Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – March 3, 2017
Interesting job to learn but if you want to move on to another job you will loose your experience and harder to get out. They will work you hard whitch is good but no appreciation. Once in a while they will buy food for workers but it comes out of your "bonus" which is nothing! Hours suck! The pay sucks! Which will make you think why did I go to school for then! BAD HABITS I feel sorry for the patients
Great learning experience; Poor moral among management
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – United States – January 4, 2017
Worked for this company for almost a year. Was so excited and ready to work. 5 months in, management didn't know how to manage and not panic everyday. Interpersonal skills were sub-par. They build files/cases on all employees and never confront you or “evaluate” you until months after an incident. Protocol is not followed and you can be let go based on hearsay. MY coworkers, and Doctor were a blast to work with. I learned so much. Miss the ppl not the management!
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Newport Beach, CA – December 2, 2016
A typical day at work would be helping assist patients when they first arrive. Then, helping the patients get comfortable while taking vital signs. Bosley provides movies, snacks, and lunch to keep the patients comfortable and entertained. It's such a fun working environment. The management was very professional and caring. The office at Bosley was much like family. The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to know the patients during surgery. I learned so much from so many different personalities.
Office Manger (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – November 26, 2014
This company has no respect for their employees. There is a lot of hearsay and management will fire you on a whim. Management has no respect for the medical assistants that do all the hard work or for front management. It is by far the most terrible place to work and HR management is at the root of all of the unprofessionalism that wreeks throughout the company. You will work very long hours and management will not care if you drown. Extremely unethical company that do not appreciate the customers that spend thousands of dollars for services.
MA (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 20, 2014
Horrible management that didn't do anything about my concerns. The hrs were random and I never knew what time I was getting off. For the labor intensive work required the pay was not enough. The Dr was nice to work for but his skill set was sub par and patients often complained about their results. There wasn't any teamwork amongst the MAs. The senior ones were allowed to do whatever they wanted and the office manager let them.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – February 5, 2014
you answer phone and confirm procedure appointment, pre-make patient chart, chart review after clinic done, my manager goes between two clinic, all of my co-worker are team player, it hard when we have to do monthly clean, when always come back happy with their result
Patient Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 25, 2013
I learned how to multi task a large volume of work. I directed a staff of over 40 employees, it was like a rush all day and i loved it. The front and back office staff worked together as one large team which made it alot easier for the patients to have a successful outcome. The hardest part of the day was sending people home.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – January 22, 2013
I have only worked at bosley for almost 2 years. I have learned a lot! All that put a side the management is horrible. They want you to be a team player when they aren't at all. One of them is in there office all the time. It says not a smoking job. Supervisor smokes all the time. Yes they HAD great benefits. But from what other employees have said it used to be better. You don't have a set schedule. You never know when you will be off or if you'll even have a patient one day. I was told they were at work once til 1 am. The staff is great and I have met great people. But I can't wait to leave.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – January 12, 2013
This job was repetitive and was very physically demanding. I learned how to tend to pt and be aware of my surroundings. The entire management team was horrendous. They breed poor moral between the crew, The hardest part of this job was dealing with management. The most enjoyable part of my job was helping the patients and seeing the difference my job made in their life.
Medical assistant (Former Employee) – Boca raton – December 15, 2012
I worked at Bosley in boca raton, fl and basically all I could say is that you have to be the right fit from the beginning and play their game and you will be ok. Don't get me wrong other Bosley offices are Great but that particular office is questionable.
Consult with patients and explain the many aspects involved before considering hair restoration. Additionally, there are many team members involved in the process. This involves strong sales and communication skills as you are in constant communication with doctors, nurses and clinical staff.
The most enjoyable part of the job is helping the patients.
The hardest part of the job is not being able to help patients that can not do a procedure given a medical condition or limited donor hair availability.
not being to help patients with certain medical conditions
Co workers were like family and the Patients were great.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – April 1, 2012
When I first started it was a nice place to work and pay and benefit was reasonble until new management took over. First our bonus was stop follwing by our 401K match and then our raise stopped. That was not the end, workers started to get lay off so one staff had to do 2 to 3 people work and that was the start of we the workers getting injured which lead to be unemployed.
I worked for Bosely from 2004-2007. I started out as a Patient Service Representative. Within a year, I became a receptionist and then a Confirmation Representative. I did this while in college and I must say it was a great experience.
advancement, company lunch monthly, job satisfaction overall