Here’s what our scribes think of what it’s like to work for Scribekick and what our doctors think it’s like to have a Scribekick scribe assisting them. Like what you see? Contact us for a free consultation to learn more about our scribe services or join our team by visiting our careers page.
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CO-HEAD BON SECOURS CARDIOLOGY AND C3 NEXUS CO-FOUNDER
“I’m currently working as a scribe with Scribekick. This is a great company that prepares you well for the job. The training that they provided has given me extensive knowledge that has helped
me stay up-to-speed with the the physician I work with, and it has also given me knowledge that will help me stay ahead in med school. Working as a scribe is my first full-time job and Scribekick has made it very pleasant. The “higher-ups” are very kind and have checked on me periodically to see how I’m doing. That kind of care makes you want to keep working with someone and it makes you feel like more than just an employee. I’d recommend this company for anyone who is looking to get started with scribing without any struggle or stress.”
“I’ve been working as a Chief Scribe for Scribekick for the past 8 months and have thoroughly enjoyed my time so far. My position has allowed me to train new scribes and help roll out a lot of
neat changes to help improve communications between management and our team of scribes. Above all, Scribekick has provided me with the unique opportunity to work in a variety of specialty practices and utilize several different EMRs, which has given me the exact type of experience I was originally looking for. Management is also really great about providing flexibility with hours and school interviews. I certainly do not miss night shifts as an ER scribe!
Overall my time at Scribekick has been a valuable experience that will certainly be useful for medical school down the road.”
“Top notch company. I don’t take recommendations lightly but wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Scribekick to those looking for medical scribes, or individuals wanting to be a scribe.”