Administration (Current Employee) – St. Agnes – August 5, 2016
CUA keeps it real. I always know what is expected of me and where I stand. It is most efficient company with it's advanced technology. Leaders ask a lot of the employees but we are all valued and supported 100%. We are generously compensated with many, many perks throughout the year. CUA goes above and beyond with community initiatives.
The leaders of this company are relentless to improve anything and everything they can. They are transparent and fair. They use periodic meetings, e-mails, an intranet and any other method available to keep us informed.
The physicians make the day to day job fun. They too expect a lot but they treat us like family and they too are generous with the staff.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Maryland – November 20, 2015
Lovely people to work with and good benefits. Doctors are fantastic and everyone has a great sense of humor. However, terrible management - manager will happy to talk about any employee's personal issues with other employees.
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Baltimore, Maryland – June 5, 2015
Good place to work overall, depending on who you are and what department you work in will determine opportunity for advancement. That's the only down part but good security for an everyday job been there for years.
Just as our mission statement is to provide a superior patient experience, we strive to provide a similar working experience for our employees. We are proud to say that the majority of our employees are happy and that our company wide turnover is extremely low at 12% compared to healthcare industry average of 20%. In fact, our Bel Air office is below that with only having one employee leave in the last year- 5% turnover. Tuition Reimbursement is available starting on day 1 of employment for Full-Time and Part-Time employees and we offer a very comprehensive benefits package. To view our benefits package, please click on http://www.chesapeakeurology.com/about-us/employment/benefits/.
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nice place to work
Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Glen Burnie, MD – April 21, 2015
working at Chesapeake urology is a very interesting place to work. The benefits are good and they strive for superior customer service. You meet so many different people, which I love to interact with them.
I enjoy my job at Chesapeake Urology.I learned about the new computer reporting system. The management is fair with the employees. I get along with all of my coworkers and I am a team player. The most enjoyable part of the job is receiving thanks from the patients and Doctors for a job well done.
Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Owings Mills, MD – September 21, 2012
You need to have a passion to help others and actually care for the health of pts. Benefits are great and growth within the company is def possible with hard work and commitment. Great opportunity for community outreach programs as well. Overall very rewarding job, I personally enjoy going to work and love helping pts and ensuring the highest quality of care.
I actually like coming to work. A great group of people working together for a great cause. Hard work does not go unnoticed and there's a great sense of community. I've learned so much about urology just in everyday duties and there is a fundamental sense of teamwork and dedication within our office.
its like a factory and its all about money for them.
anonymous (Former Employee) – st. agnes – June 2, 2015
Nice to place work. Management for this location is poor. Paid lunch when you get lunch or if you get lunch. They don't care about the staff especially the dedicated ones. Doctors are nice, most of them. No breaks, no appreciation, no recognition, poor communication.
doctors are nice, small Christmas bonus
management doesn't care about dedicated workers, barely get lunch.
CUA is a very productive work place and focuses on every patient getting the most superior experience when they walk though our doors,.
Medical Assistant/Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Bel Air, MD – January 27, 2013
When patients walk in our office they are immediately greeted and then started on our electronic check in process also making sure all patients insurance and demographic information is updated, once they complete the registration on the computer pad the information they have entered prints out and is entered into the patients chart.The one thing I have learned is the electronic check in using the Phreesia pads and also became very knowledgeable about all insurances. My co-workers are great friendly and fun. I cant really say that there is anything hard about my job. The most enjoyable part is just talking to the patients .