neuro84 – July 10, 2013
I was part of the Call Center as Rep for internal medicine. I couldn't even stomach it after 9 months of pure greedy ignorant managers at the top. It was all about expansion and micro management it came to the point that I was servicing 5 different offices, protocols after protocols for a system that was rather aggrravating both staff and patients. May I mention just how toxic it was. It was soo toxic it was becoming hard to focus on school, and put my relationship into gutter. Thankfully Im still in love with my babe. Not to mention I would get there mentally charged and 30 mins later I was drained and ready to punch someones. OMG never again.
– April 20, 2013
I'm trying to get a job with Penn... Currently work in a cal center environment but I'm also in school for Medical Administration and would appreciate working in a medical environment to assist me in my educational goals. Can anyone give me some tips on applying for this position.
PreviousTech – March 7, 2013
Too funny, but painfully true. I know who and what your are talking about and referring too. You have a devious supervision who is an unqualified, and a compulsive liar. You have a manager who failed his certification 4x and a director who is clueless. All both of them are spineless and do not take care or stand up for there staff even when they are right. That department is a joke. Yes the histology at U of Penn the dermpath.