Medical Assistant - Endocrinology (Current Employee) – Corvallis, OR – May 26, 2016
its a fun place to work where people help each other out in times of need and have each others back there is a lot of work to be done but everyone is always in a good mood, they have some of the best doctors i have worked with
Coder II (Former Employee) – 806 Buchanan – April 25, 2016
Do you like working under intimidation and fear? Do you like working for an incompetent tool? Then The Corvallis Clinic is the place for you, especially if you are a coder. They managed to drive off the ENTIRE staff of seasoned medical coders and their supervisor (12 of them) and replaced them with a bunch of newly-certified, or not, people. Actually, many of the new "coders" they hired came from the meetings of soccer moms at their childrens' games. They care only about the report that they can give to the board at the end of the month. See how much we have billed this month? They don't have to talk about what actually gets paid...or how. They also moved the business office away from the main campus, ostensibly to protect the collectors and others from the threats of irate patients. The real reason is to isolate the group and keep them far away from patients and doctors and anyone who may have oversight as to what is actually going on. Likely something very unethical, if not downright illegal.
It's a job. Has some benefits. Good personal time policy.
Process Improvement Specialist (Current Employee) – Corvallis, OR – December 1, 2015
This organization is fortunate to house many talented, hardworking individuals. Unfortunately there is no true appreciation for staff development, encouraging growth or development and an overarching fear of change.
Costly benefits, low wages, lack of communication, no accountability, resistance to change
Medical Office Specialist (Current Employee) – Corvallis, OR – June 15, 2015
They have pretty good benefits. They probably could pay a bit better. The people are nice. It's a good starting place. There is room for growth, but not a lot. Without a degree you can't move around a whole lot. With a degree that's not clinical you can't move around a lot either.
Very friendly, fun and productive work environment
o Staff Physical Therapist (Current Employee) – Corvallis, OR – June 27, 2013
The Corvallis Clinic is a wonderful place to work. Even though the clinic is fairly busy, everyone has fun and is pleasant to work with. Co-workers continually help each other when needed, professionally and personally.
Different sattelite locations to work at, many varied departments.
Medical Office Specialist III Float (Former Employee) – front desk/dept positions in all clinics – July 9, 2012
My typical work day was an 8-5 shift, most often i would find out each Thursday afternoon of my upcoming weeks' schedule although this seemed to change by the day. Floating allowed me the opportunity to meet many coworkers i might not have being stationed at a primary desk, and i was able to learn the different departments, meet many of the back staff, and become familiar with many of the clinic doctors. The hardest part of the job was the constant change and rotation of my daily schedule, sometimes being moved three times in one day. I felt that this hindered my effectiveness and productivity. The most enjoyable part of my job was being recognized by either coworkers or upper management for a job well done.
multi-department exposure, wonderful staff, balance of challenge
much required for limited wage increases, limited time off with advance notice, non-ergonomic stations to work