house technician (Former Employee) – Woodbury, TN – January 13, 2017
they provide excellent care and take time with every individual patient to make sure we are meeting there needs and functioning professionally. I worked there temporarily but even though it was brief my experience there taught me things that will last throughout my career and I still feel like part of the team.
Care Facilitator (Former Employee) – Behavioral Health Department Willimantic – August 29, 2015
I'm a former employee. I was unfairly targeted by managment. The atmosphere is stressful for the reason that managment continues to look for errors. You cannot mention God's name or you get fired for using innapropriate language. They do not offer breaks. There is no room for you to voice your concerns to managment. It will be taken as negative feedback which would have to be stopped immediately. You cannot say anything to your coworkers unless it is strictly job related. Example you cannot say so how was your weekend. That might start a conversation. Which is not allowed. Pay is very low for market. Benefits are outrageous. I left happily as I told them they were not a quality company to work for.
Medical Assisting Externship (Former Employee) – Danielson, CT – November 27, 2016
I completed my school externship through Generations. The site I was at was very efficient and most of the staff were kind and patient with me. They answered my many questions. As far as work environment there was a lot of tension between staff. I often overheard many negative statements about others such as complaining about job duties and personal issues. It made me uncomfortable. I did learn a lot and really enjoyed the patient population.
Health Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Norwich, CT – July 15, 2013
This company has offerred me may areas for advancement and allowed me to further my career in the best way that interests me. I have learned that everyday is not always an easy day at work, but in return allows one to grow and learn from their experiences. Working with others is something I value most and the relationships you mature with. The hardest part of my typical day is dealing with an undeserving population that makes you wish there was always something more you could do. At the end of day I feel accomplished with those I am able to help and the difference I make in their lives.
Medical assistant (Former Employee) – Willimantic ct – March 24, 2013
Definite seperation with management and staff, huge desparities in pay from management to staff. Benefits are not good, pay is about 30% under market value. Tuition reimbursment is enough to buy one book a year. Organization just adds to the work load and expects you to keep up, doing the work of two people. Don't waste your time. Former employee.
service to people who really are in need.
agency executives skimming the fat off the poor at the expense of the employee and the patients.
I worked as a patient rep in the Norwich location. The manager is rude, desrespectful to the staff and there is favoritism beyond belief. During my 90 days there...was let go right before my probation period because I wasn't a good fit, I heard nothing but complaining from the medical assistants and the patients. I completed my tasks as assigned, however the lead office person for some unknown reason, didn't like me from day 1. Everyone bad mouths everyone. I was going to quit anyways, but I'm glad I got out of there. Total nightmare. Trust me. Do yourself a favor and find a place of employment that respects you and the work you do. Run from this place!
The manager, the head of the front office, lack of training, lack of respect
behavioral health (Former Employee) – Willimantic, CT – January 25, 2013
This is a good company to work for if you are seeking a job. They do service the people who truly need the programs. There is an atmosphere of separation of powers ie management vs employees. However, if you are seeking to work where the values stated in the mission statement and the actual practices you may find some contradictions.
flexibility, many paid holidays
no room for moving up, management cliques, hr leaves room for improvement
Great people to work with. Patients are pleasant and appreciative.
Medical Assistant; Medical Interpreter (Current Employee) – Willimantic, CT – July 20, 2015
At Generations I have the privilege of working with underserved patients and making a difference in their lives. From a personal growth standpoint, Generations encourages continuing education, participation in community events and gives thoughtful consideration to my well-being.
family practice clinic for patients that couldn't afford healthcare
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Willimantic, CT – October 9, 2012
I would check in patients If they were walk in I would check doctors schedules and fit them in depending on the severity of them. chest pain, trouble breathing, asthma, ( put them right up) runny nose, cut on finger, caugh, find something that day or first thing the next morning. I would do all intake information. check insurance if they had it. always asked for picture ID was well versed in Hipa the hardest part of the job for me was to pick up a second language real fast. Most of the patients were of hispanic origin. and I had to know the basics of their first and last name, date of birth etc.
Front Desk Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Willimantic, CT – November 25, 2014
I learned to operate medical record system, multitask answering phone calls, giving appointments , vitals with patients. I love to be around people all sorts of ages and backgrounds. I keep myself calm and steady and very focused at work, I like to keep a clean environment with my co-workers yet professional. I'am always willing to learn and experience new tasks.