Here at Piedmont Eye Center, we value our staff members, and we want our patients to get to know them better! Each month, we introduce you to one of the people who keep our office going. Next in our “Meet the Staff” series is Debbie W. Get to know her below:
What is your role at Piedmont Eye Center?
I am an Insurance/Billing Supervisor. I post all incoming payments to patient accounts, compile all money together at the end of the day for the daily deposit, process refunds for overpayments back to the patient or insurance company, correct insurance problems for claims, help other employees if they have questions with patient accounts or computer system
How long have you worked at Piedmont?
27 years. I started working part time in September 1990 with Dr. Lotano. I started working full time in May 1994 when Dr. Vogel joined Dr. Lotano at PEC.
What do you love most about your job?
I have had many different administrative jobs in the 27 years I have been at PEC but I really do enjoy my current job duties. I would say what I love the most is enjoying working with great co-workers who are like family to me.
What is one thing you wish every patient knew?
That every patient is important and we are always here to help them in any way possible for a pleasurable experience at PEC.
What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
Spending time with my son, daughter-in-law and my 8 month old granddaughter, walking and playing with my dog
If money was not a concern what would you do every day if you didn’t work?
Shop until I drop, have a personal trainer and chef to cook good for me food, stay up late and sleep late.
If you could have dinner with any one person, living or dead, who would it be?
My mother who passed away this past year. I miss her terribly.
Coke or Pepsi? Coffee or tea?
Coke / Tea
Do you have any words of advice to share?
Always try to have a positive attitude and good mood and treat people in a kind way which is how you would want to be treated by others.
If you see Debbie W. next time you are visiting us, be sure to stop and say hi!