeks and the second job assignment was a doctor's office for two weeks. The people at both places were wonderful and a pleasure to work with. I miss them very much. It has been a long time I felt this relaxed on the job. I didn't feel stressed out.
At both locations I indexed medical files in a proper category. I've also scanned documents. In my second job assignment I boxed medical files according by year and alphabetically.
Before hiring on to these job assignments I never done Cerner and eClinicalWorks10 before. Now that I have learned, it would be nice to continue use these programs. They're very interesting looking programs.
Since these job assignments are meant to be very brief as they needed help making all the files digital. There were no more job assignments for me as I don't have any medical licenses or certifications. So getting an other job assignment is very hard to come across. I'm currently looking for a permanent employment whether it's part-time or full-time. Plus it didn't help the towns I live near by are not hiring for simple medical office jobs. When I go to All Medical Staffing website to check for employment it's mostly bigger cities have more jobs then little cities.
Their handbook needs serious updating because the directions to log in your hours and etc. was very confusing. They don't give one website but three websites. At least two are not working properly. They should give one website only since it's the only place to logmore... in to put time in and click on another link to print out your paycheck. Why this company making it so hard on itself? I'd speak the same for telephoning once a week for job availability when you're not on job assignment. I'd sooner have automatic system where you push options and put in your ID number. It's so much easier for me since I'm hearing impaired. It's hard to understand the person on the other end when they have heavy accents. But the good thing though is they're nice people. They've been good to me.
I cannot speak for the benefits because I'm not there long enough.
I'm glad I got hired on for All Medical Staffing, even it's for the briefest time. I'm start part of them, just in case a job assignment comes along.less
Phlebotomist (Patient Service Rep) (Former Employee) – San Pedro, CA – January 21, 2016
Great company to work for. Kathy is fantastic. Great hours and pay. Mileage paid weekly. Over 25 to 30 successful venipunctures a day. Processed blood and urine as required. Enter tests into care 350 from rx or requisition from doctor. Labeled specimens accordingly in front of patient. Draw blood on pediatric to geriatric patients daily.