Patient Support Representative (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – January 16, 2017
Great teamwork and I met some of the best people and friends in my life through my experience working there! I would be thrilled to have an opportunity to work with this company again if given the opportunity.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 5, 2017
Great place to work, flexible if continuing your education with employee recognitions almost twice a month. Great place to work, the Staff and Doctors teach you in surgical procedures, highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to work for this company
Free lunches for events, Great Staff and management
Network Operations Representative (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – December 27, 2016
The worst thing about job was the way the work was process and the access limitations because of the way things were done, time management was a big issue. So if you are interest in a position were you do not process any documents and basically answer phones and send internal emails to other departments to have work done than this is the ideal job.
N/A (Former Employee) – Garden City, NY – December 26, 2016
Nepotism, Low company morale, toxic culture, unprofessionalism, favoritism, incompetent upper management. Lack of communication. Lack of employee advocacy. No respect for professionals. Poor leadership. Employees are allowed to sabotage others in order to bring in their friends. Lack of support from upper management. Poor quality of care provided to members due to incompetency of upper leadership.
Nice building. Good IT team.
High employee turnover. Low PTO days. No job security.
Manager, Accounting (Current Employee) – El Segundo, CA – November 15, 2016
As HealthCare Partners assimilates its culture to fit with DaVita, significant culture changes are evident. Many functions have been transferred to other DaVita locations (principally WA and CO) with more to occur in 2017.
Doctors were very good to their patients and staff
Medical assistant (Former Employee) – Bloomingdale, FL – November 8, 2016
Worked at their bloomingdale, FL location for nearly a year, Doctors were terrific with patients and staff. Clinical manager terrific. Staff on the other hand were horrible, beginning with administrative manager and assistant manager, these two are related and set the office up for gossip and unprofessional behavior. The medical assistants all behaved like elementary age children and teamed up against new staff, They spoke badly about the patients and the staff and each other and made working at this facility very unpleasant. Loved my position and my work and the patient who were all so very nice, but could not bring my self to get up every morning to face another day working at that place. It really is a shame.
Benefits, schedule- no weekends or Holiday work. Full hour for lunch.
Unprofessional behavior, extreme gossip and Harassment by administrative directors and medical assistants.
RN Care Manager Region (Current Employee) – 2150 W 190th St. Torrance, Ca 90504 – November 7, 2016
A secure workplace that provides ongoing training for the various Health plans available. Allows me to interact/provide teaching to families in need of disease management training and explanations of their treatment plans. I enjoy working with a team of other Care Managers, which helps to enhance my opportunity for growth within the health care field.
Flexibility and autonomy in my department
Sitting behind a computer/telephone all day. No personal growth potential
Care Manager (Former Employee) – Redondo Beach, CA – October 17, 2016
HCP was my first job out of the hospital environment I worked for for 18 yrs. I chose case management due to the physical demands of the hospital work and my aging process. It was welcoming company from the get go, I felt comfortable and had all the resources to do my job. My manager and director were TOP NOTCH and I miss them very much in my current position.
Pros: good culture, teamwork, management very qualified and approachable, best demonstration of transformational leadership in the nursing care management department. Encouraged towards professional development, felt supported by my immediate supervisors, manager, and director. Fun work environment as well. BONUS: HCP located very close to home to allow me to work within my community to make a positive impact for my local population.
Cons: the pay was very low, considering my credentials, education, and board certification. Medical direction and senior managment very top heavy, don't require that many MD directors, or CEO's to run the medical operations well. Need more nurses and providers before hiring or advancing to administrative roles.
Patient Support Representative (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – September 21, 2016
for me, it was a very good location for not just getting familiar with a health care business, but also being on the level of learning with fellow employees exactly how to utilize our software and computers to not only make our duties easier to perform, and also more accurately. but the computers and software gave us a look at the possibility of making other documents for personal records, daily, and eliminate having to bring up records from other software just for finding out when a patent was discharged.
at the time, in my opinion, i found the right job i needed to be working, and learned from supervision and co-workers at well.