Medicare Billing Specialist (Medical Manager) (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 29, 2017
Enjoyed working with Capital Cardiology very nice staff. Fun work environment . Profit shares were very nice. Work load was fair and we all helped one another. Open door policy very important to the environment.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – April 28, 2017
I multi tasked everyday, which I enjoyed. I learned many new skills over my time there. For the most part my co workers are the reason I stayed. The culture was very professional when we needed to be and more like family in our downtime. The computer systems we worked with were a challenge at times, often not working at out peak busy times. The schedules were many times overwhelming even for seasoned techs. But as a team we always got the job done, which I am very proud of.
Very high paced, multi physician, many personalities
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 16, 2015
the work day was always hectic. there often times was a lack of organization and communication. you definitely work for the dollar.Lots of patients for sometimes three doctors at a time. I loved the fact that the office was in the hospital, they had an amazimg cafeteria
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – October 25, 2012
Open the Blood Lab, Wipe counters down, Set computer up, Print schedules for individual doctors, Make sure all pods are ready for patients to enter, Make sure scales are working properly, bring patients back to get there vital signs go over medication list with each individual patient, perform EKG's,Draw Labs if requested by Physcian. Co-workers are helpful at times, but very clickish, Management fair for the most part, The hardest part of my job, is that I cannot get interested into the Cardiology Field, I have no interest in it so therefore, I dont understand alot about it. The most enjoyable part of my job is treating my patients and making them feel special and comfortable.