Office Administrator (Current Employee) – California – February 28, 2017
Definitely fast paced job, always have something to do and team work is definetly a must! Time goes by super quick and lots of pressure is acquired within a single day although other days can run smoothly.
Office Administrator/ hospital billing (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 20, 2017
it was great working there I learned a lot. I Work front office doing Insurance verification, authorizations for DME for all physician at multiple locations. Patient intake, Payment posting, charge entry, Knowledge in ICD10 coding Check patients in/out, Scheduling, Medical records, End of Day balancing did billing. I enjoy everything I learned at hanger I love learning new stuff I also did hospital billing spoke with west valley hospitals all day sending our clinicians out to the Hospitals/Care Centers/jails to deliver DME item's for patients.
rewarding work, part of something that makes a difference
Multiple Site Clinic Manager (Current Employee) – New Jersey – February 2, 2017
We do amazing things for people by improving the quality of their lives. It is a privilege to be a part of that. As manager, you have a great deal of independence and autonomy to manager your practice while working within the parameters of company guidelines and goals.
Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 2, 2017
In my opinion, the company as a whole isn't too bad. I believe that management could be better and more trained. I feel that if an employee wanted to return to school in a field such as this, they should offer tuition reimbursement.
Would be a good place to work if not for poor management
Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 25, 2017
Love helping others with their needs and helping them get there life back, but super poor management and unfairness, family run company made it hard for you to get anywhere with this company and the people they put in charge or management it's like wow! Where do they come from no lack of common sense...would not recommend this place.
I have been with Hanger 13 years and I was able to grow with it. I was very inspired to work with Hanger Clinic because I enjoy helping people who are in need to ambulatory and live Thierry life to their fullest.
Difficult place to work and maintain personal boundaries and balance in a healthy way. Poor management and lack of training or guidance..
Office Administrator II (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – January 12, 2017
The requirement of front line staff is to wear too many hats within one day to do it successfully. Things slip through the cracks that way and patient care suffers. Training is lacking and hard to come by, even when requested. Some days choices were made that were ethically questionable. I would not recommend this as a company to work for if you care about what you do on a daily basis. It was a struggle to reach a balance between taking care of what needed be done each day and doing those things with care and attention to detail. This is not a place that I would work for again nor would I recommend it as a place for others to work. The pay were less than adequate compared to the region and the cost of living.
poor training, poor compensation and lack of communication
Specialist (Current Employee) – PA – December 6, 2016
Hanger Clinic is an awesome place to work. Management and co-workers care for each other. This is a huge part of why this place is great. Benefits and pay are good, also. I could not ask for a better group of people to surround myself with everyday.
Balance of work/life balance, great management that keeps you up to date on what is going on within the company, Benefits and pay
Some co-workers can be petty at times, but that happens.
Central Fabrication Manager/Senior CAD Technician (Former Employee) – Elmira, NY – September 27, 2016
Loved the job. No place to move up. Bosses had less experience and less education. Leadership lacks training. Upper management is disconnected from regional management and this shows. Rules are made up out of thin air by local management.
Orthotic Technician (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 31, 2016
This is a company that's been kicked off the New York Stock Exchange for unethical business practices.
This is a company that buys out smaller companies, then lays off or abuses their new employees until they are all gone within a year or two.
This is a company that lays off workers randomly and arbitrarily.
This is a company that has no guidelines restricting nepotism and cronyism.
This is a company that exclusively promotes people to high management positions from outside the company.
This is a company that will fire you for asking for ventilation while working with hazardous chemicals.
This is a company that offers a annual "bonus", but for most people it amounts to pocket change as middle managers and their relatives pocket it for themselves or purposefully overpay themselves to make sure there is no bonus.
it's a steady paycheck, nobody checks to see if you're working so you can take a day off to hide and play on your phone, most of your time will be spent counting inventory which is a job that a chimp could do
Toxic work environment, shareholders are suing, human resources is a joke, no stability, long term goals are fluffy clouds, massive nepotism problem