Traveling M.A. & Health Risk Specialist (Current Employee) – United States – November 14, 2016
I enjoy the travel and variety of duties, but I would like to continue my education, so I need a structured job close to home now. I live in North Kansas City and will start my continued education thru Metropolitan Community College in the Spring.
Nurse Practitioner / Montgomery Cnty. Gov. Centr (Former Employee) – Christiansburg, VA – September 5, 2016
No support from corporate office or team. left to fend for yourself. No raises in 7 years. The only visits were for negative reasons not positive. Could care less about patient care: just more patients.
Senior Lead (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 31, 2016
Healthstat was a good place to work, especially if your able to travel across the country and be gone from two days to sometimes two weeks. It has room for advancement into other departments and it does have good benefits. The biggest Downfall at this place would have to be favoritism and unfortunately the easiness for the upper management to fall prey to drama brought on from the contracted employees.
A typical day would consist of going to the client's place of business an setting up for a health screening. This could be for one day or two weeks; also this could take place at one location or a different one everyday. This task was easy when you had great hardworking coworkers, which was most of the time. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to travel and see places that I've never seen. Hardest part was at the same time, being away from the family. The Management above me were usually supportive, but would get sucked into the drama that might unfold while on the road. I learned how to fine tune my management and customer relations skills. I was Lead and had to take care of everyone on my team and make all the contacts with the client.
Nurse Practitioner (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 8, 2016
I have worked for healthstat for a year now, and I must admit that I am as happy with this company as the day I accepted the job offer! Management is responsive, my coworkers have an awesome work ethic and are very reliable.
MOA (Current Employee) – Lakeland, FL – March 17, 2016
Management can do better at picking new employees and paying accordingly. They seem to overlook old staff and worry about satisfying new employees. If you want to keep your staff happy, you need to start giving the right compensation old staff needs. Otherwise you will have new employees in and out too often.
Health and Wellness Medical Office (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – November 11, 2015
I have been at this company for a few months now and have seen someone leave or get fired every week - Horrible management leads to a atmosphere where it is not possible to be guided to hit sales quotas - If you are not buddy buddy with upper management then you will never be promoted...even if your sales are better then your competition
Annyomous (Former Employee) – Charlotte NC – January 27, 2015
No communication at all in the company. Very Unprofessional at the way they handle day to day bases. Company is based on how you get hired on who you know in the company. Some upper management and some human resource personnel love DRAMA and love to be in it. They don't want what is best for their employees they care about the client.
A wellness center that allowed patient's to afford to go the a healthcare provider
Medical Office Assistant-Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – October 31, 2014
Healthstat provided an environment were employees can come in while still working and have the opportunity to be seen for their medical issues without messing days from work. The clinic dispensary allowed patient who did not take their medication due to cost finally have the chance to receive therapeutic care.