Suite Receptionist (Former Employee) – Laurel, MS – May 24, 2016
My typical day was very fast paced, busy,lots of work. My co workers were the best because we were a team. The hardest part of this job was listening to my patients sad stories sometimes about being homeless and not having basic necessities of life.
It's important to be cheerful and think about what needs the patients have.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Waterloo, IA – May 5, 2016
I answered phones, scheduled appointments, checked incoming faxes and electronic reports and filed them electronically or scanned to the medical record. I took messages for the doctor. I called patients to remind them about appointments. I stocked rooms with supplies and cleaned rooms. I sent faxes to pharmacies and other facilities. I filed insurance reports. I kept the sample closet neat and up-to-date.
The job itself was enjoyable. The staff is fantastic and makes the place enjoyable. The patients are nice and I felt like I was actually helping patients in need. But the management is horrible. They changed my schedule with no notice, had me work longer hours than what was discussed, and had me covering as two providers because they are short staffed because the providers are constantly leaving and understandably so. I would not recommend to anyone to work here. Management has no concern for employee satisfaction, just the bottom number aka money coming in.
The employees are fantastic, made the job enjoyable
Management is horrific and treats employees as if they are disposable. High provider turnover rate
Perinatal Case Manager-Float (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 24, 2015
Micromanaged a bit on the plus side, but perhaps needed in a very large group. I did learn how to work with a very diverse group of people, and cultures. I did have the opportunity to work with a wonderful patient demographic as a breast cancer patient navigator allowing me to enrich my experience in outreach, public speaking/education, and social resources, and a bit of marketing. Management is lacking in communication and support. Several supervisors are right on the money and are absolutely wonderful. It only takes one to make a job difficult. Co workers usually have the same goal, and are all striving to meet a deadline. The hardest part of my current position is the lack of communication and the micro management and at times impossible expectations. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with the patients and making a difference in their lives for the better , by providing education to them about their health condition. I believe that education is freedom in all aspects of life. Seeing that look of satisfaction and peace in my patient's eyes makes it all worth it.
FHC was the first nursing owned company opened in California in 1991
General Partner (Former Employee) – Eureka, CA – October 22, 2015
We took care of over 3,000 people in Eureka, CA and traveled to other counties to perform workplace injury prevention programs and health counseling. We also provided the community with a place to perform SART exams for law enforcement outside of an emergency room setting. We took care of a diverse population and sold this practice to Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange it is still in operation today as Health Care Medical Associates
Family Practitioner (Former Employee) – Great Bend, KS – September 30, 2015
Typical day is 9am to 5PM.
My employer is a neurologist.I worked as a family practitioner in the outpatient clinic.I was commuting to the job from another location involving more than fifty miles.Fun work place with supportive management. I worked during 1997 and 1998.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 30, 2015
It was a professional environment, good staffing, worked well with the team. The most enjoyable was the patient and nurse relationship. I learned x-ray and electronic billing. The hardest part of the job was assisting in minor surgeries.
Not a bad place to work but can use some improvement in certain areas
Medical Records Technician (Current Employee) – Kalamazoo, Mi – June 15, 2015
Each day at work I insert paperwork into patient charts. Answer patient questions and concerns about their health information. Enjoy working with my coworkers, we have worked together for the past 7 years and work well together. There is a lot of change in our job but I have learned to adapt to it.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Sierra Vista, AZ – April 18, 2015
I had a blast working for these doctors. They had a fun office filled with laughter. We had an excellent group of employees, I loved training others and I loved the advancements in duties and responsibilities.
I hated leaving but we relocated to TX.
Medical benefits and the management team was awesome