Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – September 20, 2017
Great group of people to work with. Made some lifelong friends and enjoyed coming to work. Management changed somewhat while I was employed but the assistant office manager was terrific. The doctors are all pretty individual in their personality. I had the opportunity to work with four out of 8 and can't say anything bad. The work pace is fast and furious in season but the company does all it can to accommodate personal time and they treat you with respect. Overall a pretty good place to work.
Fun work place team players management always met your needs like family
Supervisor / liason (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – July 7, 2017
It's was a growing practice loved learning about dermatology and the new things available for treatment. Management always there to help and help you learn and grow with the company. The doctors were amazing and treated employee s with kindness and generosity always there to inform you on going changes with dermatology.. The teamwork that we had was the most enjoyable working for associates everyone always helped one another
While I was there I got hands on experience grossing and embedding patient tissue. the management is easy to speak to and willing to help resolve any problems that may result on a day to day basis. A typical day begins by removing the tissue from the processor and embedding it, then it goes to microtomy to be sectioned and mounted on slides. the slides are then run through the automatic stainer, cover slipped, and checked for quality before being sent to the pathologist for review. In the afternoons patient tissue is grossed and placed in the processor overnight to be embedded the next morning.
Very high-paced, high volume of patients, great environtment
Medical Administrative Receptionist (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 20, 2014
Associates in Dermatology consists of a fast-paced environment which requires the utilization of time management skills and the ability to work under great pressure. It was a indefinite way to attain the necessary skills to provide efficiency, consistency and quality care to patients.