Overall, not a bad working environment. Family considerations at the time was the reason I resigned.
Overall, not a bad working environment. A typical day at work involved answering busy phones and assisting with scheduling clients for clinic visits, daily data entry of client demographics, filing and posting information on boards. Management was not involved in the day to day operation. Co-workers were hard workers. The hardest part of my job was receptionist at the clinics because some clients were sad about their medical condition. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to give the necessary information to clients at the clinics to help them.
Great learning experience on medical and social issues.
More training and growth opportunities.