Enjoyed working with staff/co-workers and helping patients.
LVN (Current Employee) – Compton, CA – February 7, 2014
A typical day was rooming patients and obtaining reason for doctor visit and documenting in patient records. I learned how to collect specimens for labs, preparing patients for surgical procedures, and submitting referrals for specialties. Management was not as consistent as I would like due having 3 in the 1 1/2 yr I was there, enjoyed working with my co-workers, we all were very helpful to one another and worked as a team, especially the times we were without management. The hardest part of the job was the not knowing if the company was going to be closing the doors and/or when they would be laying off employees.
Provided luncheons a few times a weeks
Staff had to stand for 8 hours during shift due to no provided work stations for Nurse or MA's.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – California – March 20, 2018
every day is about the numbers, more this and more that, with little to know concentration on quality. it's all about how much you can crank out. management is all about doing nothing and delegating out all their work. low compensation and don't even think about bonuses. the company keeps getting bought out and sold - that should tell you something already.
doesn't care about employees, no consideration, cut throat work conditions
Coding Specialist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 14, 2018
I love my direct supervisor and manager, however the upper management above these levels is very bad with communication. When there have been problems within the company, they always have Town Halls, however none of the questions are ever really answered. They provide round-about responses that don't answer the original questions - much like politicians. They did a big lay off a couple years ago, and the way the upper management handled it was just hurtful. Pay is not on par with other facilities in the market, especially coders, and they have non-competes with other companies in the market here in town so that makes it difficult to go somewhere with better opportunities.
Compensation, Upper Level Management, Communication