We are assigned to one provider. We see 25-30 people in a day. One assistant is required to keep up with federal and state measures for HMO, Medicare, and Medical patients. We are also responsible for referrals, medication management, phones, medication prior authorizations, patient complains and messages, rooming patients, discharging patients, all while keeping certain tasks at a min for requirements. We don't have any extra help. All of these tasks fall onto one medical assistant. Also, the manager has an open door policy, however, if you want people to know your business you might as well tell them yourself. Because the manager likes to tell everyone your business and adds extra to it. She also likes to tell other employees when you have problems with them and it causes a hostel environment. The manager also likes to tell other departments the issues that we have within our own department. She is constantly bringing people down and making them feel like they are worthless. The company itself is OK. I wish that the wages were more competitive. It has its pros and cons. Good benefits.
the hospital food is good
expensive family insurance, low pay