CompuNet is a great place to maintain a challenging and rewarding career.
Medical Technologist (Former Employee), Reference Chemistry Lab – February 2, 2014
CompuNet Clinical Laboratories is an excellent employer with excellent work ethics and attitude of outstanding, responsible service to the area. They maintain state of the art equipment and top notch management and quality staff. Workload is both challenging and rewarding. I have a sense of pride and worthiness having been employed with them. My career – more... with CompuNet has given me an extended family and multiple reference resources. After 26+ years of service there have been many lifetime friendships formed. The most challenging part of the job has been the introduction of non-medical designed equipment and methodologies into the medical lab environment. Manufacturer's desire our market field but are not equipped to provide the excellent service necessary to maintain their transformed "medical equipment" when needed. They fail to grasp an understanding of the immediate service necessity for quality patient care. We are spoiled by companies such as Coulter and Roche who do. Most enjoyable responsibility has been in maintaining a tight QC program for Chemistry and the teamwork of a well managed lab. My regret is that CompuNet found it necessary to cut many perks and traditions this year and needed to reduce staff because the medical profession is suffering in today's world. I pray that their decisions make it possible for them to prosper in the future. – less
Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Former Employee), Moraine, OH – January 2, 2014
Pros: holiday meals
Cons: no breaks/lunch
Within the #9 Years that I was employed by CompuNet, I developed a Confident Routine while being a Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant, I became an asset within the Company. My Professional & Motivating Skills has prepared me to move on. My Total Phlebotomy Years of Experience consists of #13 yrs. During Shift Change, daily communication was a must before & – more... after the shift would start. I completed assigned tasks during my shift and would stay over if needed. In addition too, covering shortage of staff on different shifts routinely. The most enjoyable part of my job was my Positive Responses within work that needed to be done on a timely and continuous basis. I work great with my Co-Workers.... The hardest part of my job was having to manipulate information. Being a Specimen Processor became very difficult since training was not offered originally. Troubleshooting became a daily Activity. As well as having to balance out all communication skills at hand.... – less
Phlebotomist (Current Employee), Dayton, OH – December 8, 2013
Long 10 hour days but my co-workers are awesome to work with which makes the day go by fast sometimes. The hardest part of the job is when the patients express how much they dislike you but you learn to get over it because at the end of the day its your job to make sure the patient comes first.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Dayton,Ohio – September 11, 2013
Pros: customers and patients
Cons: short lunches and compensation
A typical day can be very busy with little to no down time. Management can be very demanding and they are most of the problems. Managements open door policy means everyone knows. Co-workers are very knowledgeable and helpful. Getting attached to the patients and then they pass away. Most enjoyable is being able to help others.
Phlebotomist/Processor (Former Employee), Moraine, OH – December 13, 2012
Pros: hard workers, free lunches during the holidays, team work from third shift
Cons: too many chiefs not enough indians, way too many call-offs that were not all legit, being under staffed
The company is a actually a good company to work for and also learn from. I learned over the years of being there how to be more professional. I also learned how to handle my bad situations in a more professional mannerism. They also taught me how to be a good leader and be able to teach others the knowledge i have so that they can suceed i the company – more... as well. Yes we were understaffed alot on third shift and it did bother us but that also taught me and my coworkers how to work as a team which i love to do.Working as a team with my co workers was fun and made a bad situation look not so bad. – less