Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – January 5, 2016
Luke was a great company to work for and the management was easy to work with. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was left to work without being micro-managed. The hardest part of the job was when my contract was not renewed.
Luke always worked with me and my personal life. I started off as a receptionist and moved up to Executive Assistant and Recruiter. They trained me in all departments so I could go anywhere in the workplace and assist others when needed.
Luke was a great company to work for. And it was a pleasure to provide care to active duty, retired and civilian personnel.
Lead Paramedic (Former Employee) – Merrit Island, Fl – June 14, 2012
Luke was an excellent company to work for. The compensations were more than adequate and it was very responsive to employee needs. A typical day at work involved emergency responses, non -emergency and emergent transports of patients in addition to providing clinical support in an emergency room. My background is providing quick and accurate assessments of patients and then providing transports to emergency rooms. Working in an emergency room offered the opportunity for providing extended cared to patients using nursing principles. Management was provided by the Air Force so they are a bit more structured then whats found in the civilian community. The job wasn't really hard but I would say that the 12 hour shifts were long. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping people.
decent pay and great staff.
evaluations were difficult and supervision by significantly less qualified folks wasn't easy.
Medical Technologist (Former Employee) – Merritt Island, FL – August 15, 2015
I enjoyed going to work every day. I loved the job and the people that I worked with. I got to work with the military and was educated on military life. I helped them prepare for deployment and assisted them when they returned, Very meaningful job.
Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Travis AFB, CA – September 17, 2013
I really enjoyed working for the military as a civilian contractor. Everything was OJT which made it EXTREMELY EXCITING. As a civilian i was able to work in the ER which i LOVED the fast pace and the " NOT KNOWING" factor that comes along with the territory of the hospitals ER. I personally feel the hardest part of the job was learning how to get over my fear of doing invasive procedures on persons. My superiors where wonderful teachers as well as role models. Being a civilian working for military personal was different and amazing all in one.
free and exciting training
cant really find any cons with this job id love to go back