Lead Medical Assistant/BMO (Former Employee) – Neptune Beach, FL – August 6, 2015
Learned about occupational medicine, urgent care trauma medicine, developed my x-ray skills with digital x-ray. Auto accident protocol. Enjoyed the management responsibilities.. the staff was great and the state of the art equipment was wonderful
benefits decreased when the new investors bought it out
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Coconut Creek, FL – June 14, 2016
•Greeting and checking patients in with appropriate paper work. •Checking patients in and coding out into Solar database. •Verifying patients insurance & collecting payment by phone and internet • Monitor patient waiting rooms for cleanliness and security.
X-ray technician, Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 29, 2014
Great very busy at all times. 12 hours shifts awesomeness. Co workers become really close and reliable (most). I learned a lot urgent care facility 70+ patients a day. Workers comp, auto injuries,basic physicals ect.
Medical Technician and Driver (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 11, 2014
very busy and hard to get a lunch break. I've learned that the body can be very delicate. Management was good,it was just the company itself needed to be ran better from the people in higher positions. the hardest part of the job was long hours with no breaks,and no lunches.
Supervisor/Lead (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – December 11, 2012
Its such a previlage to have had the oppurtunity to work with such an awesome staff and Physicians , This was a great place to have started and was given the oppurtunity to have grown with the company.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – November 27, 2012
This was my first job as a Medical Assistant. I enjoyed the office and my co workers so much. It was always plenty to learn. The Dr. didn't mind showing the MA's whats what, we worked hand and hand. If I was to go back to Jacksonville,FL This will be one business I will apply for again.. I love working here...
Registrar (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 25, 2012
I worked at Solantic for about 7-8 months. I loved it. Unfortunately I was let go because of some attendance issues I was having. I was at a place in my life where I thought that hanging out with my friends was more important. The facility was always clean and for the most part the employees cared about the patients. If there was any kind of drama it was never handled in front of patients or where anybody could see or hear. Everybody was professional and nice.
Registrar (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 6, 2012
I worked at Solantic as a Registrar. I was the first and last person the patient saw when they were there. I would greet them as they walked it, hand them the appropriate paper work to fill out, make sure their demographics were up to date. I would also verify their insurance and let them know how much their copay was going to be. This is where I first learned about billing and coding. They hired on a new manager about 4 months after I started working there. She didn't know anything about healthcare and the registars ended up having to train her on the system and show her how to enter the patient's information, as well as how to verify insurance. She didn't seem to care too much about the staff, she would put on like she did but for some reason it didn't seem genuine. The other staff members were wonderful for the most part. They made sure the front knew what was going on in the back so we would be able to give an accurate wait to time the patients. The hardest part of the job was having a manager that didn't know anything about healthcare, insurance or really anything about the company. Being able to work directly with the patients, staff, and doctor was great.
caring staff, nice facility, stayed busy so there was always something to do
short lunch break, no 5 or 10 minute break even when you worked a double, manager didn't know anything about healthcare
Rad tech, MA (Former Employee) – Saint Augustine, FL – June 11, 2012
I learned just about everything that was available to learn. I was cross-trained in every position. I was competent at the front desk for patient registration and check-out. I could perform all Medical Assisting skills, from vitals to assisting with procedures, giving injections, collecting specimens and answering patient inquiries efficiently and accurately. I was also responsible for image acquisition. I filled in at other centers, and I signed up on several occasions for things such as the Mud Run and off-site clinics.