I worked at OATC for a number of years. The only thing I enjoyed was the company of a couple of co-workers and the doctors.
The pay is ridiculously low for the job you are required to do.
The fact that they expect support staff to do patient intakes, ECG's and blood work on top their general duties (greeting/checking in patients, collecting urine samples, answering phones/ returning messages, faxing, emailing, facilitating tele-medicine appointments, cleaning and dealing with often difficult clientele, *just to name a few) is completely insane for the minuscule amount of money they pay their staff. No pay raises are ever given even with cost of living going up and OATC does not provide any bonus at the end of the year even after working for them for years.
The clinic is always short staffed. This makes it extremely stressful for staff that have to take on extra work on top of an already full workload. Also, never being able to take proper breaks and having to work through your lunch break is constant.
You might as well have no benefits as they provide a health spending account which reaches it's full amount of $700 at years end (only if your full-time) and that amount is supposed to goes towards everything prescriptions/dentist/optometrist etc. So with only $700.00 per year after buying prescription glasses and a few pharmacy prescriptions it leaves barely enough for anything else.
Overall a terrible company to work for and I suggest NOT working here!
Low wage, short staffed, heavy workload