Physical Therapist (Former Employee) – Marco Island, FL – March 17, 2017
Management is more interested in getting patient's scheduled for therapy then quality of care. Patients frequently see multiple therapists over the course of their care. The background music is often blaring loud. The core staff are not the warm welcoming friendly type and are a cliche. You need thick skin to work here. Has potential to be a good place to work with a couple of staffing changes...
Excellent oppurtunity to have been employed at NCH
Medical Biller (Former Employee) – Anchor Road Naples Fl – February 26, 2015
We were an office of 35 to 40 employees, with each of us a different post. The employment was an excellent place to hold a Billing position, determination to move a claim along and be paid correctly. The contact with communication of phone, email, letter was always handled with an affirmative voice, direct and concerning. In regards to working with a large group of peoples we were always aware to help each other out to adjust any insurance or contacts to solve any issue or concern. Communication with all patients was always held with respect.
Everone there is a person
in the healthcare buisness, of course not enough time for breaks
Current employee (Current Employee) – Naples, fl – October 1, 2014
It's a good place to work. People co-workers are good management not so much. Too much drama with managers and coworkers. Doctors are just in it for the $$$ not so much for patient care (sad but true). Over all it's just a job that gets your bills paid.
Radiology (Current Employee) – Radiology – May 18, 2014
Poor management, that doesn't care about employees. Complains about production but cuts back staff to bare necessities. Forces call and overtime on staff. Employees are always in the wrong, no matter what! No room to advance in career. Just an overall bad work environment
My fellow co-workers were fun but management of my department was bad and management of the whole hospital was very bad. They didn't recognize ANY department besides nursing. When there was a threat by nursing to join a union, which NCH squashed, the nurses were great. Once the union talk was over, then senior management was back treating everybody as expendable.