PhysAssist Scribes Reviews
Rating 3.92 out of 5 24 reviews
I would like to see management changes or finding someone who is patient with new employees to help them learn instead of getting frustrated if they don’t understand something.
The best part about this job was the ability to interact with different healthcare professionals. I was able to build strong bonds and lifelong connections with each person. This has already proven to be very beneficial to my career.
Poorly paid, but they did work with me around my school schedule. You need to be willing to work weekend and overnights, but they pay is not worth it.
The experience is second to none and is an excellent opportunity to learn and test your skills. The physicians you work with are eager to teach and help you grow as future healthcare provider. The company is also willing to work with your schedule should you still be in school or have other part time jobs.
It was a great experience especially if you're a pre-med student but they offer low pay. Sometimes it's hard to get a hold of headquarters since i'm in California and they are in Texas. We have 1 week of online training which was super useless and it is not paid and 7 training shifts which are paid and are at the actual emergency room which were was helpful.
I loved the job and role of a medical scribe in itself and I learned a great deal of experience to help prepare me for my future as a Physician Assistant. However, looking back at the onboarding process, I believe there is room for change and improvement. The residency training was much more useful than the online Scribe University, which was not a great example and preparation for the amount of work put into it.
Throughout this process, I learned a vast amount of medical terminology, pharmacology and anatomy. Despite feeling overwhelmed initially, I have come to understand the overall flow of scribing through observation and communication with my colleagues and to appreciate paradoxically organized chaos. Thanks to this experience, I can attest to the teamwork that goes on behind closed doors as well as the importance of each interdisciplinary provider in order to provide the best possible care for a patient.
Excellent place to gain medical experience. I was fortunate to work here and understand how a healthcare system works in America. The time card analysts are very friendly and helpful with their advice.
This is a great opportunity to get entry-level experience in health care, with extensive training, and flexible shift scheduling for students.
Although the pay is not as much as I would get at my previous job. (A convenience gas station store) I gain a lot of experience and have more hands on opportunity to what the medical field would be like.
Great opportunity to gain experience in the medical field prior to entering medical/PA school. Also good opportunities to network with physicians and learn what is involved in practicing medicine
I loved that I was able to learn so much be working side by side physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Even though I was mainly in the emergency department, I was also able to see what the different interactions were among other professions as different patients needed different specialties. When I first started working, I wanted to become a doctor, but after working as a medical scribe, I came to realize that being a physician assistant would be more suitable for me.
During my tenure as a Medical Scribe, I learned so much about medicine and how to care for patients. I was able to gain an amazing relationship with my co-workers and physicians. I wish scheduling was better.
Good entry-level job into the medical field. Great experience, good training, pay is on the lower side.
This is an excellent opportunity to work side-by-side with physicians throughout their shift. However, the online training should be done in person instead. Also, scribes start off at minimum wage and will earn raises after working 1000+ hours. Pay does not reflect the amount of work done.
PhysAssist is a great company to work for if need health care experience. Being a scribe at a hospital or in a private clinic is a great way to learn from experienced physicians.
Awesome experience working with the doctors and nurses. You learn how they think and see how they work; and you incorporate this knowledge over time. The experience in invaluable, and the company knows that- It's why the pay is minimal. So, you make great connections and learn a lot about medicine, but you won't make much money doing it.