Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Marysville, OH – October 18, 2017
Management was every changing and last manager I had did not know very much about medical issues, But she was soon replaced by someone very experienced in medical assisting duties. I loved working there and regret I had to leave to return to Florida
MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – October 16, 2017
A typical day of work is about 30-40 patients per doctor, patients are normally seen hours after they come, due to being over scheduled. This can make the work environment very chaotic and stressful, for both workers and patients. Also you work very long hours, only get a 30 minute break for a 10+ hour day. However, as a work team everyone gets along fairly well, despite getting paid only about $9-$10 per hour, and when you do receive a raise after years of service, the most of a raise that you can receive is 0.27 cents. Unless your Upper Management your pay will keep you living check to check! Despite those things, the overall mission of the company is good! They aim to help people who are in need of healthcare with no medical insurance!
Manager (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 4, 2017
Upper management micro-manages everyone and are very abusive to staff. Every motive and action is questioned and accusations are made on a regular basis. Many good people have come and gone who refuse to work in such a toxic environment. Policies and Procedures are poorly written and verbal or written job expectations are non-existent. Promises made are easily broken.
low salaries, horrible benefits, absolutely no trust
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – December 27, 2016
Primary care doctors' office. Typical day in Medical Records is entering/recording medical data into patient files, Providing medical records to patients, other medical facilities, insurance and legal organizations, Social Security, etc., according to HIPAA requirements. I learned to use the Mount Carmel medical computer programs. Management was supportive, though limited. Co-workers friendly and committed to providing quality healthcare. Hardest part of the job was keeping current with data entry of patient information into the records. Most enjoyable was the precision required by HIPAA in the dissemination of medical information to requesting entities.
LLCHC started out as a small medical practice. They are a growing community health center that is caring for the under served/ low income. They have added dental and vision service, with in the last year. I feel they are on the right track. I feel that the vision and mission plan for the facility is attainable . On a typical day, I ran reports, posted payments, answered calls, worked AR reports, and some collections. I was responsible for all of the dental claims and processes. I am a team player and really enjoyed working with my co workers and we learned a lot from each other and shared our work experience to improve our work flow..