SURGERY SCHEDULER/ PAIENT ACCOUNT COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – oklahoma city, OK – June 27, 2016
I worked at Dean McGee Eye Institute for a total of 8 years. It was a family atmosphere work place. Both the Doctors and the staff were incredible to work with, and I learned a lot from everyone. I would have worked there for as long as I could, but I have moved out of state. The management were great to work under and always tried to help you better yourself as an employee.
Patient Service Representative Lead (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 31, 2016
Very fast pace & busy environment. Most staff not team workers and not responsible adults. Not enough help when needed. Many situation are not fair, pay is not nearly enough for the amount of work done.
Doctor Assistant/Technician (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – October 25, 2015
I worked for multiple doctors, I helped the doctor prepare the patients for injections for macular degeneration, prepared the room before the clinic started, helped keep the doctor on track with which room to go in next
lane assistant (Former Employee) – okc, ok – January 26, 2015
I worked for DMEI for a short time. I loved my job at first. Then when we would get busy I would be sent to help a different doctor. Later to be cursed at because I didn't know how to do certain things. Needless to say would have loved to stayed and moved up in company but wasn't going to be treated in such manner.
not enough time to train, short breaks/ if you get one, parking across busy street.
Collector & biller (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 19, 2014
I was very busy during the day at DMEI. They see a lot of patients and do a lot of surgery. I was in change of Indian Health, collections on my accounts and I specialized in surgeries for eyes & Neuro-othalmologist. As with anywhere, we had some good employees and some not so good employees. I always was taught you work 8 hours & you get paid for 8 hours...The hardest part of the job was getting management and the doctors to sign off on things that needed to be recoded or trying to find the medical records
the differential shifts. going in a 7:00 & leaving @ 4-5 with a day off
Ability to work independantly with flexible work schedule
RELEASE OF INFORMATION CLERK (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – April 21, 2014
My day was always very busy, never a moment to wonder what should I do now. I learned how to handle customers (patients) with concerns about how to get records for themselves or their attorneys or other physicians. The management was basically hands-off unless you needed assistance. The co-workers were great. The hardest part of the job was getting everything done within the time limits. The most enjoyable part of this position was the satisfaction of helping others.
Patient Appointment Coordinater (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – September 16, 2012
Phones start ringing as soon as I log in. I answer phones, schedule appointments, help patients with any questions or problems they may be experiencing, if i can't help, I seek the help the answers for them, helping them feel more at ease. I take messages for the doctor's and make sure I do call backs. I copy medical records for other doctors offices and make sure they get put in the mail. To end the day I file back the days charts.
great management, working with the elderly, fun working environment.