LPN-OB/GYN (Former Employee) – Charleston, WV – June 22, 2016
I loved working with my patients and my doctor that I worked with, but management was not good there. I worked well with all my co-workers and enjoyed most the atmosphere. the most enjoyable part of my job was my patients and seeing the babies at the end of the 9 months
they gave u very little training but expected so much more out of you. and the management did very little except walk around offices all day and ridicule your work
very poor management ,not enough training to be successful at your job.
Medical review nurse (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – May 9, 2016
The management was probably one of the worse I have experienced. They give you very little training and then berate you if you have not done everything to their satisfaction. Just because you are a manager and it says so on a piece of paper doesn't make it true. I would rate the company as the worst star.
PCA (Former Employee) – Thomson, GA – February 9, 2016
I enjoyed the work, I loved taking care of the elderly. Its not a hard job, they do expect you to do more than they want to pay you for though. I would not recommend them to anyone though because they do not give raises after ninety day. You can work yourself to death for them and they really could care less.
Caregiver for special needs individuals (Current Employee) – Bettendorf, IA – September 30, 2015
I work with 4 to 5 clients a day. Caregivers takes care of kids with disabilities. so we help them go out into the community to better themselves and to work on independent goals. Ive learned that these kids/adults are smarter than what people think they are and that they really just want to spend time with other people. I really don't have coworkers its an individual base job. There are no hard parts about this job your just diving constantly. Evolving myself with the kids they are really fun to be around.
data entry position (Former Employee) – Madison, WV – August 2, 2015
I managed patient charts for lab-work and referrals from 3 different office sites, once I went in (the inbox) and submitted the results to the correct chart, I then put the chart in the correct provider's inbox for them to review. Once that task was complete I then faxed a request to many different provider's for the office notes on patients that a provider from Family Care referred the patient to.At 4 o'clock I would leave my office desk from upstairs , go downstairs and work the front desk there I would answer phones and check patients into see their provider. collect co-pay if applicable scan the insurance cards into the chart , then check the patient out and schedule the next appointment per provider's request. With this[position] I learned that I can multi-task and learn new programs very quickly, the management team is very upbeat and makes sure that employees know their worth with the company, everyone is very close yet warms up to new hires like they've always been there. The hardest part was trying to learn the programs in the short time frame ( 2 days), however I did pick up on it very quickly I was able to be on my own within those 2 days, working in an environment in which the management is always upbeat and smiling greets to each person with a hello in the morning and have a good evening.
Community volunteer (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – March 20, 2015
my typical day at work is very enjoyable. I learn a lot by working there for example how to deal with different back ground people. the management is very sweet and caring people. my co-workers are nice people who had always helped me. I did not face any hard part of the job. the most enjoyable part of the job is working as a team.
Medical Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Charleston, WV – March 9, 2015
I enjoyed working for family care for the short time i did. Employees were great and i always had a lot of work to keep me busy. the physicians and manager were all very nice and easy to get along with.