Patient Services Representative Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Patient Services Representative?

Patient Services Representative:
This is a great place to work if you are lucky enough to have a fair supervisor, which may not always be the case. Don't be a complainer and do your work and you should be ok for the most part. Yes, there are favorites and bullies as there are everywhere, eventually the pay is good enough to exist on. All in all I am happy to have this job.

Patient Services Representative in Bartlett, Tennessee:
"Very good, but I drive around for work."
Pros: Easy drive and easy access to desk and office supplies
Cons:

Patient Services Representative in Nampa, Idaho:
"I enjoy the relationships that develop with my patients."
Pros: The commute
Cons: Gossip

Patient Services Representative in Beverly Hills:
Pros: I enjoy the family oriented team that surrounds and manages our work. The hours offered are also an amazing feature.
Cons: The inability to grow in a field you so deeply love.

Patient Services Representative in Beverly Hills:
Pros: I enjoy the family oriented team that surrounds and manages our work. The hours offered are also an amazing feature.
Cons: The inability to grow in a field you so deeply love.

Patient Services Representative in Merritt Island:
Pros: Co-workers, patient relations,
Cons: Stress level,

Patient Services Representative in Riverside:
Pros: Some of my co workers.
Cons: They do not give pay raises. Last pay raise for employee in the clinic was in 2014 and before that was 2010. Supervisors and directors get bonuses every three months and pay raises every year .They have supervisor who have no clue what they are doing. When there is a problem with a patient supervisor do not want to handle it. They do not appreciate their employees. The CEO of the company has no clue what really goes on in the clinic. The do not give their employees proper train they expect the employees to figure it out on their own.