Front Desk Specialist (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – July 11, 2017
I enjoyed the people I worked with and my patients. However I went above and beyond every time and never got a raise. Actually, I was never given a 90 day review or a yearly review, even though I asked multiple times. I eventually just got tired of not feeling appreciated and sought better opportunities. I would work there again if there was a better management system put in place and a better compensation rate. Benefits were good and the hours were decent.
Good people, decent hours, benefits, learning experience
No compensation, no reviews, poor upper management
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – August 1, 2017
This company has very poor management. HR department does nothing to help you out when your having an issue with someone else. Pay is very low for the amount of work they pile on you. Turnover rate is terrible! Every week there's a new employee in a different department. If your looking to work in Orthopedics, I would highly recommend JOI before SOS.
Medical assistant/Scribe (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – July 4, 2017
I was able to learn about multiple different specialties and I love learning. The hardest part of the job is working a lot of hours and going above and beyond, but not really feeling as if I was compensated enough for it. I even emailed my manager and higher positions about my expected 30 day evaluation for a raise and was never responded to.
From day one they lied to a co worker and i about our positions. interviewed for one thing hired on and stuck in another position. not to concerning but once they tell you the next available position is yours. and you end up watching 12 others get hired on and let go in 6 months.... in the position you wanted it gets old quick.
Physical Therapy Authorization Coordinator (Current Employee) – Orange Park, FL – May 4, 2015
Typical day at work is just kinda everywhere, no set position or organization. Things are constantly changing but with no training on anything new. I learned to be patient with patients and take everyday with stride. Management is pretty good, hard to talk to about issues. Co workers are okay, sometimes to many chiefs and not enough Indians. Hardest part of the job is not getting adequet training on new policies and changes. Most enjoyable part of the job are the patients and physicians.