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Is a great place to work.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Sartell, MNAugust 21, 2014
Pros: they get alot of lunchs that rep's bring in.
Cons: some times you might have to extra hours without warning.
The people at CFPM are very friendly. The work place is very focus on treating their patients with kindness and great care. The typical day's are very busy. Co-workers are great to work with, outgoing.
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i REALLY ENJOYED WORKING FOR ALL THE DOCTORS AT THE PAIN CLINIC.
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee), Wilmington, NCJuly 22, 2014
THE DAY WAS VERY BUSY, THE PATIENTS WAS VERY NICE AND MY CO-WORKERS WERE ALL SO FUN TO WORK WITH. I HATED TO LEAVE THIS POSITION TO MOVE BACK TO WV, BUT MY MOTHER WAS ILL AND NEEDED MY HELP.
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Great place that truly appreciates their employees
Staff (Current Employee), Sartell, Alexandria, Baxter MNMarch 22, 2014
After working here just a short period of time, I have been verbally told how much I am appreciated and thanked more times than the 14 years at my last place of employment. Yes, days can be long but they are flexible with time off and working around your schedule when you need them to. They are understanding of personal circumstances and try hard to – more... keep employees happy. – less
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Steady place to work
Office Assistant (Former Employee), Wilmington, NCDecember 17, 2013
Pros: easy going work environment
Cons: not room for advancement
Typical day included filing medical records, greeting/checking out patients, calling insurance companies for verification,etc., writing reports, copying and editing documents.
Management and colleagues had great personalities for the office and clinic environment.
The most enjoyable part of my job was to see patients feeling better.
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I worked for a physican that was very inappropriate with me
Business Manager/ Office Manager (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TXNovember 11, 2013
I worked very hard for the doctor and we very unappreciated and
was not treated with professialism.
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productive and fun
Medical Assistant (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAOctober 18, 2013
good place to work. busy office everyone is nice. doctors are nice alot of growth room
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front desk receptionist
Receptionist/full-time (Current Employee), Lawton, OKMay 13, 2013
Pros: multitasking, responsiblity, customer service
Cons: benefits, horrible work enviroment, boss is real jerk, horrible pay rate
I like greeting the patients and making conversation. Multitasking galore I love it. Informing the patients about the policies and what they are needing to get accepted and see by the Doctor. Customer Service and helping out the people I can is what I love doing. I learned a lot from this job, handling myself under pressure and patients. Able to run – more... insurance, getting the information for people who need the pain management. Learn to deal with the public more and more regardless if they are very difficult people but I learned how to pace myself and set and talk to the patients who really need the help. The management is not very organized. I certainly do not like it when issues are blown out of proportion when a simplest mistake can be corrected. I don't like that I was always singled out because I was the new girl. there wasn't any proper training and I get in trouble for things I was not taught. My coworkers are great we all get caught in the moment where we have our little issues but we jump on the ball and get things done and we still work as a team and have a pretty good day. The hardest thing about this job is knowing I am always going to be the one everyone looks at when a mistakes comes up because I am front desk. I do not mind responsibility I enjoy having it. I also do not mind the pressure but when you have people talking to you any kind of way that's a problem. What I enjoy about this job, its a full time position, I like the responsibility. Meeting people everyday is a plus, and helping them with their pain is a bonus I love it. it is something that I have an interest in a long time. Its just sometimes the work environment can get a little raw. – less
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Very fast paced, exciting work environment, very intense!
Extern and hired on March to september of 2012 (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WISeptember 27, 2012
Pros: free lunches, friendly co-workers, lots of responsibility
Cons: no benefits, not much pay, no security gaurd on duty
A typical day would consist of relaying messages to providers, deciding if somone should go to the ER, or come in to be seen by one of the providers.
I learn how to deal with changes at the last second, managing time and work loads as they fluctuate through out the day.
Co-workers were very friendly always willing to help and encouraged family first – more... at all times.
The hardest part of the job was leaving, I had to relocate to Chicago so that I could have more support dealing with my son's illness.
The most enjoyable part of the job was caring for patients and listening to there concerns as they trusted me with personal information and to relay it to the providers and help with making decisions about there care – less
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Learned a lot, great collegues
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Sartell, MNJune 20, 2012
Pros: great hours, no weekends or call
worked directly with patients regarding pain management strategies using multiple modalities.
Management disorganized
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Very fast paced medical office
Front Office Supervisor (Former Employee), Sartell, MNJune 7, 2012
Pros: free lunches meet a lot of different type of people
There were a variety of different daily duties I had . Mutitasking was a must and being a team player.
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it is a warm and comfortable enviorment to work..
Crew Member (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIMay 30, 2012
I enjoyed the time i had there for my extern and got along well with all the staff.