Orthopaedic Associates Employee Reviews
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Overall working at OA was not a bad experience, some of the physicians are great to work with, others not so much. The worst part about his company is the management.
This position was fantastic in the beginning. Promises of learning and opportunities were promised. Sadly the great medical assistants all left within one year, thing continued to get worse. There is no room for advancement, very negative environment, cutbacks on benefits such as 401k, PTO, hours and even the water cooler. I consider myself a very good medical assistant with 12 years experience. This is a dead end job. Not Covid safe at all!
Met some friends
Toxic environment, dead end position.
Contact with management is 7/8 contact by Instant message or email. I have not seen my direct manager in 4-5 weeks. I have been here 3 years and have had very few staff meetings. Communication about mistakes have only been through Instant message. Always a negative response.
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I was let go after 69 days. I received roughly 8 days of training. The 1st month coworkers were friendly and supportive, after that, the bullying started, because I didn't have the position down to perfection. I would get yelled at when I'd reach out to coworkers with questions, even screamed at and hung up on. It sucked the life out of me! o other coworker had to.other
They will lowball you on pay, even though they claim to pay better than anyone else in the area. Lies. They start younger people with not as much experience at higher pay rates for unknown reasons. No one wants to work as a team, except for when it benefits them, directly. You have surgery schedulers (not all) who literally make up lies about people they call friends, just to make themselves look better. Because for some reason, they think that works. And management... There’s not enough space here to even dive into how absent they are and how bad the favoritism is. They do NOT recognize hard work, unless you’re one of the favorites. Management is friends with employees (not a crime in and of itself), and you just know those people could get away with anything. AND THEY DO. The pay is not at all what it should be for the (mostly) mental exhaustion they cause. And that’s not even starting to talk about how they will leave a single person to handle check-in, check-out, and every other walk-in that comes through, all while having MULTIPLE doctors in clinic at any given time. Trust me when I say... Save yourself the mental abuse that this job gives you, and work somewhere else. WORK SOMEWHERE ELSE.
Slightly better hourly pay
Literally everything else.
The environment was great except for management. I felt they had the wrong person running the business. Everyone else I worked with was great, it was hard to leave but I didn’t want to be taken advantage of any longer. Management would add on extra responsibilities with no compensation. Would start gossip with other employees and act very petty if you disagreed with said manager. Totally unprofessional. Disappinted is an understatement.
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Do not work for the company. Illegal billing practices. No policy and procedures. Bobble head for an Administrator and the managing Physician is nasty, rude, greedy and doesn't care about his employees.
Everything about the company is toxic and negative
Open the day by greeting providers already in office. Start the computer systems primarily used throughout the day. Print the schedules for the providers who request them. Begin checking in patients at 7:00AM - 4:00PM. Through out the day there is always something unexpected that comes up. Handle these situations with calm and polite. Hardest part of job: Being the go between patients and providers. Insurance changes continually. The most enjoyable part of the day: Patient's health improvement. Patient's laughing and smiling when they graduate.
Health Benefits, Hour lunch break, convenient
Wage does not compete with the cost of living in the area. Little advancement opportunity.
Poor management, very lazy. Billing department is a joke and poorly ran. Doctors are amazing, but departments are ran by favoritism. I would not recommend working here if you are wanting to advance. Hard workers are not recognized.