Respite Care Associate (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 21, 2017
-Pick up my respite take him out to eat and treat him like a friend - Patients is a virtue -Management is great - Nothing Hard about the job - Most enjoyable part is making your schedule and enjoying time spent with your respite.
Very professional, team oriented, great place to work.
tech/Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – New Jersey – September 20, 2016
I have worked here for 9years. The most amazing years of my life. Everyday learning something new, building a family oriented relationship with my coworkers and managers. I earned and learned discipline and integrity that I will carry for my future endeavors.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Portland, ME – September 14, 2016
I begin most of my days with a smile and never stop doing what i'm suppose to do because someone doesn't give me credit, with my co-workers if you're not willing to work hard to learn what you don't know, let someone else do it.The hardest part is not having enough time to finish what you started.I'm very lucky to have a career that is an expression of my soul.
Home Health Nurse (Former Employee) – Danbury, CT – February 1, 2017
Management was horrible, constantly changing. They eventually closed down the branch I was working in, laid everyone off. Paper charting was method of documentation. Poor orientation. Large territory to cover.
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) (Current Employee) – olympia fields, illinois – August 23, 2016
greet patients, obtain vital signs, review.result lab reports,obtain referrals/prior authorizations, triage pt's via phone. very much respect my manager- recognizes hard work, loyalty and though she is not in position to compensate financially, she compensates with my schedule. Co-workers are great- we all have high energy, decent work ethic, and respect each other responsibilities, knowledge, and personal space . There is nothing hard about my job, maybe, not enough hours in a day. The relationshiPS, warmth I receive from Pt's , and my Dr's makes ALL WORTHWHILE.
flexibility, though i do not nor ever have abused this
would like positive evaluations to warrant more pay
Benefit Advocate (Former Employee) – 633 W. Wi Ave., Milwaukee, WI – June 7, 2016
This is one of the worse places to work in the city. They have very poor management and training. Their company policies and procedures are outdated and inconsistantly translated and implemented. There is no support for employees. You are constantly called upon to work overtime because they are always short staffed. They provide poor service to customers by incouraging lying with a lot of sweet talk, more important than actual issue resolution. Breaks/lunch away from desk rarely happen. They fire people routinely for various personality conflicts, usually hasty decisions, not based on measured work performance?! No loyalty or appreciation is shown towards persons who go above and beyond. Very low moral and negative work environment.
Champagne at staff meetings
Very poorly managed, High deductible health insurance
Elder Assistant (STNA) (Current Employee) – New Albany, OH – October 3, 2016
great place to work but management sucks and very high turnover rate. Elders are the best, and the work is very rewarding. Coworkers are amazing, but management is not helpful. Work balance is off, too much responsibility at night shift with 1 elder assistant dividing time.
i was only working for them a short period of time. but while i was there it was very clean and professional place. hate i moved to houston away from them i would go back at anytime. and i thank them for my opportunity.
Branch Supervisor (Current Employee) – Rocky Hill, CT – December 28, 2016
My co-workers are wonderful- we have a great team. The nurses are great and go above and beyond the call of duty. Home care is wonderful, really make a difference in a patient's life. I love educating my team, molding them into great nurses.
CVS Caremark - Adopt A Member Coordinator (Former Employee) – KC, MO – November 4, 2016
answering phones taking orders answering basic questions for members working varied shifts working most holidays and lots of OT at peak season most enjoyable part- knowing you are helping your members to stay healthy and having quality of life
House Counselor- Senior Assisted Living (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – October 17, 2016
I enjoy taking care of my clients. Things are pretty much the same routine, unless the individual becomes sick or looses his/her appetite. The hardest part of the job is when a client passes away after you have build a relatioship with them.