Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – December 12, 2018
Management in the main administrative office (IT, EMR and Admin) is lacking in a lot of things. No drive for their employees, no motivation, no appreciation for the hard work that is performed, no promotion opportunities
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Purcellville, VA – December 4, 2018
I worked full time 8 hours a day. It was Busy office Monday through Friday. I enjoyed my job working with patients ,doctors and nurses. I like keeping busy. The most enjoyable part of the day is when patients say how helpful I have been to them. There was never a hard part of the job. I learned a new computer system eClinical. I thought was easy to learn and making appointments was the easiest. I had a good relationship with people and was able to go that extra mile for them.
Medical Secretary (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – October 11, 2018
They hire office managers that have zero education and they think they are God! They have no idea how to manage employees, but they know how to bully them. These managers have no one managing them, because the doctors don't want any part of that job. Therefore, they are stolen from; their employees are abused; the doctors are lied to; good employees are fired; and the cycle continues.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – September 28, 2018
My time with Loudoun Medical Group has only allowed me to grow and develop not only on a professional basis, but on a personal level as well. LMG truly values its employees and takes measures to ensure personal and professional well-being on a consistent basis.
Paid lunch break, Personal benenfits, Paid time off
Director (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – September 27, 2018
Loudoun Medical Group affords healthcare professionals an unparalleled opportunity to create the career path of his or her choosing. For example, if you are process driven, organized and have excellent communication skills, this company may be the right fit. Self starters keep LMG an exciting, competitive place to work. The feel is personal - having started in 2000 and grown into a large group steadily but strategically over 2 decades - while evolving with patients and their families at the core its mission. From community events to charitable giving, I'm proud to represent LMG, its leadership and physician owned practices.
Aligns with personal mission of serving the community
AR Clerk (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – August 5, 2018
A typical day with Loudoun Medical Group was productive. I know that I moved at my pace and that the work environment was probably the most comfortable out of any job that I have had. From the Housekeeping to the IT to the CEO, every person I worked with was as pleasant as possible as well as professional.
Loudoun Medical Group taught me everything that I do know and after teaching, what I did appreciate, is they asked "does that make sense?" which really helps their employees think if they truly understand; and that it is ok to ask questions.
The hardest part of the job honestly is leaving. I enjoyed working there. It was a great experience!
Cute potlucks, pizza and ice cream partys, and holiday fun.
Very stressful with managers that make everything worse
Patient Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – July 30, 2018
You can really learn a lot if you have a very thick skin and don't mind being screamed at and treated disrespectfully by the manager. The doctors are very nice and many of the coworkers are wonderful people.
You get paid sick leave but you are never allow to actually use it. If you call out sick you get scheduled for an extra shift to make up for it. If the weather is bad and you have over a hundred hours of sick time they will still make you take a vacation day if you call out.
The HR department is totally useless and will not respond to emails or phone messages. Nobody wants to know if you have a problem.
And no matter how loyal and hard working you have been for many years they will find a way to screw you out of holiday pay when you turn in your notice.
Phone Operator (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – March 19, 2018
If you were not in the click you would be outcast and fired. If you have any type of family illness do not tell them. once i informed them two days later i was let go because as they say i was not a good fit
Surgical Coordinator (Current Employee) – Lansdowne, VA – January 1, 2018
I was able to grow at this job, I learned alot, from starting with scanning and data entry to answering and screening phone calls. Once I moved to surgical coordinating, I learned even more, making me want to expand into other career paths.
Medical Practice Manager (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – January 1, 2018
It is a great place to work. Large corporate with lots of opportunities. Leadership is good. Earning a degree or certificate qualifies you to grow faster and earn more. good benefits package. Heath insurance is ridiculously expensive for family plans. HSA is provided and 401K starts within 30 days of employment.
Support Coordinator (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – October 20, 2017
LMG is a great place to work. I've had a few great mentors that have take me under their wing to teach me all that they know and there is so much to learn. If you ask good questions, people here are more than willing to answer and explain things to you. I've had a great experience here and look forward to continuing growing here. Everyone here works very hard.
There are a few challenges that come with working with a medical group that has independent practices, such as there is little uniformity between practices, and lack of communication becomes a problem at times. But a pro to those cons is that there is so much to learn, so you'll never be bored working here.
Worked as an Intern during spring and summer breaks while in college
INTERN (Former Employee) – Virginia – August 28, 2017
I worked at Loudoun Medical Group as an Intern during spring and summer breaks while in college. This was my first experience in working in a office setting. They were willing to teach me the things I did not know.
Administrative office (Current Employee) – leesburg, va – May 15, 2017
Loudoun Medical Group is a face-paced growing organization that provides great opportunity for career growth. The benefit package is rich, offering employer paid life insurance, long-term disability and generous profit sharing contributions.
As a decentralized organization communication can be strained at times but the management team does a great job of bringing groups together to promote the enrichment of healthcare.
Associate (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – May 15, 2017
A fine group of people working together toward common goals! Take some of these other reviews with a grain of salt. Be prepared to work hard, but be prepared to be left to do your work as long as you are actually doing your job.
Stressful, no support from management, high turn over
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – May 9, 2017
Work day long and stressful Training is not very organized Management does not support Very low morale The hardest thing about the job is trying to manage all the work they give and always being short staffed The most enjoyable is some of the people met along the way
Billing (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – May 3, 2017
Be prepared to be under paid and over worked. It doesn't matter how good you are at your job, you're never going to be paid your worth. The more you're willing to show initiative and take on difficult tasks the more they will take advantage of you and never acknowledge your hard work even if that means you're efforts have caused them to keep money in their pockets. You can try to address your problems with upper management and even HR but don't waste your breath, your concerns fall on deaf ears.
There is so much drama you feel like you're back in high school. Please, do yourself a favor, walk away from this place. Wait, not walk, run far away.
Billing (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – May 3, 2017
Our practice recently merged with LMG. The practice has a large turn around and the work environment is toxic to say the least. The CEO belittles employees in front of other staff. Instead of working hard to make positive changes, the practice wants to continue going backwards. Employee's integrity is questioned at every corner. Be wary.