Medical Receptionist II (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – July 8, 2015
It is a busy and fast paced work environment. Co-workers are nice and clinical staff is extremely helpful. The hardest part of the job is being able to keep up with the workflow while constantly multi-tasking.
Medical Receptionist II (Current Employee) – Valencia, CA – March 2, 2015
A typical day working the front desk in urgent care involves patient registration, insurance verification, arriving patients, and answering telephone calls while transferring to the appropriate medical staff. Management is very by the books for the most part and tries to oversee employees work flow as much as possible. Co-workers are extremely friendly and work together efficiently to provide quality patient care. The hardest part of the job is having to multi-task consistently 8 hours a day because it is a very busy work environment. The most enjoyable part is being able to help patients daily.
Radiological Technologist (Current Employee) – Mission Hills, CA – September 28, 2014
I work in the Urgent Care facility. I have been here almost 3 years. Everybody is really nice and good at what they do. Patients are well taken care of. This is the type of company i would love to spend the rest of my career with. The only reason i haven't sought a full time position, is because they do not have a CT unit.
Great learning experience, nice management in my department.
Health Information Management Technician (Current Employee) – Valencia, CA – July 12, 2014
Responsible for highly confidential information in a timely manner. Followed HIPPA guidelines and regulations. Processed, logged, and carried out release of information duties for electronic records department. Handled patient documents; involving life insurance paperwork and subpoenas.
Medical Assistant II (Former Employee) – Mission Hills ( Pediatrics) – May 22, 2014
Would not recommend this position unless your willing to deal with moody staff. Favoritism is obviously a big part in this department. If you are a person that does 0 mistakes than I recommend this department. They treat you very unfairly...
Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Mission Hills, CA – April 26, 2014
Worked here for several years. Pay is very low, management needs to open their eyes and truly look at their workers. So called "lead" receptionists should not be leads in some areas. Lots of favoritism shown throughout the company at many of the sites. Many people work front and back office and it's sad to see the way those people treat and speak to patients.
Very professional and educational externship at Facey Medical Group
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – January 10, 2014
I would come in at 7:45 Am and start restocking all the rooms and preparing the rooms for patients. I would assist in rooming patients, taking there vitals, and preparing the patients for the doctors. I gained experience in giving injections, preforming EKG's, ear lavage's, and assisting in minor procedures. My co- workers were really helpful, and understanding with all of my questions. The management was great. They assisted me in minor co-worker issues. I think the hardest part of the job was not being able to have administrative access. Because I was just an extern, I wasn't granted permission to make appointment, make any chart notes, or charges. The most enjoyable part of the job was making the patients happy,
Very professional experience
Not having the same privileges as my other co-workers.
Medical Receptionist II (Former Employee) – California – September 30, 2013
I enjoyed working for Facey the hours are good and it was close to my home. They had a great teacher for training and I learned quickly and easily and she was very approachable. You will be a bit micro managed as in many jobs and the pay is really low.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Mission Hills, CA – July 13, 2012
Bussy at all times, which is good for me. I learned about IDX, Cyberlab, Allscripts, Touch works. OB/GYN was a new experience for me and I liked it. The people I worked with were very helpful, my manager was very efficient. The hardest part was to see how difficult is for women when they have medical problems. The most rewarding part of my job was to provide great care for the patients.