CMA/ Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – January 26, 2016
Great place to work, great staff, very professional organization, compensation is great to for a part time, co-workers vary, but overall they are very professional...most enjoyable part of the job is working with the soldiers that protect and serve for this great country we live in.
Medical Administrative Assistance/ Lab Tech (Current Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – January 18, 2016
I enjoy working with the Soldiers and making a different in their life.I over seen 170 Soldier through the day taking vital sign, height and weight. As a group we worked together giving venipuncture blood drawing and fingerstick with CardioChek / Cholestech
I learn how to get better fingerstick and venipuncture with smaller vein. The hardest part of this job, you not able to find breaks in between
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Bourne, MA – August 12, 2015
I fully enjoyed this job. The management were informative and helpful. Every time I was called to work with this company, new people would be there I leaned how to work as a team with new people with confidence.
Medical Technician (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – July 11, 2015
Though this is a company that allows a flexible work schedule, the events are few and far between. The pay is decent but taxes are not with held and it is wise for anyone contractor working for the company to keep that in mind for the tax season. The average time to receive pay from an event is about a month.
I worked for Onsite Health as a temporary contractor for a Health Event at an Army National Guard Armory.
My job, as a Dental Assistant, was to take dental bitewing x-rays, exam charting and filing service members digital x-rays.
Pros to working with this company:
Great way to get some experience. Fast-pased environment. Working with Military service members. Great rate of pay.
Cons to working with this company:
Only one 20 minute break per day for two 11 hour days. Receiving your pay takes 30 days for direct deposit, or much longer for a paycheck mailed. Getting a hold of management or accounting has been a nightmare to found out what is going on with my paycheck. I worked an event with them in mid-December, still not paid as of mid-March.
pay rate is very good. fast-pased.
time it takes to get paid. short break. can not get a hold of anyone.
Independent Consultant Med Tech (Current Employee) – Benicia, CA – December 2, 2014
this job is for someone in high school or just getting out of high school. you can be there 16 years and never move up the management is poor changes to much. there was no hard the enjoyable doing different things
Medical Technician/ Per Diem Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Mass – September 23, 2014
Me and my co-workers prep the United State Soldiers for deployment. We do their vitals, EKG's, dental, vision, hearing and Phlebotomy. My boss and my co-workers are amazing to work with. The best part of the day is knowing that you have helped and have made someones day better and knowing that you have taking care of the troops that serve our country is the most wonderful feeling.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – April 30, 2014
Overall great company to work for. Interacting with military personnel as they return or get ready for deployment. The hardest part of the job is the traveling because it is uncompensated. Other than that there are no complaints.
physical tech (Former Employee) – bay city – April 20, 2014
Comprehensive knowledge of Health & Wellness Screener -- Perform finger sticks using Cholestech LDX machines to calculate total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides and glucose -- Determine blood pressure measurement using both manual and automatic cuffs -- Calculate body composition, including: height, weight, waist circumference, BMI and percent body fat using the Omron Body fat Analyzer Bone Density Health Coaching experience with health screenings Reliable form of transportation
Excellent opportunity to perfect and refine your skills
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – February 27, 2014
This job has given me the opportunity to use all of the skills I gained in school. My job duties include performing health screenings for members of the Oregon National Guard. Vitals, EKGs, vision screening, immunization injections and blood draws. The management is very good at making sure that all information regarding the events is communicated and have a vested interest in making sure that all employees get to work each station and learn as much as possible. The most enjoyable part of the job is the fast pace and getting to help the men and women that serve our country.
experience, travel and learning
it is not full time therefore benefits are not offered.