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Its a good place to learn alot of medicak terminology. The training can be better but the program they use for appointments is nice and easy. The people is something else.
Mistreated & gaslighted my whole employment. Told they would be bringing billing in-house that was a lie. Also would be going completely in-network. I was written up for doing a good job. Called it insubordination. I was clearly overqualified for the position. Never received a raise after almost two years. Not even a Christmas bonus. They do not know how to do billing.
Patient Service RepresentativeI arrived early but my interview started about an HOUR late without explanation. In the meantime, while in the waiting area I saw and overheard numerous conversations of all sorts of characters, many clearly and sadly addicted to pain medication there to get their fix or to be frustrated from being denied. It’s literally a heart-breaking epidemic sweeping across Staten Island and honestly this place is contributing to it. The ironic thing is that the people working there look the most unhappy and unfriendly.
My group interview was with multiple young women. They seemed inexperienced with interviewing and unorganized. None had seemed to have bothered to read my resume. During the interview I found it odd that one mentioned how I’d get a personalized uniform with my name embroidered on the shirt if I was hired.
Also, after the interview I was given a tour of the small office… it had a large rather nice window with sunlight pouring in and was told, “this is where you’ll work.. if you’re hired” which is kind of like dangling a carrot not to mention a waste of everyone’s time. In retrospect the whole thing reeked of unprofessionalism and is probably an exceptionally unhealthy place to work. They did not bother to even send a rejection email after all of that too. Even though I’m employed elsewhere, occasionally I look through job ads and often see this job reposted over and over which is a negative sign of high turnover.
Horrible place, under educated management! Management Doesn’t care about their employees! Lack of communication! Nobody is ever on the same page! Everything is revenue based no care for staff
it was a good overall learning experience which helped me grow as a person, i would recommend it to anyone who is looking to grow in the field of medicine
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