Family Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – August 13, 2015
Started early in am, traveled to facilities in Green Valley, AZ and in Tucson, AZ in same day. Doctor's visits override NP visit, decreasing your income with only a few MDs trying to share. Patient caseload decreased steadily which reduced NP bonuses and made the base pay lower than RN pay. Worked 12 days in a row every month including 2 weekly overnights and entire weekend Sat-Mon am oncall.
Hospitalist Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 26, 2015
I was the NP who rounded on patients and felt many were complicated due to their illnesses. I probably saw 10 patients a day , the management was very supportive , co-workers were physicians who were supportive, hardest part was getting all the information on a patient. Most enjoyable was lower stress level
Hospitalist (Former Employee) – Eastern US – October 16, 2014
They pay very well but you sacrifice time with you family due to demands of patient encounters. I often saw twice as many patients in the hospital versus the industry-standard. I feel the company was more about money and not so much about patients. But again they reimburse you very well, it just depends on what you want money or time.
Registration Representative (Former Employee) – North Hollywood, CA – August 8, 2013
Responsible for quickly entering patient demographic information into Excel spreadsheet. Request, retrieve, and distributes medical records. Perform follow ups with facilities to ensure timely retrieval of Facesheets. Sorts and distributes to appropriate person. Was a rewarding position. Management was awesome, Coworkers were friendly. I learned something new about the company everyday expansion opportunity. I didn't have a hard time within this job was a great opportunity for career development.