Patient Relations Coordinator, Legal Services (Current Employee) – Wyoming, MI – July 11, 2017
Ok place to work. Need overall improvement for employees and more opportunites for advancement. Not culturaly diverse in overall leadership.Need work in diversity and inclusion, should be a priority. Metro would benefit from a EEO to identify with some of the barriers to advancement based on biases and prejudices. The people of color are in entry level positions and most often remain in those positions.
Practice Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – May 19, 2017
Knowing that I am able to help our patients is very rewarding! Management is great, and the physicians I work for are very caring. I have been a patient here before I started to work here and I felt the care.
Love working with multi specialty providers, lovethe patients
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – March 26, 2017
Typical day at work, is pretty much busy, if you have time to stand around and talk then you aren't doing something that needs to be done. Learned so much from daily duties that class doesn't explain. It can be pretty tiring but the benefits of helping others makes it worth it. As Medical assistant you have a lot of duties and tasks not to demean nursing staff but they are not loaded down with half the duties as the MA's. If you don't like to work, or want to just sit and watch FB this is not the place for you
union benefits, decent raises, experience in a multitude of specialties or you can work in one field
not all offices give you a full hour for lunch, some you have to pay parking fees
It is a great place to work which wonderful relationships are made.
Food and Nutrition (Current Employee) – Wyoming, MI – March 7, 2017
I am actually a contracted employee thought another company, and that is the main "overall rating". While working here I have been blessed to meet some great people who make me smile every time I see them. It really makes you feel better to come into work each day. I have learned a great deal and I would like to build on that knowledge either here or someplace else.
Bigger Corporation that does Not care about there Employees
Cash Application Specialist (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – February 10, 2017
I worked in Cash for 4 years. Loved it at first, then realized just how much they do not care about there Employee's. All they care about is if they are making money! You will get drama/gossip anywhere you go, but this was the Worst! Very clicky as well. I could go on and on.....
Referral Office Liaison, Surgery Center (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – February 4, 2017
MetroHealth is great trauma hospital. The diversity in the workplace was a plus, but for hourly employees the swiping in and out can be cumbersome and being one minute late could cost you a point, which easily add up. There is no flex time, which is a bonus to many employees with families.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Wyoming, MI – February 1, 2017
It was an okay experience. I worked there for six years on the night shift and sometimes other shifts if I was called. My managers made the experience better. They appreciated us and treated their employees like human beings.
volunteer (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – January 18, 2017
I volunteered at Metro Hospital to gain experience in a field I was once interested in. I am no longer pursuing a career in physical therapy, but it was still a great experience. I was able to work with the patients hands on and all my mentors were very helpful and informative about my career path.
Super. of Mcd & Coll. Staff, Infor Syst Ah. (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – January 1, 2017
I enjoyed my work, but the culture was not always the best. My co-workers were great to work with, however we didn't have much contact with customers other than the physicians who contracted us to provided services to them. I enjoyed working with the employees of the contracted physicians to resolve systems issues.