Receptionist (Former Employee) – Pontiac, IL – April 5, 2017
Typical day is answering phone, set up appointments, checking in patients. Learned about different ways of doing cares on feet. Management was great. No hard part of the job. It was good experience of learning about the podiatry.
-Assisting Customers, Handling Money, Making Sure The Store Was Up To Par. Cleaning work area, assisting the doctor with anything needed, answering phones & booking appointment & confirming appointments. -I learned a lot customer service skills. -management was good , there was never really an issue. -workplace culture was great I loved it. -the hardest part is just dealing with rude customers which I've come accustomed to. -the best part is interacting with customers & just making sure they are happy & satisfied.
Interacting with customers & making sure they are happy
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – October 18, 2016
A typical work day we have a high patient volume, comes with high amounts of paper work through out day. what I learn on a regular basis is new medications and doses for when filling a script for the doctor. As far as management I worked for one Dr. it was more personal and I thought the management was great. I think the hardest part can be when we run behind and if the communication starts to fail. patients of course get up set, but it happens everywhere. The most enjoyable part is learning new things daily along side being there to help people, interact and be social.
Front Office /Back Office Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Portsmouth, VA – June 7, 2015
Each day was different. thoroughly enjoyed caring for the patients and learning the aspects of the Medical Administrative Field. We were assigned positions the morning of arrival and those are the positions we held each day. A large portion of the day was utilized to obtain patient information and referrals for further treatment. Also obtaining pre-authorizations from insurance vendors.
Exciting work environment no day was the same
used papercharts very difficult hgh turn over rate
Doctor was unorganized so staff was always at fault not a good introduction to new career
Medical Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Portsmouth, VA – July 29, 2014
My review of Podiatry Ltd was one that prepared me for multi-tasking and keeping customers happy regardless of situation of staff. Things were always being shuffled around in office and we had to keep professionalism in adversity .
lunchings were fed and met different represenatives from different companies
Wasn't paid for overtime and critisised at all times by Dr office manager tried to make up for it
Medical Assistant Academy (Former Employee) – Bethel Park, PA – December 6, 2013
This is a good place to work if you don't have a family. There is potential for unlimited overtime however for those that have families they are not considerate of your schedule. They do have you come in early, stay late, and even work weekends even if you explain you are not able to. They do compensate with medical benefits to some degree however they are not fair with their wages.
East Valley Foot and Ankle Specialist (Former Employee) – mesa, az – November 26, 2013
I started at EVFA had a great working experience. Had an excellent management staff until our office manager relocated back to her home state then the assistant took her position and it then became a office of caos and disorginization.
Medical Office Specialist (externship) (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – June 9, 2013
I had a great time at the Podiatry Center of Richmond. I learned many things in regards to the medical world. Feet were the emphasis and I learned a great deal. I excelled in customer satisfaction and left this company with a great recommendation.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Portsmouth, VA – January 15, 2013
A typical day at work begins at 8am starting with pulling patient charts, escorting them to their room and starting their updated chart notes about why they are being seen or determining whether it is a follow-up. Management taught me about the proper COMP notes for certain diagnosis and that certain rules have to be set in the workplace for everyone to do thier job. Most of my co-workers were hardworking and some were unreliable which made work harder. The hardest part of my job is trying to finish my task and someone elses. The most enjoyable part of my job was making patients feel better before the left our office.