administrative (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 18, 2015
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic was a great place to work. You have set hours Monday through Friday, holidays off, excellent vacation time and PTO, and great benefits. It is a place that feels like family.
The worst part of the job is working for a non-profit the salaries are lower and increases do not come often.
Good co-workers. Rewarding work. Wonderful supervisor
Breast Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 13, 2015
Self motivating position. A typical day could start with checking in patients, scheduling appointments to making sure that patients are transported to their appointments or referrals written and signed by physician. Good place for learning multiple skills.
Coding and Billing Internship (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 19, 2014
I worked as a Medical office Assistant and a Medical Coder and Biller. I would sort files, verify insurance eligibility using Availity, Ability, or any other individual insurance website. I would code procedures for the office. I would make folders for patients and file those. Used the telephone to verify insurance and check claims with the insurance companies.
Human Resource Manager (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – September 16, 2013
Supervisors are supportive. The company is a visionary to all medical facilities. You would learn a lot from the leadership of the Clinic. Co-workers are enthusiastic about their position. Hardest part of the job was leaving to take care of family.
Public Health Nurse (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 14, 2012
Most staff is friendly but over worked creating a burnout effect. Management is focused on being cutting edge and obtaining grant opportunities even if the community does not use the services. Too much focus on funding and not quality patient care.
DENTAL ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Oklahoma city, ok – July 26, 2012
A typical day there is helping as many people as we can, but we are limited to how many people we can see, and there are so many that need the health care help, sometimes we have to turn away people for them to come back another day