Medical receptionist (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 20, 2017
The staff is nice and very welcoming very fast paced environment. Many locations to choose from and many departments. The training process is not up to par but they give you a more or less of what's expected. Very clean and organized office setting
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – September 14, 2016
Working here is very laid back. All the staff members are very knowledgeable & professional and get their work done. The company is so much better as compared to couple years ago after getting rid of some of the rude staff members. Management is easily accessible. Work load is bearable on regular basis but can get extremely busy.
Being Annoyed by the customer service (Former Employee) – 131 w 35th Street – August 29, 2016
I don't even work there but the image u get of this company just speaking on the phone to the people is very unprofessional. The attitude is strong in their voice and there is no COMMUNICATION. Not mad at ALL that I didn't get the job just the way I was treated. It's sad and so is this company!!
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 30, 2016
This place is horrible to work at, specially when they have favoritism with employees. Employees that work hard they don't noticed, but the ones that comes late to work and don't know how to do their work they even pay more.You could say the management for every department is horrible
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 10, 2013
start off by introducing yourself to patients, themn explain procedures to be done on patient. sign consent forms, apply IV line if needed for specific procedures, apply electrodes on patient's body. performed stress tests, nuclear stress tests, check vital signs, and EKG readings. i learned how to accurately perform venipuncture, management of patients, and coherence to patients
Medical Records Coordinator/Medical Transcription (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 26, 2013
Cultural values are very low. On a typical day IT issues, no sense of team work on specific projects. Fellow co-workers are quick to point out mistakes on others. Management did a very poor job communicating. Most difficult of my job was dealing with lack of professionalism and disorganization. There were very few things I enjoyed about working at Gramercy Cardiac except the bonds built with trustworthy people.