Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Montgomery, AL 36117 – April 11, 2019
Good company to work for, good workers you travel a lot plus you get to learn a lot while you travel, good experience to have because most job required you to have experience this a good place to get it.
Administrative Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – March 26, 2019
Lots of temp jobs. Temp to hire not really true. I believe the buy-out is too expensive. I found out that the job I was at was paying about $23 an hour for me and I was getting paid $13. And at another location the same thing occurred and I was then told that the buy-out was too expensive that they found someone independently to fill the position.
PHLEBOTOMIST (I.O.P.) (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 5, 2019
I was hired to work for All Medical as a Phlebotomist. I served as a customer services representatives greeting patients and providing them with assistance. I drew labs on a daily basis. I enjoyed working with the patients.
All Medical Personnel (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – November 25, 2018
I have had the best experience working for all medical in these many years this is the best place to start off as a temp agency they give you all the experience that you need companies that they work for always encourage them to follow up with them and make your experience the best one that you have ever had I will always enjoy love and encourage anyone to come out and work for all medical cuz it's the best company in the world to work for all medical personnel is the drive that any inexperienced person that's coming out of school would love to work for and I think them highly from the bottom of my heart that they are the best company in the United States to work for so if you ever need a temp agencies to work for in the medical field always go through all medical personnel I encourage you to thank you
Medical Front Office (Former Employee) – Aventura Oncology – September 19, 2018
The experience with All Medical was great. I was definitely blessed with given the opportunity to learn a system and working for Vascular surgeons was most rewarding. Learning the different radiology ultrasounds and different procedures. Also obtain referrals and authorizations which is my passion for the job.
Specimen Collector (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – July 23, 2018
good work flow, learn collecting urine samples for drug screens, great management team, workplace culture very professional, great management team that cares, hardest putting in my two weeks learn different peoples back ground.
Core work involved collecting observed urine specimens, data entry, labeling the samples and preparing them for shipment for a inpatient/outpatient drug rehabilitation clinic with occasional other duties. The hours were typically less than twenty hours a week, which even for the decent pay for the work will not sustain you very well if you need to make ends meet. There are also no benefits of any kind. Though the job itself is very low key, in a clinical office environment, though for 95% of my time there was without A/C of any kind and was offered poor temporary solutions to get by. Very bad for summer and winter. Downtime is typical. The majority of patients aren't a hassle, clinicians are nice enough (some are more annoying then others) aside from one or two EXTREMELY rude nurses and management overall is very nice and generally know what they're doing. Essentially, you have three "bosses", the clinic aka client, All Med who pays you and handles administrative issues that arise but you almost never interact with and the diagnostic lab you technically do work for.
My biggest complaint is that I was laid off without warning, told it was due to "business decisions we weren't privy to" between All Med and the client and diagnostic lab, completely unrelated to my performance. But then I noticed that the same day I was let go by All Med they reposted the exact same position. Thus meaning that I was most likely lied to regarding the reason for my firing, I was told "I'd be considered for any new openings" but also that nothing was available at the moment. Interesting. Anothermore... thing to notice is that they call the position "seasonal" but there is never a defined end of employment, I suspect its more of a cover for firing employees suddenly with a preemptive excuse. This summates to an egregious lack of transparency.less
Low stress, weekly pay, simple work
Hours are slim, no lunch break, no benefits, no advancement, little transparency
Licensed Specimen Collector (Current Employee) – Fall River, MA – July 16, 2018
This company deals with substance abuse. I was told l was doing a great job, atleast that what l thought. l revied feedback from the company everything was good. Then got blindsided by a coworker and lost my job with this company.