Medical Referral Coordinator Reviews

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Based on 91 responses, the job of Medical Referral Coordinator has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.93 out of 5. On average, Medical Referral Coordinators are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Medical Referral Coordinator?

June 2015
Medical Referral Coordinator:
Pros: Providing service to patients, being involved with patient healthcare.
Cons: The incentive to to give do your best is low. The pay, the moral of the office.
July 2015
"Good but busy."
Medical Referral Coordinator:
Pros: I am not watched by anyone and can work without someone looking over my shoulder.
Cons: Work a lone and a lot of sitting.
September 2016
Medical Referral Coordinator:
Go for top pay to begin with.
November 2018
Medical Referral Coordinator:
This is a company that likes to freeze wages and not give pay raises to those who work the hardest. Overall good place to work if you don’t want to move up in your career. Bonus once a year is taxed and not enough to sneeze at.
August 2020
"Meh."
Medical Referral Coordinator in Portland:
Pros: I like that the company is very laid back. I don't have a manager going over my work every five seconds (or ever). I like that there aren't a million rules regarding dress code and what you can/ cannot do within the clinic. What I mean by this: my last employer had a strict no food/ no drink at your desk rule (which I got fired over).
Cons: I just feel underpaid and under appreciated. I know I'm not the only one who feels like their voice isn't heard at FCC. Ask for anything that would mean the company has to spend money and you'll get a direct NO. Raises aren't given (you have to plead your case) so there's this feeling of not being apprecaited. The longer you work for a company and show them that you're loyal and a hard worker I feel like the employee should get something in return (especially when minimum wage goes up!)