Based on 1,172 responses, the job of Practice Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.16 out of 5. On average, Practice Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Practice Manager?
Learn all the positions in the office so you know what each employee has to do and it also helps you know how each position effects all other positions.
"IF I KNEW THAT BEING A PRACTICE MANAGER WOULD BE SO GREAT."
LEARN THE HOSPITAL CULTURE, SETTING, ETC AND TRY TO MOVE UP WITHIN A CLINIC.
"Do What You Love, And It Won't Feel Like "Work""
Get into a practice that allows you to feel at home. Do it because you love it. Get self rewarded for the knowledge of helping a patient, family member or caregiver.
"It is challenging yet rewarding."
Pros: I like how I can be organised and nurture the people that I help whether that it the clients or the psychologists. I also love to streamline practices.
Cons: How there is too much to be done in short periods of time.
Pros: Enjoy organizing practice, employees, implementing new programs, payroll, developing new marketing programs.
Cons: Having to counsel employees to correct behaviors.
"Challenging and Delightful."
Pros: 1. Problem Solving. 2. Meeting customers. 3. Recognition.
Cons: 1. Stress. 2. Ambiguity. 3. Brutal System.
"Loyal to a fault."
Pros: I enjoy finding the right team to make the clients happy. Seeing happy, healthy animals walk out of clinic and knowing they are receiving the best possible care for the value. Knowing our clients return over and over for the kind, caring employees make this the best job.
Cons: Never knowing what the owner wants. She changes her mind on a regular basis and makes you feel like a child if you don't achieve the desired outcome she has. The big problem is she doesn't give instructions on what direction to go and undermines every decision you make.