Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – December 23, 2018
I have never worked at a place were provider's are not held accountable for their actions. There is NO support from management! Even though, they act like they will support you, and care. Most of the time co-workers were on their phones, when they should have been working. I was told by three previous employees not to work there, and sadly I didn't listen. Only part I loved about the job was, putting a smile on my patients faces. And I enjoyed that it was fast-paced, so I could hurry up and get out of there. I have never walked off a job. But, it was worth it, and I'm so happy I don't have to work there anymore.
Patients, pay, some co-workers were great and I will miss them.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Vancouver, WA – February 3, 2019
It is a very good place to work. It is great people, great supervisors. They are very understanding and fair here. The location I work st (sc) is very warm and welcoming. I love it here and couldn’t ask to be blessed with a better team.
I very much enjoyed working there until new management
Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – January 18, 2019
I enjoyed working for the clinic. It was constantly moving and growing opening up new opportunities and new things to learn. I interacted with managers and other employees daily and very much enjoyed my work until they hired a new manager. The company grew so much I needed help but he wouldn't hire another clerk.
Patient Account Representative/Clinical coder (Current Employee) – Vancouver, WA – January 3, 2019
I have had to opportunity to promote and move within the company to learn and increase my knowledge in the business aspect of the medical field. I work in a team environment but also able to work alone to accomplish tasks for my position. Clinic is expanding and growing which opens up for more growth within the company. It is very diverse in the culture and acceptable of variety of personalities and people.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – November 30, 2018
TVC is great if you don't want any time off or have a personal life outside of work. I was fairly new and I had a personal emergency come up and I needed some time off. However, I wasn't allowed because I didn't have enough PTO saved up. You also only have a few sick days a year. Got sick and no sick time? Either show up with a fever and put a mask on or take an occurrence against yourself. This was especially difficult because working around patients, it was easy to get sick. Patient care was definitely not the first priority when you were supposed to come in sick.
The pay was also quite low compared to other places with no bonuses or raises. The only raise anyone received was cost of living and a pat on the back for trying hard.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Vancouver, WA – November 17, 2018
Please join the Vancouver Clinic- where you are viewed as not only an employee, but also a peice of trash. You have a complaint? Don’t worry, you will be told by HR that they “try not to take things to seriously or word for word” even if you are being harassed. You have a preference in hours? To bad. They put you wherever they want you, whenever.. oh you have kids? To bad- don’t have a job then because if they get sick- they will not care, you’re just a warm body no matter how hard you work. The clinic is full of supervisors, but can’t even keep a manager long enough to manage the supervisors, and HR is full of a bunch of monkeys that are over paid and under qualified. Please avoid employment here if you can help it- I wish that I had.
Medical Laboratory Scientist (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – November 8, 2018
The clinic is constantly growing and changing. Administration is very accessible and visible with the company direction. Employees are encouraged to participate in the improvement of the clinic. Advancement opportunities are available.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – September 25, 2018
A typical day is helping open the office and start checking in patients, calling to confirm appointment. It can be stressful when you get a rush of patients that want to check in, and you have to be good at multi tasking; because at times you will be doing many things at the same time.
the staff is very friendly
They have differnt policies for staff and providers.
Referral Coordinator (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – August 6, 2018
The Vancouver Clinic helped me get into medical .. they started me as a on -call specialty Patient Service Representative and it turned into a full time Referral Coordinator ... I was picked to train for the new computer system so I could teach all the employees .
Free lunches from the Drug Representatives and getting to know the patients
Patient Services Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – July 31, 2018
It is a fast paced, busy job, and it is numbers driven -- and this can put a lot of pressure on employees to focus on stats rather than service. But for the most part it is a job that can be left at work and not taken home.
Patient Services Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – May 11, 2018
Save yourself some stress and just ignore the jobs open at Vancouver Clinic. I worked for them for over a decade and it meant nothing to management (I had 12 different managers over my time in the same department )
Decent health benefits IF you are full time
Management is disconnected, rude, don’t have a clue what people do in their jobs and advancement is a joke
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – April 25, 2018
There is no support from management. This company is very strict on everything. Many people are constantly fearful of their jobs. Causing much un needed anxiety from many employees. A lot of micromanaging here.