I enjoyed working with caring coworkers and physicians.
Patient Support Representative (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – December 2, 2015
It was a busy medical office where multitasking was required. I learned to use scanner, copier, and fax machines. I was a team player, and used time wisely. The hardest part was rescheduling patients, continually. My coworkers were great to work with.
We did have free lunches, coffee bar, and ice cream brought in.
It was a busy office and some office breaks were not taken.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – June 4, 2015
All around it is an environment of negativity. You must bring up your whole personal life in order to work here otherwise you're accused of not enjoying your job. Patient care is horrible and at the end of the day all you get in return is everything you do wrong. There are ALOT of double standards with rules. Management has favoritism and are very unprofessional.HR WAS A JOKE!! The work environment is very hostile!!! I have had physical objects thrown at me by patients and are not dismissed for inappropriate behavior. You end up doing everyone's job and get burnt out quick.
high turnover rate, pay is unreasonable for the work, and bad management (HR WILL AVOID YOU AT ALL COSTS)
Case Management (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – May 19, 2015
A wonderful company to work for, enjoyable work environment, learning new information daily. I have worked with some of the best co-workers, hope to continue my career here with Mountain View Med Group.
Patient Support Rep (Former Employee) – Mountain View Medical Group – September 29, 2014
I worked as a Patient Support Rep,greeting patients as they came in and taking payments,making copies of insurance cards and registering patients in computer.I learned how to treat people with respect and enjoyed it.my manager was great also and I liked my co workers no problems as i get along with everyone.the hardest part of that job was when my dr retired and had to be transferred to other offices. the most enjoyable part was helping pts with what they needed.
As a former Employee from this company, It started out as a great work environment and seemed like a small family. However as I took on more responsibilities trying to get time off for a sick child or even a family vacation was impossible. For example at Christmas time I put in time for vacation for the summer for a Friday and Monday off and it was granted then revoked. The pay advances are a 10% raise that happens yearly. The back office is always short staffed. I tried to stick it out only because the girls I worked with were great, but being overworked and unappreciated it all became to much.