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21 days ago

Per Diem Ambulatory Service Rep II

Kelsey-Seybold Katy, TX

6 months experience in a customer facing role within a medical office, healthcare setting or other service-related industry. or 1+ years KSC ASR I… Beyond.com


25 days ago

Per Diem Ambulatory Service Rep II

Kelsey-Seybold Humble, TX

The Per Diem ASR II is responsible for providing assistance to patients in a friendly and courteous manner. The Per Diem ASR II is responsible for… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Per Diem Ambulatory Service Rep II

Kelsey-Seybold Kingwood, TX

The Per Diem ASR II is responsible for providing assistance to patients in a friendly and courteous manner. The Per Diem ASR II is responsible for… Glassdoor


24 days ago

Per Diem Ambulatory Service Rep II

Kelsey-Seybold Houston, TX

The Per Diem ASR II is responsible for providing assistance to patients in a friendly and courteous manner. The Per Diem ASR II is responsible for… Glassdoor


Kelsey-Seybold Clinic Reviews

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    Overall a good place to work, but I see no room for growth

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Pearland, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Pearland, TX

    I have been working at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    The new administration building is a great work environment. The building is brand new and has many great features such as huddle rooms and meeting rooms that can be booked electronically.

    The work, for the most part, has been stress free. I have a lot of freedom in the projects that I work on and there are few deadlines.

    The environment is very laid back. There is no set start-time or end-time, within reason. However, it is expected that a full 8 hour work day is put in everyday. I wouldn't say that it's encouraged to take breaks, but I don't think that it's looked down up either, again, within reason, of course. I'm not sure if this laid back attitude is true for hourly employees.

    The people who I have met in the office are all very friendly and genuinely kind. I honestly think I've developed lasting relationships with people around the office. This friendliness may be attributed to the culture on my floor, and the culture may be different in different parts of the building.

    All-in-all, it has been a great starting place to develop skills and learn how to transition into an office environment.

    Cons

    The benefits are very expensive for young healthy people and there is really only one benefit package to choose from, which obviously benefits the clinic.

    Paid holidays are at a bare minimum, with only New Years Eve, Memorial Day, Labor Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, 1/2 day on Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day given as paid holidays. I may be missing one, but you get the point. Nothing like Martin Luther King Day or Presidents Day is given as a holiday. To this point, beginning employees are given 8 vacation days and 3 personal days. Not great, but I think fairly standard.

    One of my bosses has requested info for his meeting approximately 10-15 minutes before the start of the meeting. I don't know if he's so unfamiliar with the data that he thought this was a reasonable request, or if he was very unprepared for his meeting. Either way, it made me feel stressed and worried because I wasn't able to produce the data in time, and didn't have the data for his meeting. This is the only time I've really felt stressed.

    I don't think there is any potential for growth, at least in my position, which I prefer not to divulge in this review. It's obvious that manangers/directors aren't going anywhere. My coworker quit awhile ago, and I took over her workload. There has been no replacement for her, and I haven't heard any mention at all of being compensated for the extra work. I may be being greedy, but it seems fair to me, considering the person who's workload I took over made substantially more than I do. For these reasons, I've been thinking about looking for a new job.

    Lastly, this is a minor point but, I feel like the company can be kind of cheap, which some may not see as a bad thing. The event that comes to mind is when the admin building suffered a power outage and the AC went out. Apparently the head of the clinic asked a snow-cone truck to come to the admin building, but made the employees pay for the snow-cones. This may not seem strange to some people, but it does to me. I think it sort of speaks to the lack of common sense that can be seen in some parts of the company.

    I do, however, think the pros outweigh the cons.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Become familiar enough with the job processes of your employees to not ask impossible requests.

    Make sure you know what you want before you ask for something.

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