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I ran the office for the doctors
Receptionist/Secretary (Former Employee), Bel Air, MDSeptember 27, 2012
I basic ran the office for the doctors. i started out part time until we opened a new office and we went full time.
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Productive and challenging.
Receptionist/Office manager (Former Employee), Fairfield, CTAugust 23, 2012
Pros: pay and benefits were exceptional
Cons: travel time and job hours did not allow much time left for personal life.
Very busy. Professional atmosphere. Everyone cooperated to get the job done!
The hardest part was the commute.
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Loved the job, co-workers not so much
Front office (Former Employee), Ruston, LaJuly 25, 2012
I enjoyed the work I did for this office. I was there by myself running the office three days a week. We saw patients only two days a week. I would open the office and get everything ready for the day. I answered the phones, made appointments, check patients in and out, billed statements, verified and billed insurances, handled and posted payments, – more... sent accounts to collection, made office deposits, ordered office supplies, etc. I was also the last person to leave in the afternoon. I was the only person working the front office. The one thing that isn't great about this office is some of the co-workers and the office manager. You had to be careful what you said around them. They would twist your words to try and get you in trouble. Before I was let go, four employees had quit in a six month period because of the office manager. The dentist knows this also. – less
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I ran the office for the doctors
Receptionist/Secretary (Former Employee), Bel Air, MDJuly 21, 2012
Pros: taking care and helping patients
Cons: some patients you could not make happy no matter what you did;
I ran the office for the doctors. Greeted patients, set up appointments, took payments from patients and Insurance companies;