I have worked here part time for 1 1/2 years. It really is a great place to work. It can get busy at times but there is great teamwork and everyone helps out as needed. Staff is very friendly and caring.
Great work environment, lot of autonomy for PAs, caring management
Don't do it! Very unprofessional manager and work environment ...this place is a revolving door!
PCC/MA (Former Employee) – Huber Heights, OH – May 15, 2016
Don't waste your time! Very unprofessional manager and staff! High school like environment with a constant revolving door. You will be promised the world but never see it. Nothing but lies and mistakes take place here!
RT/MA (Former Employee) – Covington, KY – October 13, 2014
I asked many times if there was going to be a laid, Manager always told me no. I said I needed to know, because I had a hospital that called and offered me the job. He promised there would be no lay offs. Less than 6 weeks later I was laid off.
Productive and fast paced setting and great employees.
Medical Assistant-pcc (Current Employee) – Hilliard, OH – September 1, 2014
Register patients checking in at the window and assessing them to be seen in a timely manner. Check eligibility and verify coverage of insurance. Then I will collect the copay if they have one. Scan the insurance and documents to their chart. Upon checking out the patient is given a summary of their visit.
If needed I check in the back and will help where needed to keep the patient flow moving in the back. Drug screens, injections, vitals, or anything needed.
Medical Assistant Externship/Hired Full Time (Current Employee) – Sidney, OH – September 2, 2013
I arrive to work 20 minutes early, clock in, and prepare for the work day. There are only 3 of us in the office per day. A physician, and another Medical Assistant accompanies me. Once a patient comes in we have them do the appropriate paper work. Then I get them put into DocuTap (EMR) verify the insurance and collect any co payment that may be due at the time of service. The other Medical Assistant and I rotate between the front administration work and clinical. Once a patient is ready in the computer I bring them back, check weight and height and put them into a room. Go in, introduce myself and begin the Chief Complaint, Past Medical History, Medications, Allergies, Surgeries and Procedures, ect. After all that is filled in we begin Vitals. Once everything is complete I instruct the patient that the doctor will be in shortly. Once the physician has gone in and evaluated I assist them with and medication administration, testings (rapid strep, UA, I&D, ect)
The most enjoyable part of my job would have to be either seeing the patient leave happy that they are or will be on the road to recovery or feeling better. Or receiving a call stating that they are doing a lot better and thanking us for our services. Besides I got into health care for a reason, and that is to help others, I am also very fascinated with the human body.
I am a very hard and dedicated worker. I am always looking to excel, and help the company in any way that I can.
Formerly family owned business that treated their employees as family.
Billing Mgr Asst, A/R, Med Recs (Former Employee) – Beavercreek, OH – June 22, 2013
The entire staff and management at HTUC was a working force that strived everyday to offer the highest quality in patient care, before, during and after the visit. In the billing office, I was privileged to experience all aspects of the medical billing world. The entire billing team worked as one unit to ensure patient claims were billed and paid.
overall work experience
when the company was bought and positions eliminated.
Great place to gain experience in the healthcare industry
Lead MA and Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Covington, KY – June 7, 2013
Great place to gain experience as a Rad Tech but very little chances for advancement within the company. I learned that management often did not have healthcare background which made it difficult when there were issues. Worked with some great people and doctors. The hardest part about my job was having to run the front desk when I was not doing Xrays for assisting the doctor. The most enjoyable part about my job was working with some great people and being able to make my own schedule.
Poorly managed, dirty facilities, hire you to work full time and then not schedule you hours. You do the work of three people and when you can't take your lunch break-they are nice enough to go through and edit your pay and take the 1/2 hour any way. They don't care about their employees.
don't provide you with scheduled breaks but takes them out of your paychecks anyways, dirty offices
They provided me a very good experience and i was able to learn very well in their environment. Patients could feel at home and feel as though they were being heard and not ignored. It was a very well organized organization and i loved every minute of my experience with them.
Productive and fun place to work with great people
Medical Assistant Extern (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – May 23, 2012
I would go in and meet my supervisor and we would chat until the patients came in. We all knew when to be serious and when to be relaxed. Me and my supervisor, who was the lead medical assistant, would be nothing but professional behavior with the patients and whenever I had a question about something, I felt comfortable enough to ask. She tought me so much about medications, injections, and how to really listen for the faintess pulse when taking a patients blood pressure. The most enjoyable part of my externship was having the opprotunity to meet such wonderful people, patients, and my co-workers. The most hardest part was having to leave because I had completed the 160 hours needed for me to graduate. But now with the little experience I have I can't wait to put my experience and knowledge into a career being a real medical assistant.