Nurse Manager (Former Employee) – Webster City, IA – July 21, 2017
The CEO and her best-friend that run this place are absolutely all in it for the money. They have no compassion for the workers on the floor, only themselves. Only enjoyable part of the job were your co-workers. But everyone was on tip toes, management would go on a firing spree for no reason.
Front Desk (Floater) (Former Employee) – Winter Garden, FL – June 15, 2017
Very busy place to work, lot of meetings to keep you updated, Had alot of walk in Er that could not be seen most of the time, It was best when they post how many Er pts they could see/ it made it easier for the pts to know.
Registered Nurse - Center Coordinator (Former Employee) – Earth – June 2, 2017
Like most places of employment, there is room for improvement. All in all not a bad place to work. There was change in management as I was leaving so hopefully it is better. They need to pay more for the clinical positions.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 7, 2017
Great work environment!! Everyone is so friendly and make you feel so welcomed no matter how new you are to the company. Having the oportunity to learn much more by being more flexible in allowing to do duties outside of the scope of a Medical Assistant helps expand your knowledge that much more.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – February 7, 2017
As a health care facility, many employees provided excellent customer service along with facilitating a successful work environment to be a part of. In an average day we alone in my department could see anywhere between one hundred to as low as eighty running four to three providers. Making it a very fast pace and productive day.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Taylorsville, UT – February 6, 2017
Great company, helps a lot of people ith no insurance, they have their own pay scale where you can bring your proof of income and qualify for a cheap payment plan. They do a lot for the community, they have classes for all kinds diabetes, children health for free. they take care of the community/