LPN (Former Employee), Pensacola, FL – January 23, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: lack of teamwork
For the most part, I enjoyed working at MCC. However, it was difficult because at times there was no team work. I believe that in order to get the job done in a timely manner, everyone needs to be doing their part.
High volume outpatient lab, professional atmsphere
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Pensacola, FL – October 4, 2013
Pros: learned something new everyday!
This was a great job. It was very fast paced lab but I still was able to connect with the patients while they were in my care. I always did my best to keep the patient comfortable and informed about what was being done to them and why. I usually collected blood specimens from seventy or more patients daily. I was crossed trained and promoted within – more... the lab for the positions of Laboratory Service Representative (patient registration and insurance verification) and Specimen Processor (SP). As SP I was responsible for ALL specimens received from entire Medical Center. I processed each as dictated by the nature of the test(s) ordered. Many items were contracted to be sent to reference labs and I prepared each for shipping. – less
Medical Assisting Extern (Former Employee), Pensacola, FL – July 15, 2013
I checked in 60 patients a day took there height weight vital signs checked there medications and put them in rooms. I called and scheduled MRIs and other tests. I wrote prescriptions and called in prescriptions
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Pensacola, Florida – December 6, 2012
Cons: too many to list! see above!
I've been in the medical field for over 25 years and this is, by far, the worse place I've ever worked! Run the other way.....I'd rather dig ditches than work here! Management is inept and uncaring. Physicians are horrendous and abusive. And, expect to do the work of three people on a pitiful salary! Beware...this place was a nightmare. Just look at – more... their turnover rate!! – less