Good place to get experience
The best part about working for CMD is that you are able to get hired as a medical receptionist with no previous experience in the medical field, which I'm thankful for. I now have that experience to put on my resume as I am actively looking to move on to a much better place. It's a rough place to work, extremely stressful if you're in one of the busier clinics, it's not rewarding, and you deal with a lot of issues all day. You're not just registering patients but you also have deal with DOT's, Occ Health, Worker's Comps, and referrals you do everyday. On top of that, you do not get breaks, not even lunch. It's not stated, but it's implied. You're expected to eat at your desk in between greeting patients. Surprisingly, it's not too bad, but after a year I'm just tired of it. It's hard to sit in a chair for 12 hours straight, sometimes for 3 shifts in a row. Managers come and go and they are always, always short staffed. On your days off you will get text messages from managers or other employees asking if you can come in to work, so annoying. It almost feels like harrassment, like your personal time or home life doesn't matter. Finally, there are no raises, ever, unless you train people, then you get an extra 20 cents, not worth the headache and paperwork.
Flexible schedule. They provide snacks and some lunch foods.
Just about everything else