Medical Billing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Roswell, GA – January 10, 2017
Was very productive lots of work. Loved staying busy. I worked to do from the time you walked in until you walked out. Physical Therapy was new to me but once a A/R rep always a A/R rep. Different Modality but the same philosophy. Day started with processing claims. worked denials currents and old ar. posted payments .
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 18, 2016
Excellent company to work for. I was place on various job assignments with the company until they found me a permanent assignment. I would and have referred this company to anyone seeking a job in the medical field.
PATIENT SITTER (Former Employee) – Roswell, GA – June 8, 2016
Got a change to work at a hospital, which was a great opportunity.Obtain report from nurse prior to starting assignment such as; reason for sitter, precautions, level of awareness, communication status, mobility status, dietary restrictions, and toileting status and safety concerns. Provide grooming and bathing assistance. Observe and documented patient with chronic illnesses status to nurse.
Lighting Technician (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – January 5, 2016
May day would when I reached my assigned business. I did not have direct contact with the management staff. I only had contact with is when I sent in my time card by computer or they needed something from me. I also did not work with anyone else from this company I was basically on my own. The hardest part of the job was the traffic to and from work. The best part was I worked on my own and I had the ability to the job how I wanted to as long as the job was accomplished
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – North Atlanta – February 24, 2014
A recruiter from this company reaches out to me and is as positive and bubbly as can be. I'm excited to go on the interview and even more excited to walk out with a job!!! The best part is OVER! After that there have been endless administrative problems resulting in delayed pay more than once, and it's about to happen again. Poor communication and even worse management. The recruiter would call me well past acceptable time (i.e. before 8pm) on two occasions and waited over one business day to give me necessary feedback pertaining to my assignment which put me in a bad position which eventually led to my dismissal from my assignment. I have not heard a peep from the recruiter and apparently my time sheet is once again MIA for the pay period. Don't waste your time with this group, they don't care because they're getting paid either way.
Pay is great when it's on schedule
Bad communication, poor management, lack of taking responsibility (the recruiters), unprofessional, unreasonable expectations.
Medical Assistant-Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Roswell, GA – June 6, 2013
A typical day at work is setting up rooms and getting paper work together. What I have learned is that no matter what situation you may be going thru, there is always someone else who may have it worse than you, management is great, they care about their worker's, co-worker's are pleasant, seeing so many younger ill patient's, knowing that I was able to assist with the care of the patients.