I worked for a manger who lied and under paid technicians.
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Bear, DE – December 9, 2017
I was not supported by the EMR structure, there were plenty of training opportunity's if you were one of the favored technicians. I was not one of them but I was lucky enough to work with some technicians who were open to teaching and helping new people grow.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – November 1, 2017
Same thing day in day out. Management is very cheap hardest part of job was working in a place you hate The most enjoyable was looking forward to the weekends I would not recommend this company. If your looking for a job this one would be ok for a fill in between jobs
Clinic Supervisor (Current Employee) – Prattville, AL – August 30, 2017
I started out at american family care as a xray tech. I was soon promoted to clinic supervisor at a separate location. I had the opportunity to receive guidance on management and organization skills. I maintained patient flow and staffing scheduling. I managed the staffing floor and was responsible adequate patient care throughout the clinic. The toughest part of my job was ensuring all of the staff were taking care of their work duties. i enjoyed working closely with my staff and supervisors as well as providing the best possible patient care.
Business Development (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – July 20, 2017
Company sold off to larger national company based in the south. Benefits are bad, we got hit by double deductibles by being forced to switch plans in the middle of the year, and THAT was a corporate decision.
Authorizations Specialist (Former Employee) – Peoria, AZ – February 3, 2017
i love my job, but we should be making a lot more for all the different hats we wear. It would be nice to know if we will have jobs after this year, due to the rumor mill of the program being done in August so we will be out of jobs. Other than that great work environment, coworkers, some leadership.
Graphic Design Artist (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 24, 2017
Emergency Management Resources is an interesting place to work. The employees are a wonderful mixing pot of very different people who all share a common goal. Aside from owning the company, the president of EMR is a motivational speaker and author. Working for her is always fun because of her high energy and positive affirmations she hands out like candy. However she is no pushover. She is a professional businesswoman and above all she is very fair.
Break room with snacks, flexible hours, family oriented
Medical Biller (Former Employee) – College Park, MD – October 3, 2016
this is the job where learned billing and collections, at first I was not sure I wanted to deal with getting yelled at every day by patients and insurance companies but all in all at the end of the day when I was able to get issues resolved I was fine with my job
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Bay City, MI – August 18, 2016
I am currently a Floating Medical Assistant. Fill in where needed. Crossed Trained for front Desk Receptionist. Greatest Challenge is working for different Physicians when I fill in for other Medical Assistants. Meaning, it could be one day or a weak. Haven't had the chance to develop a Relationship with Physicians and get use to their work flow. My Goal is to be permanent with one Physician and work the Clinical side; one on one with Patient's. In the future I would like to Teach/Instruct new Medical Assistants. Co-workers are all easy to get along with most of the time and have been very helpfull.