Productive and fun workplace. Everyone got along well.
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – December 15, 2014
A typical work work day for me included filing charts for patients back on the wall as well as pulling charts for incoming patients and locating misplaced charts. One good aspects of the job other than the environment was lunch. 3 days out of the week, reps would provide lunch for all employees.
Phlebotomist/Lab Technician (Former Employee), Greenville, MS – September 24, 2014
Family Medical Center is a great place to work no matter what area you are working in. They are caring and very close with most of their patients. They take the time to listen and help their patients out in any way they can. Good thing about FMC is there is no appointment necessary.
learned alot about many different medical senarios
Medical assistant (Former Employee), Adrian, MI – September 18, 2014
Pros: earned vacation time per month.
Cons: overload of work, could never leave the day having all work completed
daily work was very hectic, and chaotic, no structure, hard to concentrate in the environment due to continual interruptions. like most of the employees, they seem to be helpful when things are very busy, but there seems to be no cap on the amount of pts. each physician sees, hard to manage so many pts. in order to give quality care. Management is very – more... unorganized and company does not keep employees up to date on required classed needed for employment – less
Office Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee), Fitchburg, MA – September 1, 2014
This was my first job during high school. I would prepare the charts for the following day including filing lab results and dictatation. The busiest part of the job was answering phones and taking messages for the doctors and nurse practitioners. Some days I would check in and check out patients for their appointments and I also called to confirm appointments.
The – more... best part of the position was learning how to provde quality customer service by greeting the patients at the front desk and answering their questions via telephone. – less
Medical Biller and Coder (Former Employee), Big Spring, TX – July 5, 2014
Versatile, high-energy professional, with extensive expertise in handling accounting systems, finance, and operations management. Multi-disciplinary industry expertise with emphasis in records management, payroll processing, accounts payable and receivable. Outstanding team player, with effective interpersonal and communications skills, adept at driving customer – more... loyalty initiatives, and productivity gains through effective and efficient customer relations management. – less
Assist patients (Former Employee), Lakeland, FL – May 20, 2014
Cons: cleaning the office
Family Medical Center is a very great place to work I learned how to deal with a diverse of people . Management was very professional and kind. My co-workers managed their jobs very well in a professional manner also. Their was no hard part working for this company. The most enjoyable part was that I could be a help to people .
Externship Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FL – April 17, 2014
I learned a great deal about the filing process, how to preform certain procedures such as ear irrigation and drug testing. A typical day for me would be going in and putting files away, attaching the correct correspondence to patient files, organizing the back file room, some following of a senior MA, and basic triage. Management was competent and – more... knowledgeable, co workers were competent and knowledgeable. – less
collections manager (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – February 14, 2014
Pros: freen lunches from reps
Cons: i liked everything about office
start day by counting cash do deposits to bank after that would begin to call insurance companies for payment on claims days or older learned how to manager for a small group of people the doctor and administrator were great to us the co-workers were very helpful to each other got along well hardest part of job was meeting the monthly goal for the office – more... so we had to make sure claims were billed correct and paid in timely manner the joy we had a good office and holidays were fun for everyone and lunches were provided by our outside reps I give 4 stars would not let me do it above – less
Medical Biller and Coder (Current Employee), Orlando Fl. – January 25, 2014
I come in at 7am on Mon, Weds,and Fri and get started on prepping my charges to enter into the scanning system all while sitting at the checkout desk checking out patients until about 830 when a fourth person comes in then i proceed to my office and work my charges transfer them to greenway and enter payments take out co-pays or whatever else needs – more... to be done to complete the job, on Tues and Thurs I sit at checkout until 1230 all while still doing my job as well as training someone else to do my job. I have learned that no matter what you should always cover yourself because no one else will. management is different. Most of my co-workers are like family I think that's what keeps me coming back. the hardest part of the job is trying to get the practice to understand how important accuracy is on the encounter forms.the most enjoyable part of my job would have to be the job itself I give a 110% to whatever I do I love billing and coding most days. – less
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Norwalk, CT – January 8, 2014
I had the chance to meet great people and work with them . everyday was a new journey for me to learn . My team were always there to help me achieve what i though it was impossible. The doctors were very nice and hopeful . And the most enjoyable of all was to have the change to care for others.