Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 24, 2017
I enjoy working with doctors and building friendships with my co-workers. I like the family atmosphere in the office. I love our patients and they love me. I have an awesome supervisor. I enjoy working at Sutter. The only down part I can say about this job..is that sometimes change comes to often. I like more of a routine type office..I know sometimes life shows up and things happen that require the routine to change. I am not always a real big fan of a lot of changes. Now, I do know how to adjust and get on board. But, I at an age where consistency works better for me.
Patient Service Representative/Receptionist (Former Employee) – West Valley City, UT – August 9, 2016
I enjoyed my time with the company because it assisted my growth working in the medical field as it too also assisted my understanding of professionalism working in the medical field. Though I resigned the position because I did not receive my check for almost two weeks at one point and I felt that I deserved more credit for my hard work especially considering my 100% Qualities I still have information of to this day.
Specimen Handling Lab Aide/Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Greenbrae, CA – July 1, 2016
I was drawing blood in a clinic setting. Worked closely with multiple practitioner practice of OB-GYN, Internal and Family medicine, Dermatology and Psychiatry. Great, upbeat, fast paced work environment with lots of smiling faces and knowledge from many different backgrounds. A good place to work for energetic, self starter phlebotomist.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 28, 2016
bayview was like my second home. the patients became like a second family the doctors the staff .... everyone! we were a small group but we were so close, unfortunately we had to close our doors due to funding and we each had to go our separate ways. but I made great friends there.and the differences we made there were amazing.
Patient Services Representative (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – December 17, 2015
I worked in Internal Medicine in the San Francisco office and I witnessed my co workers VIOLATING HIPPA in the worst way. They talked about patient's medical conditions in a negative way amongst themselves and even made fun of them.
I'm pro union and I was working in a non union environment.
Overall they do have a few very good doctors working there in that BAD PRACTICE.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, California – January 13, 2015
This is the best company I ever worked for. It is a professional organization, who strives on being the very best, not only for patients, but for there employees. I was very well paid, and the benefits were outstanding. My co-workers were great, and I never worked along such a great team. Sutter always has education for there staff and communication is always an open door policy. The only reason I left was a move across the country.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – February 20, 2013
I enjoy the fast pace office , the first day they had me in there room one on one with patients hands on, my coworkers were very surprised of how willingly jumped up and voluntarily wanted to do more. i really do enjoy this field and want to know as much as possible.
Excellent place to work and people here are very considerate and caring. The staff as well as management are very attentive to each ones needs.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 25, 2012
The office is always expanding, with all the new technology and equipment our focus is providing excellent care as well as being able to treat each patient with the new and latest medical equipment. The office is costantly busy, but here you are able to meet different people with differnet backrounds. Its amazing the interaction we have with our patients as well as co-workers. We feel like one big family and thats how we like our patients to feel once they leave our office, that we care that their well being is our priorty. Cardiology, I feel, is one difficult place to work but the most fun and experienceing place to be. The Doctors are great, very busy but they take the time to acknowledge you. Office staff and management are always supportive and encourageing and acknowledges your hard work and abilities.
great benefits, awesome co-workers, amazing management
the distance required for me to travel, no parking validation for employees and no free lunch