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that the people were very friendly
Medical Records Technician (Former Employee), Sunnyvale, CAMarch 18, 2014
Pros: that i was there for 19 years
Cons: nothing
very busy you never get time to relax. I have learned how to use excel with spreadsheets. The management is ok but they seem like the don't want to deal with some of the problems with certain people. I get a long with most of them but it seems like there were problems with one of them in the department. The hardest part of the job is that they wanted – more... me to get the jobs done with the staff when there is so much work. The most enjoyable part of the job is that I learned something new with the job. – less
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Serving patients and their families for 35 years
Account Manager (Current Employee), Oakland, CASeptember 6, 2012
Pros: friendly working environment and my immediate manager is amazing
Cons: the intake process and lack of staff make admitting a patient difficult.
The company has been a staple in Hospice care in the Bay Area since 1977 and was established by Stanford physicians in the 70's. In the mid 80's, they partnered with Sequoia Hospital and El Camino Hospital to serve patients in the San Francisco Peninsula. A typical day consists of calling on accounts like Physicians, Hospital Discharge Planners, Nursing – more... Homes, RCFE's, and networking with other companies that service the senior community. Majority of the upper management staff have been with the company on average of 10 years, which is proof that although the company deals with patients who have 6 months or less to live, the working environment is amazing. The hardest part of the job is is also the most rewarding which is supporting a family who is grieving and stressed. – less