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Medical Assistant (Current Employee), Virginia Beach, VASeptember 14, 2014
Take patients’ vital signs and follow up with timely and accurate charting procedures. Assist Health Care Providers with initial assessment of patients upon admission; reported changes in patients’ conditions and other matters of concern for immediate resolve. Maintain open lines of communication between patients, physician, staff, and laboratory/radiology – more... personnel. – less
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Great work environment and team work
Clinical Medical Assistant (Current Employee), Allentown, PAAugust 16, 2014
Pros: the variety of patients, not much down time but it is never boring.
Cons: short breaks, but my manager is always cooking for us or ordering food.
The typical day is very steady patient flow. Never know what is coming through the door, every one works as part of a team to get the job done. Sometimes triaging multiple patients and ordering/performing labs can get overwhelming. But like I said my coworkers always step up and help out, this is why I love coming to work here.
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Nice Work Enviorment
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee), Virginia Beach, VAJuly 21, 2014
Providing the best customer serivce to patients. The hardest part of the job is trying to provide good service, the enjoyable part is knowing that you did when your patients walks out happy and feeling better.
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RN (Former Employee), PaJuly 17, 2014
Pros: 7 hour shifts
Cons: short lunch or no lunch, pay, management
Serious issues with communication between management and staff. Watch your back. Called by HR for even the smallest misunderstanding. Not aloud to perform tests you may have done elsewhere several hundred times. Pay was abysmal for the responsibilities required, Despite 20 plus years experience! Computer program is complicated yet archaic! Why else – more... would you need 180 hours of training? Must document the way they want you to...no matter what. There were some great people in the training department but that's where it ends. They say they are like family, but will stab you in the back at the end. – less
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Productive
Office Assistant (Current Employee), Waltham, MAJuly 9, 2014
Many different doctors. fun, very busy with some down time. Easy work and get to work with wonderful doctors
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Great job. Great management. Terrific co-workers.
Radiology Supervisor/Medical Asst./Pt Registrar (Former Employee), Glen Allen, VAJuly 6, 2014
Pros: great hours, benefits, & teamwork
Cons: at that time they did not have tuition reimbursement
A typical day consisted of clocking in, turning x-ray equipment on, cleaning room and prepping it for the day, start bringing patients back to exam rooms and preparing them for the physicians, obtaining vitals, collecting needed lab specimens, performing x-rays as ordered and performing medical assistant duties when not busy performing x-rays. I learned – more... all aspects of the company from patient registration & discharge to medical assisting in addition to my x-ray duties. Management and co-workers were terrific. We were a close bunch. The hardest part of the job was not getting too emotionally involved so not to be able to perform my job. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I made a difference in every patient's life each day. – less
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EMERGENCY MEDICAL CTR
Patient Service Rep (Former Employee), Richmond, VASHORT PUMP CTRJune 14, 2014
REGISTERED PATIENTS. VERY BUSY, PART TIME JOB . WORKED 3 WEEKENDS PER MONTH AND OCCASSIONALY EVENINGS DURING WEEK WHEN NEEDED. DURING FLU SEASON COULD REGISTER CLOSE TO 100 PATIENTS IN 8 HR SHIFT WITHOUT BREAKS.
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Great organization to work for
Staff RN (Current Employee), Henrico, VAApril 10, 2014
Excellent patient care, friendly, competent staff, well-run company, competitive salary
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Family Atmosphere
Assitant Accountant (Current Employee), Glen Allen, VAMarch 24, 2014
Positive attitude and family oriented. So busy the day flies by.
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Growing company
Staff Physician (Former Employee), Lake Ridge, VAMarch 22, 2014
Nice work/life balance. Growing company. 7 hour shifts with great supporting staff.
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Great place to work
Patient Service Representative(Part-Time) (Current Employee), Newport News, VAMarch 12, 2014
I in put patients demographics, collect co-payments, answer telephones, sort and distribute mail, and maintain office files
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work environment
LPN, Staff Nurse/ Charge Nurse (Former Employee), VAFebruary 13, 2014
Pros: decent hours
Cons: pay
Pt first was a great fun place to work. The physicians and providers are a great group. The nurses are wonderful
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Customer Service Driven Workplace with the best coworkers
Patient Services Representative (Current Employee), Lutherville, MDFebruary 5, 2014
Working at Patient First is a pleasure. A typical day at work is pretty steady with patient flow in and ot of the center. Customer service is key and very important. I've learned things like medical terminology and how to recognize different insurances. Management here is always at or fingertips. They are always so helpful whether we need them or not. – more... My coworkers are like family, just at work. We all know how to come together. I wouldn't say that the job is hard, its completely enjoyable. I love that the work day makes my days fly by. It makes the workday so much easier. – less
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Fast paced
Staff RN (Former Employee), Virginia Beach, VA.January 15, 2014
Hard working co-workers
There were several older physician who were not professional to patients and visitors
Poor computer entry systems
Only nurse working your shift
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Part Time PSR
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee), Laurel, MDJanuary 8, 2014
Pros: enjoyable work family
Cons: no lunch breaks
Very busy during winter months. Not much downtime to take a short mental break.
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productive and fun place to work for
Assisting nurses and physicians (Current Employee), Catonsville, MDDecember 29, 2013
Pros: love the double pay during holiday day
Cons: n/a
triaging patient
take patient vital sign
I love going to work everyday because I love being able to make a difference in someone else life and put a smile on their face
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This is a good place to work however all position are Nurse driven
Medical Assistant/Treatment area Trainer (Current Employee), Richmond VADecember 16, 2013
I work with both nurses and physicians that provide a service to patient. I organize the visit from start to finish. Now that I have complete my BS degree I would like to move toward my field of study.
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Professional Enviroment
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee), Wyomissing, PADecember 11, 2013
Pros: clean environment
Cons: great team
The most enjoyable subject about my job is the professionalism is very well managed. We all work in respectful manners as a team to the company. It can become difficult when one thing damages that effects the whole work environment of the work force. But you learn to be a team player to find other ways to complete the job successfully and properly. – more... On a typical day everything much just runs smoothly and professionally. – less
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a 15 pg contract for part time work
extender (Former Employee), PANovember 15, 2013
Pros: locations every few miles, new facilities everywhere
Cons: once you sign, you're theirs with no wiggle room...hire a lawyer before you committ
was offered a position with a requirement of 28 WEEKEND hours per month. The contract included a 2 year exclusivity clause that would not allow me to work within a 15 mile radius if I left. the pay scale is pathetic for this region, and they only pay HALF of the base wage for "administrative time" because "paperwork is less strenuous than patient care." – more... Management is all about being pretty, forms need to be filled out neatly, but if you ask a question or challenge them in any way, you are made out to be a criminal. I cant imagine ANYONE signing on unless they are truly desperate or totally naive... – less
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IT OK
Medical Assistant (Current Employee), Richmond, VAOctober 26, 2013
Pros: working around people
Cons: short breaks
great place to work for but every job have its down fall and they have plenty

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