Worked in business office and dreaded going into work, they hire professionals only to micro manage and not hear thoughts and opinions. Favoritism amongst subordinates is prominent. I really wanted to try to make the best of being there but if you do the fit in the management team makes you feel unwelcome.
Competetive salary, some nice people, perfect platform to learn alot about orthopedic procedures
Belittle employees and need new training protocols.
Their retention rate is horrible, they hire professionals and then micromanage every aspect of your day to day functions and are not open to suggestions. They are out dated in their procedures and when you suggest a new way or procedure, they view that as you "challenging or being combative". The morale is depressing and we aren't allowed to communicate with co-workers business related or not.
Very busy orthopedic facility with very talented Doctors
FRONT DESK REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – May 4, 2016
I learned how to handle my self in very stressful situations and keep the Doctors office running smoothly. From checking in and out patients and everything that goes with that, to keeping the patients calm when the drs would get behind.
Helping people, free lunches from the medical reps
benefits, huge company sometimes to big for individual patient attention, for me far home
A typical day at work for me majority of the time was pleasurable I had a great staff of about 15 people. I over saw 4 locations and each office with different personalities as well as work ethics, some more involving than others on a daily basis. I helped guided each office on a daily bases but not to where I had to directly micromanage, my team was very independent so the offices majority of the time ranned very smoothly. The hardest part of my job was always making sure I was fair to everyone and know one felt I was showing any type of favoritism. the most enjoyable part of my day was just being able to properly communicate with my team and knowing I had great staff who I could count on, on a daily basis and just that neutral form of respect we had for one another.
productive work place, constant employee retention, employees are not valued and appreciated much,must practiced continuos education
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – April 7, 2016
Experienced a fast-paced environment with a very diverse background, must adapt to changes and working under pressure, catering to all the physicians requests and needs, handling confidential documents/records, while administering and providing quality patient care for adults and pediatrics.
flexibilities in schedules, doctors provide free lunches, free uniforms
leaving early, rotation between locations, pay rates must be re-evaluated
Front Desk Representative (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – December 12, 2015
Poor management, with no incentives and horrible benefits. The only good benefits they offer are PTO hours. My co-workers I work with are the reason I lasted so long. Management is horrible, and they only care about themselves (not their employees) and they see everyone as replaceable.
It is a great place to volunteer, especially if you want to pursue a career in PT or OT. The staff was very friendly and even gave tips on how to be a better PT or OT, I did it as part of a soul searching experience when I was in college to find out what job I really wanted to do.
Fast paced and high volume clinics that utilizes CR, DR and analog radiologic equipment. I have become an expert with these systems and some medical assistant duties. The physicians and management team has always been fair and compassionate. The teamwork at FOI has been second to none, very caring and always fun. I really enjoy helping our patients and getting to know them as they go through the process of recovery.
CMA (Current Employee) – Brandon, FL – July 25, 2014
The team I specifically work with has clinic 3 days a week which are busy filled with about 50 patients in a day. Appts include pre-ops, post-ops, fracture care and different muscle/ligament/tendon tears. The other 2 days of the week consist of chart prep. Because the 3 clinic days run into a 9 1/2- 10 hr days, the 2 chart prep days allow me to leave early which makes this company pretty flexible. I enjoy all the people I work with. Everyone is very friendly and personable.
Flexible schedule, great team I work with, enjoy my duties.