Case Manager II (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 9, 2015
has a good experience working. I develop and growing as a person and in the professional area. I learned a lot of new things like computers program(cornerstone), data entry and reports. I had a good communication with my co-workers and providers working as a team.
Patient Benefit Advocate (Former Employee) – Chicago IL – August 17, 2015
Working for Erie family health center was a great experience over all. I enjoyed the training the meetings and the help they provide to patients. Erie family health center believes that health care is a right not a privilege and helped and offered very affordable healthcare needs.
Patient Benefit Advocate (Current Employee) – Chicago IL – May 30, 2015
Working for Erie Family Health Center has been a great experience. Here at Erie we believe health care is right not a privilage. We provide accessible, affordable and hight quality health care for those in need. We priortise in all of our patients and help them out in any possible way. We try to make sure we answer all of out patients questions and take care of all their health care needs. My postion in Erie is not only to check patients in, i make sure my patients have updated information i verify theyre insurance eligibility shcedule follow up appoinments take payments and the list goes on. I also Helped alot of our patients enroll in to health insurance the first open enrollment perido and the second open enrollement period.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 22, 2015
Too much favoritism. No job security at all. Erie recycles employes. Too many young medical assistants straight out of school so Erie can pay at lowest hourly rate. Some Team leaders don't know how to do their jobs as leaders due to lack of proper training. Erie hires and fires. One comes, then one goes.
Case Manager, Team Case Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 22, 2014
I start working with Erie since 2006. I start as Case Manager Assistance two year later, I was promoted to Case Manager and on the last year I'm the Team Leader Case Manager to six staff. Erie is a company give opportunities to grow with in the company. I learned a lot with our patience. One of the most enjoyable part of the Job is to serve our client empower them to success in life.
RN Consultant, Case Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 18, 2014
I would like to say that I enjoy to work at Erie. There are some management issues that I feel should be heard among the employees. They are being overlooked at times and it can become a real problem. The chances of advancement are pretty good in that I have been given an opportunity to advance on my own, even though it was not the position I was looking for.
Team Leader (Supervisor) (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 13, 2013
I perform all medical assistant duties like vitaling patients, administer injections as needed among other things. As the team leader I create schedules, assign tasks and ensure that we are fully stocked with supplies.
Team Leader Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 12, 2013
Erie has a lot of young people working for them who are not professional especially at the humboldt park location, pay is not that great, raises are not often given and you will work more than your scheduled time
Human Resources Intern (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 1, 2012
A day in HR is very busy processing new hires every two weeks, administrating/coordinating new hire orientation, administrating performance reviews for employees every 3 months, enrolling employees into their benefit packages, etc. The hardest part is dealing with employees that are demanding to the HR team.