Medical Secretary (Current Employee) – Wellesley, MA 02481 – June 15, 2016
A typical day in the office consists of answering 100+ phone calls varying in context. I work with good coworkers who all work together and are willing to help. The hardest part of my job is when patients call upset and tend to start yelling. The most enjoyable part is working with my amazing coworkers.
Medical Assistant/Medical Secretary (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – May 4, 2016
Great place to work, the work flow of my department varies we see a lot of elderly patients. They tend to rush in to be seen from the early start of fall until January and then they return early spring and we don't see most of them until early fall.patient oriented, they support there employees who want to further their education.
Supervisor for Visual Services Department (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – February 8, 2016
I make sure to be ready and out the door so I can get to work at least 30 minutes before ‘start time.’ That way if there are delays such as traffic I’m still on time for any meetings or important tasks. I check voice mail and the calendar, then plan my sit down work time around other things like meetings. Sometimes it’s hard to balance between being friendly and keeping on task, but people understand that I don’t like to chit chat during the day – I like to work.
Medical Assistant II (Current Employee) – Watertown, MA – December 6, 2015
The company seems to be worried more about finances then on patient care, management doesn't have any clinical experience which makes it extremely difficult for MD's and clinical staff to agree on anything, hence why their MD/clinical staff turn over rate is so high. Other than that I love my job, I love my co-workers and I love my patients.
Wonderful patients, great co-workers
Commute, long days, short staffed, voice not heard by higher up management
Assist the paient and filling Medication providing Great Customer Services
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 19, 2015
Receive written prescription , refill requests and verify that patient information is complete and accurate Maintain proper storage and security conditions for drugs Answer telephones and respond to questions or requests Fill bottles with prescribed medications and type and affix labels Assist customers by answering simple questions, locating items or referring them to the pharmacist for medication information
Cardiac Stress Technician (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – September 23, 2015
I have been fortunate enough to work for such an outstanding company with excellent benefits, and more importantly an excellent staff within the Cardiology specialty. The learning experiences I have had from our cardiologists has led me to be the confident technician I am today. I feel comfortable with my work, and have thoroughly enjoyed working with my fellow technicians, as well as my supervisor.
Great benefits, desirable hours, ability to travel
Phlebotomy (Externship) (Former Employee) – Beverly, MA – August 10, 2015
This was a wonderful place to intern at in general. There was a great amount of experiential learning involved in the time spent here. I was welcomed with immense positivity and trained very well. This made my time on the site result in greatly satisfying improvements of my skills. I also learned a lot about the job in a practical manner. There was a lot to learn at first, but that's what really transformed me in a good way and helped me develop in a multitude of skills.