Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Norwich, CT – March 28, 2018
A typical work day at Advanced Dermatology is anywhere between 90-130 patient's a day, 3 busy phone lines. I've learned so much about the different health insurances, referrals. So much about skin care. The hardest part are Referrals, which can be a pain at times not only for the office but it's frustrating for the patients. I enjoy everything about this job. I love staying busy, multitasking, most important happy patient's.
Medical Administrator (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – March 11, 2018
I received the appropriate amount of training and was given the chance to expand my knowledge of how the medical office functioned. The company does not provide annual raises, but does have a monthly bonus system based on office profits.
periodic free lunches, discounted beauty products and procedures, health and dental
Corporately owed which leads to one-size fits all policies for the offices
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 10, 2018
Although I was only here temporarily, I learned so much about being a medical assistant. This job prepared me enough to start working in the real world. I was hired temporarily after I finished my internship until another employee came back from vacation. It was a great time being there.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Evergreen, CO – February 19, 2018
Excellent place to work with great doctors and was able to learn and grow a lot with the company. The manager at the office was excellent but the practice manager was poor at solving issues. The hardest part of the job was the scribing for one of the doctors out of many doctors I worked with. The job was enjoyable everyday and I was eager to work everyday
Front Desk Coordinator (Former Employee) – Katy, TX – February 8, 2018
The physicians are great! The attitudes amongst the staff is awful. The manager micro-manages but I liked it. It helps things flow as they should. I loved being crossed trained & switching things up often.
everyone is completely miserable. its as if someone sucked the life out of us as soon as we get in there. it used to not be so bad but our new management is horrible he does not care about us but cares about overworking us and how many calls we make. there is severe favoritism and people walk out every day. we dont get paid enough for all of the drama. they dont even pay bilingual people extra the benefits are not worth it and we dont get bonuses because instead of taking care of the departments they already have they keep adding offices and stressing schedulers out. youre glued to your seat as soon as you get in there and pressured into skipping lunch or only taking "5 min health breaks". trust me it is not worth it.
Everyone is unhappy in this department. There is no room for growth managers and team leads play favorites and if you’re not in the group consider your self an outcast patient care is not a priority as there is insurances that will let you schedule early and some that you have to wait 30 days out if you leave and walk out you can be hired again due to them needing people
Registered Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 10, 2018
great doctors with the most caring and honest doctors you will ever meet I am proud to be an employee yet its time for me to advance myself. I learned major things and gain so much knowledge of skin cancer and tx that it will be sad to leave yet with my education and back round its time to move on!