Not at all what is advertised for the patient or employee in my opinion. You are expected to herd patients as if they are animals, yet give elite customer service. Benefits are not beneficial in the least. If you have kids, you might as well look forward to finding someone to watch them when they are sick or finding another job. Political influence is strong. You better know somebody if you're looking to climb the latter. There are many, many gray areas regarding everything in this practice including policies and procedures as well as doctor preferences. Everything is circumstantial. That being said, it is very easy to get into a "damned if you do, damned if you dont" situation. While it is a true statement these doctors have the best expertise of their specialty, the sad part is, in my opinion, you are not valued as an employee or patient. It's all about the almighty dollar it seems.
Getting a paycheck. A sad one, but nevertheless a paycheck.
Not being able to provide true customer service due to overloading schedules, Co workers not being held accountable, Underpaid, Favoritism, Dealing with nasty patients on account of someone else not doing their job, Works on a skeleton crew so if someone is out sick or on vacation, Its nearly impossible to do your job efficiently, with a smile on your face while providing "excellent customer service"