Contract Medical Examiner (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – June 14, 2016
Great place to work. Always on time to set up, understanding to personal lives and consistent support at all times. Staff is usually available to answer key questions through out the day, even after office hours via personal cell phones.
My typical day is meeting new people and some that work in the medical field that show me different techniques. Management is good and my co-workers are ok, there is no hard part and I'm doing what I enjoy drawing blood and also caring for patients that have a hard time with needles.
This was the worst job I ever could have imagined.
examiner (Former Employee) – Rocky Hill, CT – January 21, 2016
The management is RUDE and very unprofessional, I complained multiple times about how I was being treated and nothing was done. The office I worked for was extremely unorganized, would take days to email me back and wouldn't pick up half of my calls. Management is terrible and talks behind everyone's back. Definitely not a fun or professional environment. By the end I just gave up all hope things would change and was tired of the stress and anxiety and quit. Honestly, the company may be great and other locations may be great as well, but as far as this location.. awful, it doesn't even deserve one star
lpn nurse (Former Employee) – Winchester, VA – December 21, 2015
I got to schedule and make appointments and travel to peoples homes. Once there I would do paperwork, height weight, blood and urine, blood pressure and maybe EKG. I loved traveling and meeting new people.
Health Examiner (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – September 17, 2015
Great company to work for love working with students and training them it a great opportunity to keep your skills excellent while training new students and watching them graduate and start a great career.
Enjoyed working with customers to adhere to their schedules
Examiner (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 1, 2015
I would travel to the applicant's home, perform their insurance exams as requested from agent. I would complete all my exams scheduled for that day. I would then go home complete my paperwork, call on applicants to schedule their appointments. Fax all my paperwork to the appropriate places.
My co-workers were awesome to work with. I mainly worked independently.
The hardest part of my job was finding homes to where I needed to be to do the applicant's exam.
Paramedical Examiner (Current Employee) – Rocky Hill, CT – August 18, 2015
I am a fairly new employee and so I haven't had any experience overall to critique this company fully/ fairly. I feel very comfortable working with this company and gaining as much experience as they can expose me too.