Operations Director/Assistant Operations Director (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MI – May 31, 2016
• Management of 20+ medical and non-medical staff • Colleague engagement and development • Management of center financials • Monthly and weekly center staff meetings • Scheduling of staff according to demand and budgeting • Efficiency planning and execution • Medical record privacy and request management • Scheduling and attendance of corporate sales meetings • Front office process management • Medical billing and accurate coding • Medical transcription maintenance • Drug screen and alcohol testing • Medical supply inventory management • Leader in market for patient and employer experience rating • Management of area specialist clinician program • Responsible for onboarding and training
Radiology Technician / Medical Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Plymouth Meeting, PA – May 14, 2016
At Concentra we are often understaffed, overwhelmed, severely underpaid, and unappreciated. There is a very high turnover rate and we always loose the best people due to lack of opportunity, poor pay, mistreatment by management and overwhelming work environment. Concentra has poor medical benefits, insufficient pay and PTO.
Referral Coordinator (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – April 28, 2016
When I first started working at Concentra I loved it but now I'm so over it. Basically in the beginning everyone's nice to you but once they see your #s people start treating you differently. A lot of favoritism which is pointless because you can't make a career at of this. There's a lot of hood chics and uneducated people there. I think it a good job if your young and just want to make Money. But if you have ambition or your educated I think your better off somewhere else.
In center (Former Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – April 24, 2016
The company seems to go through leadership and organizational changes every 6 months. Engagement is at an all time low, and everyone is exhausted, while being expected to give more and more of themselves. Until they stabilize as an organization, not recommended as a workplace.
Referral Coordinator (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – April 22, 2016
It is a very busy work place which is good, gives you the opportunity to learn different areas and department. Learned communication skills. Hardest part of the job? well I don't think anything is hard if you have the motivation to do the job. I enjoyed helping other.
hardworking and always going an extra mile and very efficient
Back Office Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Rosedale, MD – April 21, 2016
Am a very focused worker, i love assisting my patient and love working with my co workers. I believe the patient is always right and work toward improving the services i give to patients. Am always cheerful and always ready to go an extra mile for my patients .
The need to be creative and adapt to nursing outside of typical setting-
PRN Occupational Health RN (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – April 20, 2016
I could be in a work trailer under a bridge, to the next day a factory work office. I learned I can make the best out of any challenge to complete my work. I had no co-workers in the field, but managed a team of 6 registered nurses I would dispatch to assignments. it was difficult at times to geographically get to the assigned locations. It was a challenge to get the supplies shipped from Ohio before I needed to distribute them. I really enjoyed the work crew of union painters under the bridge in Pittsburgh. The painters made me feel like their sister.
The job was always changeing
The travel was a challenge at times, and hard on my car