Practice Manager (Current Employee) – Bethesda, MD – November 28, 2017
Good place to work, staff members negative Need advancement opportunities Negative team members need to be better 8-10 hour work day Casual business is dress code caring for the patient need to be first
Register Medical Assistant ll (Former Employee) – Riverdale, MD – November 10, 2017
a typical day at work for me will be coming in at 8 am, turn on the computers, lights in the rooms, and do qc on the med chart and starts the day. bring patient into the room, gets their vital signs and document the readings in to the chart.
Nursing Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 26, 2017
Its an OK place to work but the healthcare benefits are horrible. Going thru some changes hopefully for the better. The copays for the health insurance are extremely high and get no perks for being an employee.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Washington, DC 20037 – March 20, 2017
Very busy atmosphere. I learned how to deal with people from all walks of life. Management is there to assist and direct you in all areas. The culture in the workplace is very acceptable. The hardest part of the job is getting patient to comply to HIPPA rules and regulations at times. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I get to interact with the Seniors that come in for their appointments and helping them with inquiries and pointing them in the right direction.
GW offers tuition, and discounts may apply at certain stores
health care, salary could be better, not that many breaks
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 16, 2017
A typical day at work for me was very productive in a peaceful atmosphere with great people. The hardest part of my job was when I was laid off, and had to say good-bye to such nice co-workers. We were a dynamic team who's mindset was if you fail I fail, team work makes the dream work!
Accountant (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – March 12, 2017
MFA was a wonderful organization until a major restructuring occurred. Management tries to act transparent while folks are secretly laid off. The work place culture is work, work and more work while you are paid very little. Management enforcing accountability company wide is a joke.
The hardest part of the job is doing more work without more money. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping a patient or colleague overcome a challenge.
Productive workplace with learning and growing abilities.
Registered Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – February 2, 2017
Productive work place where team work is key. Always having a open door to express concerns in bettering the work flow of the clinic. The multicultural environment came as a plus when making final decisions because every different option mattered. Working with this company I never experienced patient complaints in my department. We strive on having patient leave with a smile. Management always made themselves available to every employees concern and worked out the best solution for each individual. I was able to advance more in medical terminology, patient care and multitasking with each Physician. Some parts of the job that seemed hardest was the attempt to make everyday a great day. Having the knowledge that some patients come in and leave with the worst news of their life made some days hard, but there is also a bright side. Knowing that you can encourage that patient by informing them know that is it not the end is most enjoyable to me.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Washington/Metro, DC – December 7, 2016
Its a good place to work if your just starting out, there is no room for advancement and the upper management hold you back from going into a higher and better position. There aren't many benefits and there isn't much to come to work for. There is always something going on there is a lack of communication and the is a major lack of organization.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – December 1, 2016
Messaging doctor's for patients and vice versa Scheduling patients appointments Assisting irate patients to my best ability Transferring and providing general information to patients Registering new patients into the system Meetings with medical departments on how to better assist patients with medical needs Reviewing and providing medical information to affiliated or mutual doctors for a patient
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR & CIO (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – April 9, 2016
You team will become family and sad when they leave the company when you have a good relationship with them. The hardest part is communication with departments when projects are involved and not returning calls or given updates ahead of time.
Free breakfast once a wk
Underpaid, Administrative staff force to arrive to work when there is a snow storm.
QUALITY OFFICER (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 19, 2015
The GW Medical Faculty Associates Department of Emergency Medicine, International Programs is an excellent company to work for. They have great leadership, outstanding compensation and fantastic benefits.
Front Desk Liaison/Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – District Heights, MD – May 12, 2015
Cultivating administrative professional with pervasive years of experience working in business healthcare environment. Eagerly pursuing a position where my skills of satisfactory client driven customer relations will be utilized and appraised.
Management has poor communication skills and management training.
Customer Service/Patient Accounts Representative (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 11, 2015
I would not recommend employment in the Customer Service/Business Office department. Poor management skills and the department has a high turn over rate due to poor management and communication skills. Not an inviting place to work and staff is belittled by management. In addition Customer Service management will not allow career advancement within the company.