Medical assistant (Former Employee) – Fountain Valley, CA – August 19, 2014
Being a Medical assistant, I learn something new every day. I like to work as a team so we can all provide excellent patient care for our patients. there is bit of stress like anywhere else but at the end of the day I go home with peace of mind because I have done my very best to help our patients.
Teammate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 16, 2017
Learned about what I like and more often what I don't like. Teams in the clinic are amazing and finally just beginning to get the recognition they deserve. Thankful for my time and beyond thrilled to write the next chapter.
Awesome skills to take with you elsewhere.
My opinion is irrelevant on this one, you'll find your own.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – June 7, 2017
Basically worked for Healthcare partners for a year and out of that whole year I only worked a month. I was suppose to be part time/on call. never got a call I would call and they would say there is no work. They were lying though because I would see job adds that they were hiring..... the main office was in Rosemead. The staff there was rude and unfriendly
Transplant Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Torrance, CA – May 25, 2017
I am currently a coordinator making $16.50 an hour and I have been here for almost 5 years. There is no incentive to want to work here, There are all kind of "teammate tax" coming out of my check. This is a horrible company to work for.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – April 27, 2017
The management with this company needs some real work never followed up on anything and you never had help and all the staff where two faced they just sat around talking about people. This place does not stand by Their employees. The best part of working here was with the patients and the the provider I was working with was great.
Not just a job and a team, but a Career and Village/Annual Wellness Visit Coordinator
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Pasadena, CA – April 25, 2017
Working for Davita*/ HealthCare Partners, I have grown so much. This company embraces to think out of the box and really encourages us to interact with one another. I work with patients by scheduling and prepping their future Annual wellness visit by asking questions and creating a note. I also help by rooming patients and drawing labs and administering vaccines to patients needed. I have learned how to identify HMO medical insurance plans, as well as learning new processes. I love my upper management, if I hadn't moved away from the area I would definitely stay for a longer time with our office. I love patient care and genuinely enjoy being around people.
Awesome Supervisors and great work environment
I wish that everyone I worked with had a better work ethic and better attitude.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Pahrump, NV – April 25, 2017
I loved being the smiling face our patients seen when they first walked thru our doors. My patients got to know me, and love me. The hardest part of the job was the constant changes that were taking place. I wouldn't trade it for anything though, i definetly miss working there.
Getting to know my patients, amazing group of people to work with
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Huntington Beach, CA – April 17, 2017
Managament is horrible. I was having an issue with a coworker and decided to bring it up to my immediate supervisor. Instead of dealing dealing with it i was outted as a snitch and nothing was done. This obviously escalated the situation to the point that i could not take it. when i requested a transfer to another HP i was denied. the office is completely understaffed and everyone is over worked. Nepotism here knows no boundary.
Telephonic triage nurse (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – March 19, 2017
As a telehealth RN, I assessed many different types of symptoms utilizing established and approved protocol guidelines. I learned a lot about different illnesses ranging from simple colds to bells palsy and myocardial infarctions. The culture was friendly. The hardest part was sometimes the overwhelming number of calls or high call volume.