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Providence Medical Group Employer Reviews

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Working with Patients
Billing Specialist (Former Employee), Terre Haute INFebruary 26, 2014
Pros: close to home and fun place to work
Cons: no parking area
Enjoyed working with Patients to solved with there accounts. Love to work and solved problems and aging accounts.
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had a chance to meet new doctors and co-workers
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Dayton, OHFebruary 1, 2014
Pros: learned a lot and worked with different employees and doctors
Cons: not enough hours and traveled a lot
I was need as a PRN, didn't get much hours. Loved traveling to different doctors offices and was able to learn a lot.
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Good Room for Advancement
Registrar (Current Employee), Portland, ORJanuary 23, 2014
Lots of different departments and opportunities.
Supervisors are usually pretty great, but managers are generally disconnected and not willing to jump in and help when needed.
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Office Nursing
LPN/OFFICE MANAGER (Former Employee), Terre Haute, INJanuary 16, 2014
wonderful experience working with highly education team of professional.
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Very unorganized and stressful
Billing Representative (Former Employee), Terre Haute, INJanuary 12, 2014
Pros: the job i love to do
Cons: others wondering about what you are doing
My typical day at work consist of me working in progress, sents and file rejected on the computer. My main objective was to get claims out and to see why the others where not going though I.E could be person has insurance and at time of service they didn't, wrong Insurance ID was enter wrong.
I learned a lot of different things their on my own. I loved – more... my job and loved doing what I did, I felt as I was an asset to the company.
My co-workers loved drama and I am a drama free worker. I want to come in and do my job and go home.
The hardest part of my job was the other employees ( co-workers) worry about others duties and not theirs
My most enjoyable part of the job was learning different things rather it be small or large. Learning is always a key. – less
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Nice place to work
Credentialing Coordinator (Current Employee), Moraine, OhioDecember 17, 2013
Pros: benefits
Cons: company is having growing pains
I've been there for 10 years. Since it's inception. Providence has grown and kept up with the times. Could also be considered a trendsetter in their field. Hardest part is just keeping up with all the changes. Communications break downs are frequent, it's hard to keep everyone informed of everything. Co Workers are great, all pull together to help each – more... other and the group. – less
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Great Experience
Medical assistant/Walk in clinic/urgent care (Former Employee), Central Point, ORDecember 8, 2013
Pros: 12 hr shifts, but 5 days off in a row
Cons: 12 hour shifts, very few breaks
Nice place to work, gained a lot of experience, and really enjoyed the patient's and the diversity. Made a lot of great friends, and met a lot of great people. The learning and education was a plus, as all the physicians and nurses are eager to teach and help.
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Friendliest people I ever worked with
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Newberg, OROctober 24, 2013
Pros: meetings that gave us the opportunity to expresss our concerns regarding different issues!
Cons: low pay
Every day was busy something I was really grateful for! The management was "state of the art"! The hardest part of the job was calling elderly patients that had hearing problems!
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Externship as a Medical Assistant was a good learning experience.
Externship Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Kansas City, KSOctober 22, 2013
Pros: assessment of patients history and maintaining confidentiality
Cons: new computer systems on changes that upsets patients waiting time.
The enjoyable part of my job was learning new procedures and getting to know people around the Communnity. Adapting to new changes was a good pro to becoming a great Medical Assistant. I learned alot of things such as how to file letters, diagnostic reports. Make appointment reminders for patients and comply with Hippa law for confidentiality of patients – more... rights. Rooming patients and assessment of patients medical records to assure patients information is updated in the charts. Educated patient on scheduling and any information patients has concerns of. Making the best to patients needs and concerns. – less
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Great Core Values for the patients, but not for employees
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), OregonOctober 17, 2013
A lot of favortism at the clinic where I worked. This made the working environment difficult at times.
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Good
Medical Assistant (Current Employee), Centralia, WASeptember 29, 2013
Pros: allows growth
Cons: allows growth but not extra compensation for the extras
Providence has allowed me to grow in ways other than MA. I have increased my resume quite a bit and also have learned a lot.

I would recommend Providence to others without hesitation.
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Tremendous values. Great place to work
Administrator (Former Employee), Medford, ORSeptember 20, 2013
Providence was a great place to work. They honor diversity and are true to their guiding values and mission statement.
Pay and benefits are good and their staff are very engaged in their work.
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Great variety with compassion for patients
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee), Floating Silver Lake Mill Creek clinicsAugust 28, 2013
I am on call and may be scheduled ahead or called in at anytime to cover a shift. I work with all different doctors and rooming their patients. I also work on Desktop management and Patient results and message management
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Mission driven organization
Program Coordinator, Patient Centered Care (Current Employee), Portland, ORJuly 11, 2013
-A typical day at work involves managing projects, communication to leadership and patients, prioritizing, organization, executing program developments, and strategically problem solving.
-I have learned how to develop a new innovation program for Providence Medical Group to a level of sustainability that is changing the culture of how we take care – more... of our patients.
-I report directly to the Director for my program who I view as my mentor.
-The environment I work in is positive.
-The hardest part of the job, at this point, is not feeling like I am using my skills as much as i would like and am ready to grow my career more.
-The most enjoyable part of the job is leading groups of executives and patients who are partnering together and making an difference in quality improvement efforts for the organization. – less
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Amazing Company
Medical Assistant (Current Employee), Portland, ORJune 26, 2013
Great people to work for. They are friendly staff and a typical day is enriching the lives of others.
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Great people here.
Certified Medical Assistant/Family Medicine (Former Employee), Portland, ORMay 19, 2013
Providence is a good place to work. You feel valued as an employee.
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A good job!
Providence Supply Management Courier (Current Employee), Portland OregonMarch 7, 2013
Pros: independence
Cons: other drivers
Good people and great place to work! I learned to be a better person by helping the sick, and the people that are part of my work are great folks with positive attitudes. The best part of my job is the opportunity to help people and work hard but the down fall would be the risk of driving around with the weather always shifting. But for the most part, – more... Providence is one of the best jobs i have ever held! – less
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Great Core Values, disrespect for Nurse Practitioners...
Family Nurse Practitioner (Current Employee), Central Point, ORDecember 19, 2012
Pros: large company
Cons: terrible compensation
I make less than half the salary of my physician coworkers and see as many clients at the same level of acuity.
Providence is not committed to the nurse practitioner movement.
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Patient Accounts Representative (Former Employee), Terre Haute, INSeptember 16, 2012
Great co-workers, busy work environment. Time management skills are a must at this employer.
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Nice company to work for but, not managed well.
Manage Care Coordinator (Current Employee), los angeles, ca.July 26, 2012
Would prefer not to discuss. I like working in the medical field and the ability to help others. The hardest part of this job is to not let your feelings get involved.