Before anyone would think about working here, they need to know the sacrifice that they are expected to make. There is A LOT of phone calls you r expected to make on top of checking in patients, setting patient's appointments, transferring calls to the proper department and helping anyone in need. The job is not secure. They could fire you at any point, if management says that they can't afford to keep you on board. Your job basically depends on whether or not they have the numbers (number of patients coming into the clinic for any service). They expect you to sometimes harass patients over the phone to get them to come in. I believe that the pay was worth these sacrifices for anyone who is more than willing to pay that price. I personally felt the sacrifice was not worth my time or effort due to the fact that I wanted to go back to school to pursue a degree in psychology.
long breaks, sometimes free lunches, a lot of company events which they pay u for attending, healthcare benefits, 401k, life insurance, etc.
super high-paced, very stressful, they overwork u