Chesapeake Government Health Services Employer Reviews
Job Work/Life Balance
Chesapeake Government Health Services
Job Work/Life Balance
High managerial turnover rate
Government Contractor/Medical Assistan (Former Employee), Naval Medical Center Portsmouth – April 18, 2014
Cons: no communication, pay cut, high office turnover
This is a government contractor that took over a previous contractor I worked for. When the contract was awarded to Chesapeake Government Health Services the pay was drastically cut, we were forced to purchase insurance, there was little to no communication between the office and employees, the only person that was trying to help the employees either – more... quit or was replaced. Just in the short time I was employed by them there were several people were either repositioned or replaced, therefore our point of contact was unknown at most times.
The office I worked in, Internal Medicine Clinic, at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, however, was quite an enjoyable place. My manager was awesome and my co-workers like family. We worked together to get our patients taken care of. – less
This is a medical professional FNP review. The poorest communication and poorest treatment I have received in my greater than 10 + yrs experience. They bid low on government contracts and then subcontract them all out. They did not pay my subcontractor for my position and subcontractor took them to court. The result, Chesapeake had me walked out of – more... my Patient schedule in the middle of the day after 4.5 years at this AFB because they owned the contract and chose to show their ownership of the contract to the subcontractor instead of consideration patients who were booked with me for a full month. Was with the Air Force Base with previous owners of contracts and was treated with respect and always sold to subcontractor. However, the subcontractors appreciate the good support of good Providers and took good care of me. Chesapeake is not a company I would ever recommend to anyone even if they sell your contract to subcontractor, they still have the power over your contract. The Air Force base lung cancer and pulmonary patients were left without a provider and all appts were cancelled due to lack of Pulmonologists in the Air Force. DO NOT TRUST THEM!!!
Most of all their lack of respect or concern for the most ill of patients is the most concerning, I am highly sought out professional and will be able to get a job, but my patients will have a very hard time finding someone to take care of them due to the shortage of pulmonary providers. My patients were simply a pawn in their court battle with the subcontractor and they could have cared less. – less