Really good money, but it is on contract so you never know when you will work. You do basic venipuncture, vital signs, registration, and organization of specimens. They pay for your milage from your house to work.
This is a great fill in job if you like to travel. It is strctly PRN work. You never know wherer your going to be or who you will be working with. All management that I have conyact with are wonderful as well as co workers I have meet.
Staffing Lead Specialist/National Recruiter (Current Employee) – Coppell, TX – January 24, 2016
At times it could be stressful having to locate qualified staff in certain areas. Remote areas. All co-workers are a pleasure to work with. Just no room for advancement.
Also would like to have a career to have mental rest when I am home with the kids. I am constantly thinking of ways to improve and always feel pressure and afraid if staff will all show. Mind bothered and stressful at times. Hard to separate work and home.
No recognition when we excel.. That would be nice at times. Just a little Encouragement.. I will work hard with it or without it. Because of my love for others and the company. Love and respect of upper management. For people in general. I will be sure to do my job and more if possible will guidance from my Lord and Savior Jesus.
Health Screening Technician/Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – November 11, 2014
I love working with this company. We have a great working relationship and everyone is fun to work with and serious about the mission. It is part time, contract work. I always look forward to seeing everyone, again, when I am summoned to work. Management is efficient, helpful and considerate. A great group of competent professional people at this company.
Very fast paced and hands on. Souring for new techs to work our health screenings is very hard and I think it could be better with an ATS systems. I have learned so much since I've been in this position, how to interview individuals correctly, resume reviewing skills, sourcing via web for techs, keeping the seasoned techs scheduled for screenings. Coming up with new ways to reach out to new techs. As far as management is concerned, I feel like that is my biggest reason for being on a job hunt again. Management is not good at all. My Co-workers are the greatest. The hardest part is when I have to staff screenings that need over 10 people. Then most I've ever had to staff on one screening was 40 techs. The most enjoyable part is being able to locate jobs for individuals that really need work.
Helping other, Co-Worker, Company lunches, benefits
Long hours, manager, no raises, lacks tools needed to make sourcing more proficient, denies PTO
At Onsite I worked as a contractor RN performing health screenings which included height, weight, BMI, cholesterol, glucose, and blood pressure. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people and being able to help them identify potential risks to their health. I enjoyed counseling patients on their test results, and offering ways they can improve their health through exercise, diet, and medical management. The co-workers were contractor RNs, LPNs, and Phlebotomists from various parts of the country. The hardest part of the job was that it was very fast paced and the amount of time spent with each patient was limited.
Limited work, lots of driving to remote areas, and delays in compensation
MEDICAL ASSISTANT EXTERNSHIP F/T (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – June 20, 2014
Perform Biometric health screenings to by use of finger sticks(capillary punctures) and venipuncture collections to check lipid profiles and glucose using choles-tech unit. Use calculators, and charts to determine BMI and hand held devices to determine BMI and body fat % after collecting height and weight. Counseling on how to improve or maintain their levels of health data