Medical Assistant (Certified) Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Medical Assistant (Certified)?
"Semi restricted work environment."
Medical Assistant (Certified) in Roseville:
Pros: Helping the patients, resolving issues for the patients, obtaining referrals and authorizations.
Cons: Not being allowed to move up or use all of my training.
Medical Assistant (Certified) in Pompano Beach:
Pros: Meeting new patients, the triage and different case situation. The vitamin infusions, Phlebotomy.
Cons: The paper work.
"Expand Your Field."
Medical Assistant (Certified):
Learn as many skills as possible the first few years of your career because it will determine your pay. Know your pay scale in the area you are in. Most employers will give you what you ask for if it's reasonable.
"My Elsinore Experience."
Medical Assistant (Certified) in Lake Elsinore:
Pros: What I love about working in Lake Elsinore is the atmosphere here at A+ Urgent Care. I truly think we are a family that functions like a well oiled machine. I have a very flexible schedule, paid lunch hours, and a nicely paced work day.
Cons: The only bad thing I have experienced is the commute I have each day from Riverside and then back.
Medical Assistant (Certified) in Flagstaff:
Since working with the company I have been very busy. Starting up the Prenatal services has kept me extremely busy. Patient care is my main focus. I like my job and I like to see my patients happy when they walk out.
Medical Assistant (Certified) in West Orange:
Pros: I love what I do. I love working with people and I learn new things everyday. Which is beneficial to me. I also like the people I work with.
Cons: I feel as if the staff, and I'm saying staff because we all feel the same, feels under appreciated for what we do and are underpaid for what we do and cost of living is high. Also the traveling is a lot. They send you far despite where you live.
Medical Assistant (Certified) in Atlanta:
Pros: Work near home.