Productive but stressful at times but all in all a decent work place
Medical Office Professional/Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 3, 2017
Typical work day for me was always busy but busy is good & sometimes it could be a little stressful but I'm sure that's true with any job. I learned if you go your job & do it well it will benefit you in the long run. Management was good but some supervisors were too into their title & not their position. Workplace culture was basically good but too many office gossipers & would of liked more initiative from some employees & not so much animosity towards others. The hardest part of my job was not always getting solutions to some problems. The most enjoyable part of my job was working with some very nice people.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – December 13, 2016
Work is where we develop and find ourselves to do what we like or love to do. I enjoyed my days working at Sunrise Medical Group. Of course there are good days and bad days but which job or position in your life doesn't have those. I am a fast learner and an excellent employee and will learn to expand my abilities.
Not only did I get to help my patients, I worked with a great team of physicians.
We should all be able to work with little mishaps or set backs.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Stevens Point, WI – October 2, 2016
I worked in quality assurance so I inspected hospital equipment. I learned something new everyday how equipment worked and how to build them. I worked with great people. The hardest part of the job when we had to do a recall and rebuild or reinspect all over again. The best part is when there were no defects its very rewarding
Externship/Trainee (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – June 27, 2016
Was able to train and gain experience. Since it is a small company there is no room for growth. The benefits are not so great since it is a small company and the cost of medical insurance is very high.
Physician (Current Employee) – Santa Rosa, NM – January 11, 2015
Work in two different rural clinics in eastern New Mexico. From the support staff to the administrators and even the community members are all treated like family. Every provider I have had the privilege to work with other physicians and mid levels are supportive, compassionate and knowledgable
Busy Primary Care Practice with great Medical Staff and Physicians
Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Oakland Park, FL – March 1, 2014
Worked in Primary Care Office on an average day we saw about 30-40 patients. I worked collaborately with my boss. The staff worked hard and we all got along well. It was a very busy office but I learned a great deal. I learned how to deal with difficult patients but most of the time our patients were friendly. I developed an increase knowledge in treating patients with diabetes, hypertension, cholesterol, chest pain, etc. The most enjoyable part of my job was the appreciation and gratitude I received from my patients. The hardest part of my job was dealing with some most difficult patients who did not want to see a nurse practitioner but only the physician.
Scheduled appointments, registered patients and distributed sample pharmaceuticals as prescribed. Assisted in the maintenance of medical charts. Distributed reports to appropriate doctors. Arranged x-ray films to be interpreted by the radiologist. Verified patients' eligibility and claims status with insurance agencies. Prepared patient charts, pre-admissions and consent forms as necessary. Examined patients' insurance coverage, deductibles, possible insurance carrier payments and remaining balances not covered under their policies when applicable. Maintained strict patient and physician confidentiality. Treated all patients, their families, visitors, peers, staff and providers in a pleasant and courteous manner.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 13, 2012
It was very busy and hectic but I didnt mind that, The management there is no set hierarchy and for me staying way past my clock out time and being the only staff member left at late hours of the night because of mis scheduling.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 10, 2012
Sunrise is a busy and hectic environment. Some days over 100 pts were seen with not enough coverage. Management seemed not to care too much and hid from complaints of patients. The most enjoyable part of the job was going home. Sometimes i was forced to stay 2 hours past my clock out time and was not even paid for it.
short braks, no benefits, not enough room for employees