medical assistant (Former Employee) – Brandon, FL – November 6, 2015
Working at Women's Care Florida has been an amazing experience. It's pleasure to say I've worked along side dedicated doctor's & team members that all come together for a common goal, the patient's well-being and health. A typical day consist of prepping patient charts, triaging patient's to see the physician, updating medical records in the EMR system, obtaining vitals, administering medication / injections, performing phlebotomy, assisting the doctor with procedures, responding to telephone messages from patients.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Riverview, FL – March 15, 2016
I worked here a while ago. It was ok. I will say one thing you are under pages for the amount of work and stress that is out on you say after say. Doctors are rude,very rude to the staff . which in my eyes they put their pants on the same way everyone else does. Oh and God forbid if you bust your butt all the time day in day out and you make a mistake. You will hear about it , but not what was done right or hey great job for this or that. I think the management needs new attitudes also. No disrespect but I don't recommend for anyone to work here. It's ridiculed say after say. Good luck.
Hard to say sometimes
Over worked for pay, poor management, poor insurance, to much gossip and attitude.
Front office (Former Employee) – Lake Mary, FL – March 1, 2016
Advancement were given to employees who were 'friends' with management outside of work. No matter how hard someone worked they were never recognized. Part of the staff was racist, no other language than English was allowed to be spoken.
Not a congenial or collaborative work environment for physicians
obgyn (Former Employee) – Hunters Creek, FL – April 25, 2016
Forced to perform unecessary procedures on patients (paps, colpos, etc) in order to make the practice more money. Eventually forced out for "financial" reasons. They ignore evidence-based medicine unless it can make more money, you won't have a voice here.
Good amount of time off.
Don't practice evidence based medice. Must work some Saturdays.
Working there was very challenging, it brought the best out of me. I was challenged to stretch my mind. During my employment I have had the opportunity to meet many fascinating people and learn new concepts that will stay with me forever.
Externship (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – February 1, 2016
I liked doing my externship at this office. I learned a lot from everyone and the patients were understanding. Any time I had a question I never had any problem getting an answer or help from the other ladies in the office.
Medical Assistant(Former Employee) (Former Employee) – Downtown Orlando – July 11, 2015
They are poorly managed and definitely no room for advancement working for Womens Care Florida there insurance policies are horrible and your PTO you will start out with 2 hrs per pay check which is nothing you would have to work forever just to get 40hrs and God forbid you have a Doctors apt there goes your PTO totally waste of time. Keep Looking I learned from experience
OB/Gyn Sonographer (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL (Partners in OB/GYN) – March 2, 2015
I cannot say enough for Women's Care Florida. Partners in OB/GYN is an exceptional practice! They put the patient first & sincerely care for the staff/morale of the office. All 14 providers are knowledgeable & deliver excellent bedside manner. I have 12 years experience in my field & I am truly impressed with WCF. Even though I have changed jobs (closer to home), I will continue to come to Partners in OB/GYN for medical care.
Large group of providers and employees that work well together
Registered Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Tampa,Fl – March 16, 2013
Doctors are awesome. We all are pretty much like family. For the most part, everyone gets along really well. It can be very hectic at times, but the Dr.'s are always appreciative of our help. If you need time off for an appt or family related issues, everyone is cooperative in helping you out. The most enjoyable part for me at the job is seeing the babies after the moms deliver. The hardest part of the job is there is no room for advancement.
everyone works well together
no room for advancement, health insurance is very expensive
Family oriented, seniority, open door policy, meetings, leadership, commitment with excellent care for every patient.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 28, 2014
Very busy OB/GYN office, between patients, nurse practitioner and doctors as an medical assistant I was always engaged in my work. Answering calls, helping patients with their concerns and questions, calling patient with results, providing them with care, I learned a lot about the care of women of every stage in their life, including while pregnant. Me and my co-workers got along very well, never had any type of problems, I always use critical thinking while co-existing with others at work. Always had a open communication with my manager and supervisors. The most enjoyable part of my job was to see the pregnant ladies coming every two weeks and then every week and see the evolution of their pregnancy, assist the providers with the care of strange wounds or diagnosis, since it gave me the opportunity to learn something new and translate between patients and provider, it gave me the satisfaction of helping others and learn at the same time.
christmas party, dinner and lunch with drug reps, opportunity of learning new things.
Women's care of fl is a great company, I have moved within the company but there is not much more advancement. Verification specialist is my tittle now and I like what I do. My co workers are great and very helpful, but I like working one on one and help others.
Electronic Medical Records (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – July 11, 2013
Trained new employees on the EMR system - Ensured medical records were complete and precise - Communicated thoroughly with Doctor’s and staff – Maintained organization during the EMR transition process - Completed records in a timely manner - Developed a detailed routine for smooth conversions into the EMR system
catered lunches, discounted healthcare, worked at my own pace.
Bayview OB/GYN (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – September 20, 2014
I learned tons about Gynecology and a little about Obstetrics. Worked for Bayview for almost 10 years before they merged with WCF. Once they merged with Women's Care, life was a bit unpleasant. Sad that they went through so many office managers in a short time. Sadder still that they value the dollar over actual care.