Loved my time there, very unique and special company
Director of Ancilary and Revenue Cycle Services (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – June 3, 2018
I would have loved to take my career to the next step while remaining at PacMed. They have a unique culture and history and I resonated with their culture and mission, but alas, that next opportunity was not open to me at the time so I found it elsewhere.
Patient Account Specialist (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – April 9, 2018
I do not want to review the company. I feel this should be optional. wanting more than I am willing to give is a bit dogmatic. right now, without having really utilized indeed for anything more than a search, It make me wonder what it is like to work for you
bonuses, community work, diversity, assisted transportation
poor pay, employee paid vacation, holidats, etc via pto
Patient Account Specialist (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – March 2, 2018
My typical day consists of multiple job assignments which make my job very intriguing. I have learned a great deal of patience when working in group settings which helped me grow to be a better listener. The workplace culture, for the most part, was friendly which was one of the main reasons why i stayed at my job for almost 9 years. The hardest part of the job was during the time of a transitioning process from one software to another and taking phone calls at the same time. Helping patients by making sure that his/her claims are getting processed accurately is the most satisfying part of the job.
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – September 21, 2017
I would recommend anyone to see a doctor or employment at pmc. I started as a front desk receptionist and was promoted 2 times within the company. I loved all my doctor's I worked for and got along easily with my coworkers
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – August 8, 2017
I love pacific medical centers! Especially my co-works and supervisor. Pacmeds culture is inviting and caring. But they are not very competitive when it comes to pay and you do get burnt out before the end of the week. Although it has been a great experience working here and I would recommend it for externs and new grads.
Oncology/Hematology and Infusion Specialty, RN (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – August 5, 2017
too many managers that don't know what's going on. great staff team work, great coworkers. good place for people newer to health care looking for employment. not much room for advancement and continued learning as RN
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 28, 2017
A typical day at work is coming in the morning make my coffee log in on the phones helping the patient with whatever is needed like an appointments, need to talk to a nurse, returning a call etc. The hardest part of the job is getting yelled at and not saying anything but most of the time they are not yelling at you just the situation. They most enjoyable part is seeing the coworkers that make you laugh and have fun through out the day.
Expect to work overtime, but management does their best to be supportive
RN (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – June 11, 2017
Many employees, including myself, divide their time between clinics. The phones ar extremely busy, so RNs spend a great deal of time handling triage calls. When I started here seven years ago, the culture was fantastic. Everybody was team oriented, and it felt very much like a family. Since the merger with Providence and Swedish, the general mood has become much more negative. A large number of people have left - both providers and support staff - and many departments are routinely understaffed. This makes it difficult on everybody. The culture has become much more about looking out for oneself. Compensation for RNs is good, although many MAs have left for better pay.
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – April 23, 2017
Expect a lot of you, but don't give you the time or tools to help you succeed. Doctor that I work for is nowhere near self sufficient and expects MA to do everything and likes to write nasty emails to management
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Bothell, WA – March 15, 2017
Having been employed at Pac Med for almost 7 years, and being one of the best medical assistance they have, the are not good at showing any appreciation towards successes and the annual raises are usually between $0.25 - $0.50 which is not enough to live and support a family on. Additionally, management and the CEO of the company do not have the best ideals for how to deal with employees and manage a medical facility.
The fact that I am leaving soon is a pro, thats about it
Unreasonable work load, lack of respect for employees, low pay, no opportunity for advancement
working at PMC was a great experience. People there are very nice .pleasant to work with
Patient Account Specialist (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – March 6, 2017
worked at PMC for almost 10 years. I loved to help patients. It was a great company to work for. I would help patients on a regular basis by going over there account and insurance information to make sure they would understand there deductibles and co insurances on there plan.
undisclosed (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – February 20, 2017
Their training and policies are ambiguous at best and subject to interpretation that varies day to day. There is no clear set standards for their policies or training. The benefits and location are great, the managers - not quite so much.
It's a great place to work if you can handle being micromanaged and feedback that exceeds "nitpicking".
Patient Services (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – October 18, 2015
PacMed offer great PTO (29 days per year including holidays). Heath insurance is average. Coworkers are great, management is ok. I enjoy working with patients, but do not see much opportunity to grow with the company