Very pleasant working environment, access to supervisors, independant decision making
MEDICAL COURIER (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – May 14, 2013
A typical day a work included driving long hours that I loved and interacting with other donor centers in other cities. I enjoyed my co-workers in every city. The hardest part was when I training someone to take over the job. I didnt live in that city. I enjoyed it, the drives, the people and the work. I also enjoyed meeting different people.
Lunch breaks when I wanted to take it, 30 minutes down time till next pick up each day
Courier (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – June 18, 2017
Typical day was being aware of traffic change in route to my scheduled destinations. That the people providing the services really care about what they are doing. Management facilitated any adjustments. The culture was teamwork and just do the job. The part of the job that was hard is. Learning the rules and law each facility implemented while performing the job. The most enjoyable part was getting the specimen to the destination. Sometimes the ones giving were unaware of medical conditions. I felt like I was giving back to those who gave in the armed forces.
Driver (Former Employee) – Champaign – August 7, 2014
You will run a route that will cost you more than what you will make. With gas costs, their fees and required equipment it's a waste of time. Management is from out of state so they don't know what's going on.
It's a job, sort of
Gas cost (you pay for it), company fees, you are on your own