Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Irwin, PA – August 20, 2017
The most enjoyable about my day is seeing all the kids. When I work since I'm only part time there I normally give the kids more stickers then they should get but I figure 75% of the time when they are in the office they either got bloodwork shots a throat swab or digging in the ears.
Practice Administrator (Former Employee) – cumming ga – January 13, 2018
great place to work, I enjoyed growing the business. We grew the business from a solo practice to a 9 provider group. I was involved in many top level projects such as revenue cycle, hiring physicians and business development
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – 1800 SE 17th Street,Ocala,Fl-34471 – January 5, 2018
Very bad place to work.At hiring table they promised s raise after -3 months training period which never happened in 1 full year.Admisistrative People are very unprofessional and less educated,they will always pull employees leg for no specific reason.Gossiping about employees is a popular subject in that company.They hire 1 people for doing 3 people’s job with minimum pay.
I mostly worked sitting on my desk and they autograph cut 30 minuets from my check.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 20, 2017
The usual day starts at 7:30 with a minimum of 8 hours per day. They have 10+ offices but I've worked in only two of them. The pace was balanced but some days are hectic as in any job. They are paying good and I recommended this job for a friend of mine. You can't do anything beside the job if you work full time and in my case I wanted to do medical board examinations and that was the problem but other than that everything was perfect and really nice place to work.
Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – The Villages, FL – November 14, 2017
The best thing was the learning experience, however, there is way to much gossip and back-stabbing which has hurt some good employees. There is a very high employee turn-over rate which is indicative of having disgruntled employees.
Billing and Coding (Former Employee) – The Villages, FL – November 10, 2017
They out source some of the billing out of the country. So there was a little bit of communication issues. The manager worked from home which made communications a little challenging. The job worked for the time. They no longer do any billing in house, all out source.
Associate (Current Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – August 26, 2017
Such a wonderful office with great staff. The docs are amazing and very funny. This office cares about their patients and staff. It's so refreshing to see that good customer service is still alive and well.
MLT (ASCP) (Former Employee) – Monroeville, PA – August 1, 2016
I loved my job as a technician, but due to the demands of my family at home I was unable to dedicate the 40 hours a week that the job required. There's a lot of extra tasks assigned to the technicians that I felt could have been distributed to the manager and not to the techs who are busy most of the day. Especially on the evening shift, since there's only one person. Overall, not a bad lab to work in. It's small so there isn't a lot of pressure to rush. However, no variety in day to day tasks.
Great benefits package, not too stressful, good pay
The evening tech is the only tech at night, not an easy schedule if you have children, not a lot of room to advance
Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Forest Hills, PA – June 19, 2016
The turn over is high due to low pay and high unachieveable expectations. Senior management and admin don't care about the employees. My manager tries to get us raises but is always told no, she does a great job but is just as frustrated as everyone else. Managers are afraid to speak up because of their supervisor who screams at them. I left for a peaceful work environment.
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Monroeville, PA – November 12, 2014
I did filing, copying, faxing, pulling charts, checked in patients and delivered charts to the doctors. I enjoyed worked with the patients and doctors. My manager was super and kind. I learned how to check patients in and processing payments.
Practice Assistant (Former Employee) – Monroeville, PA – July 12, 2012
A typical day would be answering at least a 100 calls a day from parents wanting medical advice for their sick child or to make an appointment. Also checking them in with insurance verification of type of insurance, and confirming that all pertinent information was correct. Checkout required collecting co-payments and scheduling follow up appointments if needed. We would also assemble new patient charts, filling, pulling charts for the next days visits.
I learned more about how to remain calm in emergency situations. I also learned a lot about children.
My co-workers were all compassionate intelligent people. From the physicians and the nurses right down to the cleaning crew.
The toughest thing about this job was seeing all the little children that were ill. Or the crying little babies when they were finished getting the shots that were required.
The was one part of this job I absolutely adored. Getting to see all the newborns who became our patients.
seeing happy children at play, the comfortable yet busy work space