You have your crazy days where you sit just to clock in and on your feet the rest of the 8hrs. It exciting and fast paced. Management is always contradicting and poor communication, never admits to fault but always pointing the finger
Registered Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Bridgeport, CT – July 20, 2017
My typical work day at Optimus will be taking vitals, doing HGB/GLU, cultures, restocking and supplies ordering, medical records. I also know how to do insurances, all front office needs (faxes, phones, appointments, check in/out patients, etc.)
Medical assistant taking vital signs (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – March 15, 2017
The Company gives special programs and plans to patients without insurance and low income. Not restriction to people without immigration documents Attention homeless people and shelters people More community activities
Medical Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Bridgeport, CT – February 6, 2014
My typical day at work was very fast paced, there was never really any down time but I loved every minute. I learned so much, especially interacting with the patients. I learned so many different techniques on how to use my skills such as dermal puncture, blood pressure measures, etc. Everyone I worked with was a joy to be around and was very easy going in letting me shadow them to learn. I can not say there was a hard part in the job because I enjoyed every moment knowing that this is the field of work I wanted to be in. I love caring for people and this gave me the opportunity to do so.