CMA/ Certified Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Anchorage, AK – February 12, 2014
Pros: mostly drug rep lunches a plus
I've worked for many great companies both large and small. The two companies you listed: Summit Family Practice and Primary Care Associates were both good to their employees ,and extremely patient focused. A typical day at Summit FP : Come in at least 10 min before start time, sign into pc program. Sign into EMR program ,and pull up providers schedule – more... for the day . Take pt vitals( BP,Temp,Resp,WT) enter into EMR along with med list allergies,have pt sign or fill out any paper work needed to proceed. Notify provider pt is ready ,review with provider what pt is being seen for ,alerting them of paper work signed or filled out prior. Assist provider if needed. At my station I will enter in pt results, if signed by provider I will scan them to pt's EMR chart, I will enter all immunizations into Vak Trak. including EMR chart.I will continue to call pt's back and enter info to keep provider on time. EKG's done at providers request,including Spirom,CLIA testing,Injections,Nebs treatments,etc. Calling in Rx's, calling pt's for follow up, documenting into EMR. retrieving charts, labs etc per providers request. Sending referrals and lab orders ( mamm,xray,etc. Drawing labs as needed, processing specimens. Management was always helpful and fair and respectful . Co workers mostly friendly focused and team players . Most enjoyable are the patient interactions ,giving patients quality care. – less
Internship (Former Employee), Anderson, SC – May 19, 2013
My time at Primary Care Associates was for an unpaid internship. The people are very professional and stay on top of work. During my time I would often just work up patients. This includes getting their weight, vitals and taking notes for the doctor on reasons they were being scene. The hardest part of the job was hearing the few unprofessional employees – more... curse and talk about other employees. I believe in professionalism and this did not show it. I do also however believe in putting things aside in order to work with fellow employees. The most enjoyable part of the job was working one on one with the patients. – less
Medical Secretary (Former Employee), West Palm Beach, FL – April 27, 2013
Pros: high energy, co-workers and helping people
Cons: not enough help at the front desk.
I would get there in the morning, make sure my schedules for the doctors was ready. I would make coffee for the patients and make sure my work area was clean and everything was ready for that day. Take the phones off service and go in the lab and type lab recquisitions, then check the patients in/out and call patients for there appt.s for the next day – more... and verify all insurance and take payments. Then i would do coding at the end of the day. – less
Medical Administrative Assistant Extern (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – February 25, 2013
Pros: differant atmosphere, hr break
Cons: moving fast
Answering the phones,pulling medical records. Learned to work fast and efficently. Management was good. Co-workers were helpful. catching up with the doctor was the haedest part of the job. Free lunch ever friday, and towere jeans
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Jonesville, MI – December 10, 2012
I enjoy working with the patients and helping them with what they needed, from prescription assistance to simple questions. I answered the phones, as needed. I learned that working with patients is a very rewarding feeling. I maintained an organized work and supply area and worked with vendors to reach an agreeable cost for the supplies. I enjoyed the – more... people that I worked with and learning from them. – less
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Quinlan, TX – November 7, 2012
Pros: working with patients and doctors closely
Cons: i have no cons
One of the best places I have ever worked I started off check I and. Check out and after 3 months was promoted to Medical Assistant where I learned all aspects of that position. Rooming patients preparing patients for surgery, maintained Epsd, giving injections EKGS, minor minor surgeries, drawing blood.etc
Medical Assistant Extern (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – October 20, 2012
I had a lot of fun working with this company. The people I worked with were fun and energetic. The patients ranged from elderly to very young and anything in between. I prepared and gave many flu vaccines. I found that not only was I good at giving injections but i enjoyed doing it as well. I learned some patience in dealing with so many patients at – more... once. I feel the hardest part of the job was trying to keep up with all the patients and keep a nice flow in the office but I did get the hang of it. – less
Technical Support Administrator (Former Employee), Wichita, KS – September 24, 2012
Pros: great atmosphere, knowledge, family base relationships
Cons: no longer working their.
I enjoy everybody that i worked and the relationship we built on and off the job. I like that Primary Care Associates treated me like i belonged their and that they took the time to listen to your opinion in order to help the reach success.
Receptionist and Medical Record Coordinator (Former Employee), Boca Raton, Fl – July 30, 2012
Pros: great learning experience
Cons: no room for advancement
A typical day at work is filling charts, pulling reports, and handle-ling and processing medical records. The start, of my career, pursuit, i decided i wanted to be in the health care field. I am grateful for everything i have learned.
Very busy, fast paced office. I work full-time, intaking and discharging patients, skilled in Epic EMR, giving injections and immunizations, referrals, phone triage and follow up, EKG's, Spirometry, A1C and blood sugar testing, teaching.
Internship (Former Employee), Appleton, WI – April 11, 2012
Pros: making sure the employees stayed healthy
Cons: i was not there long enough to see a con.
I did a 3 week internship, mentors were very nice to show me all I should be aware of in a typical day,I learned how to deal with complicated patients, Management was always asking if you needed assistance, helping out when the waiting room was full. The hardest part of the day was caring for patients who had a fear of doctors, needles, and the children – more... who were sick. I enjoyed going to work everyday, meeting new and old patients, knowing you made a difference in their life. – less
medical Receptionist (Former Employee), Delray Beach, Fl. – December 8, 2011
Pros: loving group of peolpe
Cons: that i had to leave the company for new career
A wonderful place of employment. Co- worker were very warm and welcoming people and willing to teach you what you had to know about your position. Providers encourage their works to achieved their educational goals.