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LEAH BONDONESE
over 6 months ago

Looking for employment as an MA in office setting in Lake Worth - West Palm Beach, Fl, prefer full time but would consider part time if no MA Position available would be willing to help with phones or anything needed. I broke my arm months ago and am looking and need to work. Any help or guidance would greatly be appreciated.

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Marta Quintana-Abbasi
over 6 months ago

Be yourself but be a team player and you will do fine everyone is always nervous in the beginning but in st Luke’s we look out for our employees we will make sure you will be on the right track.

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Margaret Wright
over 6 months ago

I think Humana is a great place to work. However there are some incompatibility sometimes....with boss, co workers and such....also people like those are so manipulative, no one believes you when you say anything...about them..so they get to stay at their jobs, and create negativity, while you pounding the pavement looking for work...because u like to spend your money being kind to others.....

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Patti Gibson
over 6 months ago

The office is not organized at all. I enjoyed working directly with Joy Shewbridge, PA-C until I was blindsided by her and Dr. Accousti ( who is her immediate supervisor). There is no communication amongst the clinical staff and Doctors. I was just recently told how much of an asset I was to the team and how I am the best assistant Joy has ever had because I got along with her . Apparently the several Medical Assistants before me had trouble with her personality. So, I was never given written warning or even knew what the issue with me was. It was not my performance at all. I worked from home, was my downfall. On the bright side, if you are up front and tell the Doctor that you are " surfing the web" to get hours, you will be just fine. So, overall, they are not honest and really don't care about you. They just make you feel like it. Good luck whoever decides to accept the position! I was there for 2 years 2 months and would have been there longer. I'm just glad I saw through everything.

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Angela Horton
over 6 months ago

I'm looking to work in an ER here in Columbia Missouri I recently moved back here from North Dakota where I was working in the ER there in the Oil Field in Watford City North Dakota. I'm am excellent under pressure and have great patient skills! Thank you!!

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Kristi Lanz
over 6 months ago

It seems it is very difficult to obtain a job as a medical assistant. I have applied for so many that does not specify that they are looking for a certified medical assistant. They call and do a telephone interview or have me come in for an interview. They ask the question why did you leave your last position and then the question are you certified. I am not currently certified however I am registered to take the exam. I am not able to schedule my test until after the 15th of October. So everyone out there say a prayer for me that I will pass the test.

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Margaret Stark
over 6 months ago

Interview your manager and the physicians. Make sure you are a good fit.

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Penny Hendrickson
over 6 months ago

I retired 2 years ago and I miss the girls and patients but not the micromanagement that the nurse manager used.

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Christina Rios
over 6 months ago
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Kelly Spearman
over 6 months ago
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