Medical Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Thornhill, ON – 24 January 2018
Working in this company is so rewarding as I had the opportunity to be of assistance in providing customer care in regards to various clients medical needs. The work benefits are great. My employer is awesome. I have learned to value time. I love working in a fast-paced environment.
Medical Office Assistant (Former Employee) – North Park Drive – 11 January 2018
So far i am loving my internship at LMC, i am getting a lot of experienced, it is amazing, the staff is excellent with their service, some of the things i do is faxing, scanning confirmed patients appointments and rebooked patients.
Medical Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 December 2017
Beware of LMC! The lies will begin during your interview where you will be promised anything and everything. They will over exaggerate your anticipated salary, lie about which location you will be required to work at and feed you nonsense about how you can advance within the company. You will be guilted for every day off you request. The managers lack sensitivity training and anything you confide in your managers will become public knowledge. There is no movement within this company other than the employees who quit and are replaced every few months, weeks and even days. While the employee count dwindles you will find yourself with an ever growing mountain of work. Everything looks good on paper but it is far from reality.
low salary, no time off, no confidentiality, no advancement, heavy workload
Medical Office Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 12 October 2017
Loved the fact that the company dress was casual but professional. Staff worked well as team and roles were clearly defined. Patient confidentiality was a high priority for the team. The team has social and lunch and learn events every week which allows for a time to mix and mingle with staff and learn from medical representatives. These med reps often talked about the products they were promoting e.g. blood sugar meters or new medical equipment that were helpful to the diabetes community.
small group of friendly efficient staff, staff inquiries answers quickly
RN Diabetes Educator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 August 2017
This is a great place to start off as a Diabetes Educator. The RN/RD management is excellent and there are plenty of opportunities to learn and grow as a professional. The culture is also one of organization, efficiency, and teamwork. The only downside is the salary - for RN/RD it is not on par with hospitals. However, this is the case for most positions that are non-unionized.
IT Helpdesk Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 July 2017
Not a bad place to gain some experience as an intern. Workplace is great and so are the rest of the staff. Supervisors are easy to approach. Overall, I would definitely recommend LMC as a place for internship.
Work environment needs massive overhaul and improvement
anonymous (Former Employee) – Anonymos – 26 July 2015
work environment could be perceived as stressful as there is a lack of communication. The environment is cliquey and management teams often blame others members of their team for management oversights. There is resistance to feedback and complete ignorance for team morale.
working with multi-disciplinary team members
Cliquey environment, unprofessional behaviour from various members of the workplace including management
Medical Office Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 18 December 2013
The doctors and medical assistants are very friendly and eager to help new comers and volunteers. Lunch time is the best time to catch up and staff members are open-minded and wiling to give work-related and vocational (excited places to visit etc.) advice.