Kylie Snyder

Kylie Snyder

Military Spouse Virtual Scribes from Jacksonville, North Carolina | Colleague since September 2018

Q: Where do you live and when did you start?
A: Jacksonville, North Carolina. I first started with AQuity in September 2018.

Q: What account/specialty do you support?
A: Rheumatology.

Q: What was your onboarding experience like?
A: It was great. I had no prior scribe experience, so everything I learned in training was vital to my career as a medical scribe.

Q: What do you like best about working for AQuity?
A: There are several. First, working for AQuity has given me an opportunity to rebuild my career and independence as a military spouse. I also love the flexibility and the friendships I have made with my fellow teammates.

Q: What surprised you most after joining the team?
A: The vast amount of medical experience I have gained from working with my provider.

Q: What do you like best about working with your physician (for Scribes)?
A: I have built a long-term relationship with my providers.

Q: What would you say to another candidate looking at AQuity?
A: Working remotely takes a lot of dedication to learn, but it’s rewarding in the long run.

Q: Where did you grow up/what did you like/dislike about it?
A: I am a midwestern girl through and through. I was born and raised in Nebraska for 10 years, then lived in Missouri for another 10 years. I spent a week in Nebraska with my family after losing my grandpa last summer and was quickly reminded why the “middle of nowhere” is so great. It’s just peacefully quiet, and you can see stars for miles. I think people get so caught up in having “things” to do that they forget how to just relax and enjoy life by doing nothing.

Q: What’s your Motto/Mantra?
A: Spreading positive energy in the workplace. While I am not a happy-go-lucky person, I think positivity and optimism bring more success than persistent negativity.

Q: Name something on your bucket list and why it’s a goal.
A: To learn how to windsurf. I love being on the water and staying active, so why not combine two things I love.