Patient Financial Services Representative (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – March 16, 2016
Every day is different, no day is quite the same. I have enjoyed every lesson learned from this work eeperience. There are different departments, so the company has various managers. My co-workers are fun and interesting. There are really no hard parts of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is working in a very diverse and friendly environment.
Call Center Manager (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – November 9, 2015
The Communications at MEC does not filter well; there are a few chosen managers/directors that control the company in the direction in which they think it should go. That’s fine if they are open to new ideas and perspectives. The management is bias in the treatment of employees of color who from all accounts are paid less than whites in the same job. There are privileges that are only allowed for a certain few. The board of directors ran by the partners which are the doctors that work for the practice. The doctors are self-centered narcissi and greedy with no empathy for the employees who make them wealthy and the practice work. Not munch measure placed on team work or team building. Although there is an ongoing managers training that is in place and gives guidance in practice and procedures that is commendable. It’s said when first coming to this organization that, thinking out of the box is welcomed, new idea are allowed to be nurtured. Not true. It is a culture of go along to get along with the managers and directors that are in control. If you are not, than you become a target for not being a team player. There’s no input from the people who actually do the work. No change management and there is certainly no process alignment thought out the company or between departments.
Long time employees are dedacated to the company.
There are no mesures to promote to other within, a culture of Favoritism
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – January 2, 2015
On a typical work day I created, destroyed, sorted, and filed medical charts. * I learned how to input information in the medical records systems (NextGen) * Management was very knowledgeable and helpful *I had awesome coworkers in a very diverse company * There was no hard part of the job. * Most enjoyable part of the job was working with coworkers.
PATIENT SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – November 9, 2014
A typical day at work required me to come in at 7:15 and start checking out patients. Around 12:30 is when i got a lunch break and i left around 4:15. In this position, I learned to check-in, check-out, schedule appointments, call center, switchboard, enter CPT and diagnosis codes, balance payments at the end of the day, responsible for closing the office, setting the alarm, making sure all cash money added up before leaving, greeting patients, and helping patients at the kiosk. I loved my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was the patient load with a short staff. also dealing with an unhappy patient while in the middle of a rush. The most enjoyable part of this job was helping the patients and seeing their faces when you have found an answer to their problem.
COA (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – May 15, 2014
Overall I would give the company a 3 star rating. Too many chiefs not enough Indians. I enjoyed the people and the Doctors of course. They do not care about your personal life, so don't bring it to work. They work you to death and don't want to pay you for it, or even began to appreciate it.
Excellent workplace with some opportunity for advancement
Surgical Technician, Marietta Eye Surgery Center (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – January 7, 2014
This is a very professionally run surgical center that offers competitive pay with the opportunity to work your maximum hours without having to take off for low census days. I enjoy the people I work with and love the knowledge I have gained here.
Medical Administrative Assistant (Intern) (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – November 27, 2012
I did my intern here and it was a productive, fun, and friendly workplace.I was interning in the medical records part. Well I was there I learned a lot of things.Such as chart purging,putting files in alphabetical order. My supervisor was nice and my co-worker was very helpful.To me there weren't anything hard for me to do and the most enjoyable part of the job was gaining experience in working in medical records and learning new things.
lots of negativity from management,employees try to remain positive
Lead Technician (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – August 31, 2012
Always something to keep you busy,long work dsys,lots of expectations,mgmt doesnt respect or value the employees,work hard but not respected or appreciated for it, fellow associstes try to work as a team but mgmt tries to work you against each other, i loved working with the patients and the dr assigned to
Fun work place with great people and outside activities.
Contact Lens Specialist (Current Employee) – Acworth, GA – March 13, 2012
Marietta Eye Clinic is a great company to work for, they operate like a family owned business. Everyone is so personable and ready to help you with anything, they keep a good work and family life balance, they even have events for employee family's to attend.
good working enviroment, great people, company history
little room for advancement, policy changes are frequent.