administration (Former Employee), New Hyde Park, NY, – March 23, 2014
Pros: health insurance
Cons: hard work, you get verbal and written warnings all time for stupid reasons.
You work all day without a break, you are flexible with your hours incase they want you to stay late or work on sat., no appreciation for that. For managers: you need to allow staff to interact with patients, sometimes they just want someone to talk to. They want to share their personal life events with us. Don't pull me over to the side and tell me – more... not to talk. They are human beings for god's sake. Managers have no skills and are trained to be mean. Employees have no manners, and rude. The company hires young, low rate candidates and that is the worst part of working there. High expectation, no compensation for your hard work. The most enjoyable part is " NOT TO BE PART OF THIS COMPANY AND NOT TO WORK THERE". By letting me go for stupid reasons, it was the best thing happened to me. My value and sanity is far more important than working there. – less
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee), Waukesha, WI – December 22, 2013
ProHealth Care Behavorial Medicine Center is a great place to work. My day usually starts with checking voice mail messages for patients calling to schedule appointments, appointment cancellation requests , prescription refill requests,and new patients registration. You are constantly interacting with patients whether by phone or face-to-face. The perks – more... would have to be your coworkers. I love the group of ladies I work with. They all work as a team. We all pitch in to help with: registering new patients, processing insurance for verification and making the patients feel comfortable about the care they are receiving. – less
Very hands on with patients, employees and paperwork.
Office Clerk (Current Employee), New Hyde Park, NY – September 2, 2013
My typical day at works consist of dealing with patients and employees. The office must work together so we can be capable of providing the best service. We are the last office in ProHealth that deals with patients charts with their information in it so situations could get hectic if we cant find a chart or paper work is missing from that chart. By – more... working at prohealth I have learned to multitask very well. I've also learned how to work with others in a working environment. – less
Recruitment Specialist (Current Employee), Waukesha, WI – August 25, 2013
Pros: benefits and paid time off
Cons: little work-life balance
If you do well, as opportunities for advancement are available the culture is to try and promote from within when possible. Friendly enough environment but a high volume of work is placed on you if salaried with little work-life balance the majority of the time. Depending on manager, little individual praise given for a job well done. Great insurance – more... benefits and paid time off, average with pay. – less
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Delafield, WI – August 21, 2013
They were great they taught me everything I needed. I would be there now but they didn't have any positions open. I loved working there and I love my job! The co-workers gave me all the education I needed to be successful in this field. The hardest part of the job was learning the computer but they have continued education for that, the most enjoyable – more... part of the job is doing something I love and working with the patients. – less
Management is so poor and unprofessional. No one is compensated for there work but the management who is absent , unprofessional and irresponsible. When you go for your interview you will be told theres plenty of room for growth but how could you if there's never mention of other positions or advancement. Only reason to work for ProHEALTH is to get – more... the experience and move on to a hospital. ProHEALTH is everything that's wrong with the medical field it's unprofessional and an assembly line of drs who don't care. – less