Patients are #1 with Hillmont GI, always treated with compassion.
Assistant Office Manager (Former Employee) – Flourtown, PA – April 23, 2014
My work was challenging and satisfactory,it gave me a sense of accomplishment daily. If I didn't understand an aspect of the medical knowledge base, I asked questions and read up on the points of interest, learning new things every day. The physicians, the physician assistants, the medical assistants, all are intelligent, compassionate and hard-working, and they were a pleasure to work with even during the busiest of times. They always had time to involve themselves in caring for patients and resolve difficult or trying issues. I always looked forward to working with my co-workers, always felt a sense of cameraderie among the staff. There was a unified quality toward patient care, a sense that we were making a difference in patient's lives. The hardest part was trying to make sense of the various protocols in place, seeming to change with too much randomness, between all the offices and even physicians, depending on the issues or questions, or which of the management was asked. There was not a base practice for teaching a new employee in any type of organized fashion, so there was always an underlying feeling of discouragement if something was done incorrectly. Personally, I enjoyed the juggling, the effort to make sense, and wanted to use my years of experience to bring about a better sense of cohesion. I would have liked to have instituted staff meetings and to have joined the management meetings to give input, but that was not their policy.. It was disheartening to watch co-workers scrabble about looking for the "right way" to answer a question without repercussion,
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Flourtown, PA – August 17, 2017
They fire people without any warning. Hard working people who show up on time and don't call out that don't have any complaints against them just so they can accommodate their needs. They don't think about the lives of the people they fire. If you do end up working at this horrible office be prepared to be talked about behind your back and deal with pettiness from your coworkers. And also be prepared to look for another job in a few months.