emergency room physician (Former Employee), Des Moines, IA – July 9, 2014
i have worked for 5 er contract companies from 1988 to present --from 1988 to 2004 i was part of a single er physician corp which ran the 27000 visit er of which i was an employee --contract companies have an inherent flaw in that they usually have stockholders and are run by non medical administrations --as a result they do not have the interests of – more... the physician or the serviced hospital in their highest priority --ideally a physician managed and democratically run physician corp with a limited number of hospital contracts is ideal from a physician and hospital service standpoint but are disappearing with the new health care insurance paradigm that we are witnessing – less
Participant (Former Employee), New Orleans – February 4, 2014
• Attendee of ACI Fall 2009 International Convention. • Participant in Concrete Mixer competition in which a series of concrete cubes were produced to achieve most closely a given target design strength and mass.
Receptionist (Former Employee), Manhattan, New York – April 12, 2013
Pros: fridays free lunch and early day
Cons: no cons
Loved working with ACI they were very good to me and i learned a lot with them on how to be the greatest receptionist.My co-workers were very nice and good to work with. A days work was busy all day and very fast paced. But i loved it.
Education Support/Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), Cambridge, MA – January 11, 2013
Pros: great faculty
Cons: bad corporation
great faculty. i graduated from ACI and Work their for 3years before the abrupt shut down. i enjoyed all my teachers dedication to teach, and mentor student. as a result, i discover my passion for teaching and education as a whole. now our corporate office in the other did not show faculty how appreciative it was of them. meager salaries and bad communication. – more... nonetheless the faculty trekked on. – less