Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Astoria, NY – December 10, 2017
The management is very poor and the company is overall slow paced. Production has been decreased and staff has also been decreased. The hardest part of the job was not reaching out to patients needs in a timely manner.
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) – Woodbury, NY – February 9, 2017
performing duties as required of me as an LPN working as a team and learning from each other. very productive hard when you sometimes feel like you are trying to beat the clock management could be improved on
Call Center Supervisor (Former Employee) – Jamaica, NY – November 7, 2016
I have been working in a positive job environment with enthusiastic co-workers for many years. I manage my time spent on my daily responsibilities to ensure helping the patients is my number one priority. I learned to be a team player when it came to management and found that everything was done better that way. The most enjoyable part of my job was helping as many patients every day I was working.
A fast-paced, multi-specialty-medical facility with a high patient flow
Patient Services Representative (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – June 19, 2016
I learned to greet and welcome patients. Organize and coordinate patient in-take and check-out Accurately enter/update patient demographics To assist patient with completion of paperwork To answer phone calls, questions, inquires in a prompt and polite manner To verify patient information by interviewing patient; recording medical history; confirming purpose of visit. To processed and verify patient insurance eligibility and address any patient questions about insurance (liaise with billing department as appropriate). To handle cash and co-payments accurately and responsibly To provided outstanding customer service to every patient To Inform site manager or assistant site manager of waiting room wait times, and patient inquiries
Registered Nurse - Nurse Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – October 31, 2015
Great opportunity to help someone with developmental disabilities, who were unable to help themselves. To know you made a difference in someone's life, in improving their medical condition, is a great feeling
Medical Biller (Former Employee) – Garden City, NY – March 5, 2015
I was at Queens Long Island Medical Group for a few months, but could see that the people are very nice, the company is steady and I would have had a chance for growth if the company wasn't closing its location.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Elmhurst, NY – January 27, 2015
,i learn to give my pts all my atention and love them ,excellent co-worker hard working ladies like me,imform pt of any abnormalities on test result,the most enjoyable part of my job was to listen to my patient and exchange ideas.
It's a very enjoyable place to work for, where I improved my skills and gain very knowledgeable experiences.
Radiologic Technologist (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – August 20, 2014
I enjoyed every single day and hour I've worked for Queens Long Island Medical Group. I always got alone with everyone after all with are a team working for the same purpose to take good care of the patients and for their well being. The hardest part of my job was not being able to alleviate the pain and suffering on some of the patients.
The ability to excel in positions, the chance to advance in the carreer