X-Ray Technician/ Back Office Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Irwindale, CA – December 17, 2014
Responsible for maintaining the patient flow through the center. Performing general medical procedures which include vital sign, drug screens, phlebotomy, and injections given under established protocols. Assisting the physician, dispensing durable goods, and provides aftercare instructions in accordance with established protocols/procedures. Operate – more... x-ray equipment to make radiographs. – less
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee), Tamarac, FL – December 16, 2014
Productive and light pace environment. We our an urgent care family ready to help and serve our patients. Learning is not limited, we all know and do a little of it all in the office. You have to be willing to jump in and help when ever needed in any area needed.
Great friendly environment at US Healthworks Oceanside
Physical Therapy Receptionist (Former Employee), Oceanside, CA – November 20, 2014
Physical Therapy Department was the friendliest department I have ever worked in, as well as the most professional. Therapist treated patients with the utmost respect and respected their privacy. The hardest part about this Job was transferring from here to the murrieta location to be closer to home. I would go back in a heartbeat!
Externship (Former Employee), West Sacramento, CA – November 6, 2014
A typical day at work was in the doctors office performing medical assistant duties. I learned how to work fast paced in a different kind of environment always being on my toes. The people who trained me were very helpful and understanding. The hardest part of the externship was being on my feet all day, it wasn't something I was use to. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job was taking what I learned from school and performing it in a doctors office. – less
Referral Coordinator/Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Roswell, GA – October 30, 2014
When i was employed a typical day at work included. Front and Back office Medical Assistant duties. Drug Test, X rays, DOT exam preps, assist in minor surgeries, injury care, wound care. I was also referral Coordinator
Physical Therapist Coordinator (Current Employee), El Monte, CA – October 6, 2014
Pros: positive enviornment
Cons: hard to buld rapport because patients are always in a rush.
A typical day for me is checking in patients for Physical therapy, Chiropractor and Acupuncture and making them an appointment when they leave. I send referalls out to get authorized for treament. Schedule new patients, answer phones, fax out workstatus's to insurance companies and employers. Batch out follow up sheets to corporate office. Prepare charts – more... for the next day. The best part of my day is making patients smile. – less
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – October 3, 2014
office Manager's husband was always there distracting employees there. I was shorted hours at times you have to double check your hours. management was rude doesn't know how to talk to employees, always talked about employees behind there back. The Doctor there will close the patient rooms cause he will be upset about the work load which will keep the – more... patients waiting for periods of time. – less
Externship (Former Employee), Gilroy, CA – August 28, 2014
Cons: some patients were rude
At US Healthworks I was doing my externship so my day would consist of bringing patients back to be examined, assist with any other jobs that were needed of me. I learned hands on experience with the medical field and I was able to put everything I had learned at school to work. The management was wonderful they were always very helpful and understanding – more... if I needed a little more help to understand something or more help with doing a certain procedure. I really enjoyed working with everyone there and would of loved to of been asked to work there but that was not in the cards because none of the people were leaving at the time. The hardest part from working there was when I wasn't sure about something and felt overwhelmed, but there was always someone there to help and walk me through it. The most enjoyable part was all the hands on experience that I received and getting to know more about how it truly is working in a medical office. – less