Manager (Former Employee) – Brentwood, TN – January 16, 2018
Company concept and mission is good for empowering employers to promote health and wellness through onsite clinics. The hardest part of this job is that there was little resources within the company for employees to effeiciently perform their tasks and lack of healthcare/management knowledge from the manager level.
Staff nurse/phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – January 12, 2018
I enjoyed my work at CareHere however it could be very stressful at times . I triaged patients, did labs, DOT and sports physicals, drug screens , assisted physicians with minor procedures. I also was front desk, referral person, made appointments .
busy and people oriented, love the docs I worked with
Director of Clinical Services (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 13, 2017
Lots of staff management , client management , . Good workplace culture but management is lacking in experience and proper people skills . Most enjoyable part of the job is the care provided to patients .This company has a lot of potential for future growth
owners of the company are great not enough good support surrounding them
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – New Port Richey, FL – September 22, 2017
if you are looking for a real "sit down" job then this is for you. Its a great place and organization to work for it was just too slow for me. Other than that this is a great job with great benefits and pay.
Limited scope of practice and never met supervising physician in 2 years I worked there.
Family Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Gallatin, TN – August 28, 2017
Work was very slow paced so if you like to be bored this is a good job. Most patients used this clinic as an urgent care and not their primary care office. Biometric screenings were the main use of clinics by patient base.
Clinical Nurse (Current Employee) – Alabama – August 25, 2017
I have worked at this company for years but I have seen this company that a horrible nose dive (poor management). We had the worst case of people playing management that I've ever seen. They are lazy and ill-equipped not to add, they are some of the biggest liars you will ever meet.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – July 6, 2017
This company is all for themselves, they will work you to the bone and expect you to come in on days off and travel to various locations. when it's time for you to need time off or vacation, they are not as willing to accommodate. They have a high turn over rate because they will terminate as quick as they hire
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Danville, IL – March 12, 2017
good company to work for, not able to use critical thinking as a MD tells you what to do. Just doing Primary nursing in a factory. Wish it were more hours but the company has only contracted to work 2 days a week so far.
CMA (Former Employee) – Michigan – February 19, 2017
Management will steal your ideas and use as their own. Lack of communication from corporate. Constant changes in policy and never communicated. Directors lack management and professionalism. Lots of drama. Forced to work through lunch and forced to clock out. Be careful of this place. Terrible company to work for but great model.
I enjoyed the patients that I cared for while working for this company but the company is poorly managed. There is little communication from management to the clinics they oversee. We often felt like we were on a island at our clinic. Managers have little regard for providers time or schedule and would often schedule a meeting and show up late or not at all. In addition, when we would ask for things we needed to do our job, they were often promised but never delivered. Care Here talks up the benefit of their coaches, which in my experience provide limited information for pts. Nothing is tailored toward the pts needs. The pts are given a standardized plan from the coaches to follow regardless of whether it works with their schedule or income. I feel like the coaches hands are tied and they have a set of boxes to check. Their education is undervalued while the education of managers was overvalued. The managers had associates or bachelors degrees at best and little to no medical training. Medical assistants at best. Management and the corporate office are buddy-buddy with each other but they are out of touch with how to meet the real needs of pts in their clinics.
Patient population, 20 min pt time slots, Good concept
Poor management, lack of communication, managers and corporate out of touch, managers unprofessional, poor execution of good concept
Work life balance do-able due to work at home abilities
Exercise Physiologist Health Coach (Current Employee) – Missoula, MT – August 11, 2016
Company started out well but is now moving in different direction with limited options for advancement. New management has decided to move from discipline specific coaching (i.e. no longer will dietitians address nutrition or exercise coaches address activity design) but is instead asking coaches to deliver non-specific coaching on all topics at once (i.e. all coaches, regardless of training in their respective disciplines will now offer basic information on all areas such as 'eat healthy and move more'). Company has been good to work for but I feel that I need to be able to advance as well as don't see eye to eye with new approach.
Clinic Coordinator (Former Employee) – Alabama – July 23, 2016
The concept of CareHere is a great idea, but unfortunately it doesn't have the management to achieve it's mission. The company has seen tremendous growth in the last couple of years, but I feel it has not reacted to the changes that growth has brought about. The interaction and relationship development with the patients was what kept me there as long as I stayed. As a part time employee, there were NO benefits, I was expected to change work hours with practically no notice. The orientation was all but nonexistent, and the job duties are unrealistic. My direct mangers were nonresponsive and they would lie to make themselves look good to client and upper management. This job taught me just how proficient I could be at multi-tasking!
Great patient interaction and an opportunity to make a real difference in someones health state.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Dade City, FL – July 12, 2016
Worked as a MA, was constantly under staffed with patient- nurse, paitent-provider ratio, overbooked appointments. The bilingual staff spoke Spanish in front of other employees that didn't speak Spanish, also in front of English only speaking clients, patients! Staff would be on phones outside in peak business hours beyond alotted break times, non smoking staff had to constantly pick up the slack or not get breaks often. Often staff were asked to do things out of their job description. On the positive the pay, benefits were not bad. Frequent turnover of managers, physicians.