• What do you enjoy most about working for MedComm?

    What I enjoy most about working for MedComm is the environment and the people I work with. I truly look forward to coming to work each day and getting to see my coworkers. I really enjoy interacting with our patients and assisting them in whatever they may need, to the best of my ability.

  • How does MedComm make you feel valued as an employee?

    MedComm makes me feel valued as an employee because they treat me as an individual, they respect my opinions, and value my concerns. The outings we do as a company during fall and Christmas really help to bring us closer as a company and get to know each other better.

  • How long have you been working at MedComm?

    I have been working at MedComm since June of 2015.

  • What professional values are most important to you?

    Professional values that are most important to me are honesty and integrity, as well as, adaptability. Working in this field, honesty and integrity have to be at the forefront. We are given the opportunity here at MedComm to grow in our positions, and to do so I feel that you have to encompass the ability to adapt and be willing to learn new things.

  • During your tenure with MedComm, how have you developed in your career?

    During my time here at MedComm I have grown significantly. When I began, almost three years ago, I had no prior experience in Medical Billing. I have since learned the Charge Entry position, as well as, my current position in Payment Posting. I feel that MedComm has really given me the opportunity to learn and grow [from] within.

  • During your tenure with MedComm, what are three career lessons you’ve learned?

    Three career lessons that I have learned in my time here are to take pride in the work you do, have confidence in yourself and your position, and be understanding and patient with our patients.

  • What is the most important aspect of your job?

    In my opinion, the most important aspect of my job is to make sure I am providing our patients with the best service I possibly can. I strive to treat our patients like I would want my family or myself to be treated.

  • What is your personal mantra?

    Happiness is a choice and I strive to choose it everyday! If I am happy and my heart is happy then I believe it will project out onto others.

  • You’re happiest when . . .?

    I am happiest when I get to spend time with my family. My family and my faith are the most important things to me. I wouldn’t be who I am today without the two.

  • Name three interesting things about you that your co-workers might now know.

    1. I enjoy being crafty and doing DIY projects in my free time.
    2. One of my favorite pastimes is fishing.
    3. I was voted Most Humorous in my yearbook senior year.