PSR float,HHC orders Procesor,Medical Interpreter (Current Employee) – Hartford, CT – June 29, 2017
good place to work , only no raise and no place to advance my self and there is no overtime, co worker and patient are great. mix of culture all respected and appreciated . the hardest part of the job is no job security, and other part of my job as a PSR float means that I change my work place as many as 5 times or 6 times a day. dangers area to work in. shooting on weekly basis out side the center.
relax athmosfere, good patient flow, and respect between co workers
Outreach Worker, Medical Assistant, Case Manager (Current Employee) – Hartford, CT – December 1, 2016
You're usually busy on a day to day basis. You learn a lot on patient care, people skills, time management, etc. Co-workers are great! Hardest part of the job is not being able to help every patient/client due to individual's obstacles. Most enjoyable part of the job is making a difference in a patient's/client's life/day.
podiatrist (Current Employee) – Connecticut – March 25, 2016
the patients and coworkers are really excellent. work flow and coordination is very good the hardest part of the job is patients not showing up sometimes. spanish speaking sometimes can be hinderance to work flow
Very disorganized workplace. Staff are careless, selfish, which leads to poor patient care. They don't provide patient safety procedures or systems, placing nurses at risk for adversities. Very few coworkers that care enough to help and teach others. Too many distasteful personalities, difficult to work with. Staff engage in gossip instead of helping and working as a team. Very poor management, not available when needed, don't provide needed resources, leave you at your own to drown. The job itself is unchanging, repetitive, chaotic at times.
Very few providers were caring towards staff and patients. Very few!
Careless, selfish, unavailable management/supervisory team. Unchanging, repetitive job duties.
Clinician (Current Employee) – Hartford, CT – December 3, 2015
Prevail exploitation and lies. They hired a group of new clinicians when they were doing negotiations to pass the BH services administration to another company. After just some months of hired us they called for individual meetings with the CEO and HR Director to gave us the termination letter because of that change in administration. The termination letter is effective in 60 to 90 days. The 60 days for the termination to be effective end on December 30.
I choose not to respond to this question as things are good at my current employer, however they do not have good benefits, and no raises. Plus there are no places for me to expand and to grow within the organization.
I tried sticking it out for 3 years but it became impossible for me to stay after showing health issues. They treat their employees poorly and have made a lot of their money on the backs of people who need their jobs. The providers have no input on decisions made which is an obsolete idea if you want to make the proper decisions with the community health in mind. Very poor environment, very toxic. Federal and local funds were used inappropriately making allegations on Federal monies applications that were not real. The board of directors needs to be completely changed, the CEO was fired and may be pending prosecution, the medical director at the time was arrested for inappropriate misconduct trading narcotics for unsavory acts in his previous job and he was not checked for his background. I don't know of the current CEO or medical director. Last week I heard their front door is a revolving door because no one lasts employed there. They either quit or are fired. DO NOT WORK THERE! This is a site for the loan repayment program but it is not worth going there. Look for another site.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Hartford CT – May 10, 2012
To preface this review, I did not get fired from COHC, I left of my own free will after spending a short time employed there. I cannot believe anyone can last as an employee of COHC for more than a week. The staff is curt and rude, and the managers are unorganized and nepotistic. There seem to be many opportunities to move up in this company, but only if you're willing to stab an unwitting coworker in the back to get there. I've witnessed employees using inappropriate language, gestures, and lies to hurt their peers...and I'm talking about managers! Unscrupulous behavior seems not just tolerated, but encouraged.
good benefits and pay
hostile work environment, bad parking, quick employee turnover