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Medical assistant (Former Employee), Willimantic ctMarch 24, 2013
Pros: service to people who really are in need.
Cons: agency executives skimming the fat off the poor at the expense of the employee and the patients.
Definite seperation with management and staff, huge desparities in pay from management to staff. Benefits are not good, pay is about 30% under market value. Tuition reimbursment is enough to buy one book a year. Organization just adds to the work load and expects you to keep up, doing the work of two people. Don't waste your time.
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Great philosophy needs to match actions
behavioral health (Former Employee), Willimantic, CTJanuary 25, 2013
Pros: flexibility, many paid holidays
Cons: no room for moving up, management cliques, hr leaves room for improvement
This is a good company to work for if you are seeking a job. They do service the people who truly need the programs. There is an atmosphere of separation of powers ie management vs employees. However, if you are seeking to work where the values stated in the mission statement and the actual practices you may find some contradictions.
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family practice clinic for patients that couldn't afford healthcare
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee), Willimantic, CTOctober 9, 2012
I would check in patients
If they were walk in I would check doctors schedules and fit them
in depending on the severity of them.
chest pain, trouble breathing, asthma, ( put them right up)
runny nose, cut on finger, caugh, find something that day or
first thing the next morning.
I would do all intake information.
check insurance if they had it.
always – more... asked for picture ID
was well versed in Hipa
the hardest part of the job for me was to pick up a second language
real fast. Most of the patients were of hispanic origin. and I had to
know the basics of their first and last name, date of birth etc. – less