Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 11, 2017
Very fast paced environment. I enjoy working fast and helping my patients get there blood work done on time and with accuracy. Hardest part of the job would be that I am the only customer service rep to about 30 to 40 patients at once.
Lead Accounts Payable Bookkeeper (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 23, 2016
A fun workplace and a great positive environment to work in. I learned and expended my excel and Microsoft knowledge. All my co-workers were friendly and approachable and were great team players. I worked in this company for seven years and we felt like family always supporting each other.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 11, 2016
This has to be the worst place on earth to work. The pay is a joke, the management is a joke, and the way patients are treated is just terrible. There is no future at this company, do not waste your time here.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 30, 2016
Do not expect to move up.There is no advancement and lack of communcation is a huge problem. Only a.10 cent raise is give, just pathetic. Only good thing is the five day work week schedule and the insurance. Other than that, there is no pros
Fast pace ever changing involving work addressing environment of care.
Facilities Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 27, 2016
As a professional employee deal with five to twenty work orders of routine to emergency from clinical directors, while managing four to six projects daily in addition to the supervision of five employees. Most concern each day is that all important issues are addressed as efficiently as possible, ongoing and active communication with directors and staff. The most enjoyable part of the day is at the end with the realization that I gave my best ability on matters that count.
customer service representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 8, 2016
Management wasn't there too help. They had their favourites who always got away with things and got every day they req. off but if you weren't a favorite you worked eveyday. They made you travel to every location and never had a set schedule. People are always coming and going mostly due to management.
medical assistant (Former Employee) – san antonio – July 8, 2015
I had to start early ,work late until 7pm or more some days, if you are absent you must work a saturday to make up for it need to work at several sites around the city which is crazy traffic driving at 7-8 am in the morning work non-stop like a slave daily compared to private practice work I learned alot though -especially what not to do in your job and how not to treat others
Employment Customer Service Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 18, 2014
Very supportive staff, great place to start your career and get excellent training at. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping the families in the community. Management is pretty good. I have learned several different skills and great opportunity to learn a variety of skills.
Great non-profit organization to gain real experience from
Budget Accountant (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 28, 2013
This was my first professional job in finance and this organization seemed a great place to start my career. I had a trial by fire start and was without a direct manager for three months so I used my previous management experience to self motivate as well as learning as much as I could from my peers and the CFO. While I was interim manager, I had to sit in on the clinic operations meetings every Tuesday to represent budget and answered any questions pertaining to my department. This was probably the hardest part of my beginning career to take the basic instructions I was given and then sort of teach how to do them myself from that point. Later on in my position here, I was able to additional analysis on the overall budget and variances and created new allocations for accounting based on work that I had done to reconcile amounts to correct budgeted positions. This was probably the most enjoyable as I was taking budget to the next level with the department only being a couple of years old. Overall, I am thankful for the opportunities I have been given here and definitely the experience.
Centromed provided me with additional experience I can add to my background of skills.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – San Antonio Tx. – March 9, 2013
A typical day at work is always hectic, but never impossible. I draw blood, test specimen, complete billing, run doctors orders, and keep the Labratory up to par and organized. I have learned at Centromed team work and cooperation is key to running a smooth operation. Management is available, but very lenient when it comes to corrective action to those who need coaching. The majority of my coworkers are very young and inexperienced. I had to train most of them. The hardest part of my job is simply being short handed with lack of help, but this also has caused me to become more sufficient, fast, and accurate. The most enjoyable part of my day is helping others. This is the main reason for choosing the medical field.