What is it like working as a Medical Assistant?
Medical Assistant in Dayton:
"It was caring, giving, professional, loving, happy, sincere."
Pros: I like that I could make a difference in someone's life by giving them proper care. Also by giving them patient education. Also by making them feel better and confident about there health.
Cons: There is nothing least that I like about my job. I like everything about it because it equals out to benefit the patients overall health condition, safety, patient education, concerns, care and needs.
Medical Assistant in Covington:
Pros: There are several things that I like about my job:
1. The interaction and relationships I get to build with my patients. Everyone is unique in their own way. Everyone has something to offer to you.
2. There is always something you learn everyday.
3. The satisfaction of knowing someone needed my help. And our team cured them.
Cons: Office conditions.
The management. There is no manager.
Medical Assistant in Haddonfield:
"Give me the opportunity for more knowledge and set my skills."
Pros: Patients, surgery and interaction with the public.
Cons: The environment (people the I work with)
Medical Assistant in Staten Island:
"My job experience."
Pros: What I like most about my job I get to expand my learning and knowledge. You can learn new things and there's a variety of things to do such as assisting the doctor with a procedure, working the front desk with patients handling paper work etc.
Cons: The bad thing about my job one will never get benefits, paid vacation, it is extremely hard to get a raise even if you try to learn everything in the office.
Medical Assistant in Manchester:
Pros: I like taking care of people and helping them get better. I especially like our reputation of being well known for actively listening to our patients, spending more than 15 minutes with them, and actually making a positive impact on their health.
Cons: I dislike that we are short-handed on office staff and that it is difficult to get in touch with certain providers.