Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 14, 2017
this is a good place to build experience, its a good learning environment but i feel employees are under paid, not very well organized not well structured, and comes with a lot of responsibility with very little pay.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – November 22, 2017
The work is good when your use to it, the management is very poor you have to speak up or else you will be nobody. Patients are great you get use to seeing them they get to know you but eventually the manager moves you around even at the last minute. Be prepare to work at a place where patients make your day but the work environment just need alot more improvement!
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 29, 2017
It was a very busy day at work. We had over 30 patients a day. Working with the doctors and my fellow employees was enjoyable. I gained a lot of experience as a medical assistant and was able to learn new things.
The doctors, co-workers and supervisor.
Low pay, long hours and too many job responsibilities.
Medical Records Clerk (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, Ca – October 1, 2015
Fun work place where you go do your work don't get bother and finish your day by leaning something new. Its a big company caries 5 different sites around the Northeast Los Angeles Area. They provide care for anyone from new born to seniors. A great clinic were you experience everything.
Triage RN/ Staff RN Clinic/ Charge RN (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – November 6, 2013
Horrible management, though I heard most people and nurses quit. Nurses are nice but very high turn over / bad nurse/ staff retention. Low paying. Requires transferring to other locations at times. Super busy clinic, stressful. Helping the underserved population is great, but working with unprofessional staff with lots of politics make it hard to actually like what you do here.
Good nurses, rewarding job to help pts in poor areas
Great place to gain experience, but not for long term.
Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – November 24, 2012
Arriving early always when early shift, to get reception ready for when we open doors by making sure we are stocked with pens and papers, forms etc. I learned alot about sensistivty to peoples needs. When they are ill they really dont want to anwser questions.They need a service we are there to give. My coworkers are great with a few exceptions. But the most satisfying is helping people and seeing them leave happy after you have helped them.That is when they remmeber you and want to come back.
company picnics, great coworkers, overtime
health insurance going up, no chance for advancement, no raises for the past three years
Great place to gain experience to advance or apply for a better paying job.
Referral processor/ Medical Assistant/ Outreach, (Former Employee) – Highland Park, CA – August 27, 2012
A typical day at work consisted of processing referrals, which was a great learning experience and consisted of dealing with various insurance companies to process and authorize referrals, and also make appts for patients to be seen by different specialist, depending on the illness, which would then determine what specialist to send pt's. My co-workers were helpful and very knowledgeable when it came to asking questions, and at the same time learning from each other. I believe that there is no job that is to hard when you have someone that is willing to answer and teach you in the proper manner, while at the same time making a day at work go smooth. The most enjoyable part of the job was always knowing that work was complete and that the patients were taken care of, in a manner that they deserve, and that there needs as patients were always met.
was seeing the patients happy because they were treated well.