administrators place more value on profits vs pt. and employee care
MRI Technologist (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – January 26, 2013
Inova Fairfax Hospital continues to hinder all areas of care hospital-wide from technologists to nursing staff. Very few to no aides/ working long shifts with only 1 employee in department causing safety issues as well as employee safety issues on a constant basis. Work load increases while staffing continues to decrease based on workload ratios determined by administration who are clue-less as to what the needs are of the workers.
fairly high wages
skeleton staffing/ extremely complex patients to deal with; little assistance
Relaxed work envirnonment you have an oppurtunity ti learn a lot.
Technologist Externship, Fullerton MRI (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 28, 2017
Working in a clinic like this is a lot slower than working in a hospital. The upside of that is you have a lot time to learn. You can ask the technologist question and get practice doing different protocols with your classmates.
This company is very busy. The Technologist must be able to multi task work with speed and accuracy.The leadership is great.My supervisor is very smart and knows her stuff with teaching and training. I work at multiple locations and different shifts. i enjoy being busy. Time goes by fast.
The company had a great team and productive atmosphere.
Helper/Laborer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 19, 2016
A typical day at work consisted of building metal roofs, gutters, the use of forklifts. I learned how to manufacture metal and bend it into angles. The atmosphere was great. I got along with my co-workers and managers. I found the job enjoyable and easy to understand.
Hourly position with unlimited unpaid vacation time
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Manhattan Beach, CA – November 28, 2016
My hours were 9:00 AM - 2:00-3:00 PM with no breaks. I enjoyed having the afternoons off to take care of my home and husband. It was fulfilling to find the right candidate for positions that our client desired. I took care of the office and had great co-workers. The owner moved out of state and closed the office which was unexpected and unfortunate for us all.
Sales/Recruiting Intern (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – July 18, 2016
I enjoyed my time as an intern at MRI. It is a very fast paced business environment that rewards hard work. Management at my office rewarded individuals for their hard work and also incentivized the entire office to push towards a group goal for free lunch or being able to wear jeans to the office. This job is a lot lot lot of putting your head down and grinding. So much cold calling. It is not for everyone, but rewards those who are good at finding the right people for the right positions. You must be completely extroverted to find sanity in this job or at least know how to fake it.
Potential to make a lot, good management and culture in my office
Tedious and draining work for those who can't talk for 8 hours a day
Good place to work, not so stressful environment. I learned about MR Imaging details, how to enhance images of the desired region of interest. The management is good and handles employees well. My co-worker is easy to deal with and can cope to any kind of stress on patients. Hardest part of my job is just to sit there and do nothing. Most enjoyable part of my job is to assess and get to know the patients background so that I can manage to set a connection with them and do the procedure with ease.
Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Crittenden, KY 41030 – May 17, 2016
On a typical day we seen 20 patients. I would check them in by checking their information and or taking co-pays. I will print all the paperwork for the next 2 days. I also use multiple programs at one time to connect images with reports.
Correctional Officer (Current Employee) – La Grange, KY – May 17, 2016
It's a great place to start your career in corrections. The training is good and the people are friendly. You will spend the first month learning about CPR/CPI, blood born pathogens, and ways to keep patients and yourself safe.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Woodstock, GA – February 28, 2016
Not a lot of interaction from people in office Compensation is low not a lot of support from management President makes all the money. You must work full cycle desk. Number of calls are monitored daily. Expected to make 60-80 calls a day. No social interaction from anyone in office. Go in. Do your work and leave.
I enjoyed working at HealthSouth. For the first year, I input personal/medical and insurance information and insurance into the computer. The second year I was able to work in the back office with the MRI techs and screened the patients prior to their procedures. The General manager of the company was a delight to work for.