Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Long Island, NY – January 17, 2018
Would not recommend this employer at all. I feel like I have wasted a lot of my talent and would have advanced more in a different company. They care nothing about their employees and continually give them unattainable goals. You are then harassed because you didn't do everything in one day that they wanted you to do. It is unfortunate that management doesn't know how to manage and treat people because in the long run, it's a horrible environment and no one does anything to advance this company in good faith. I have learned from this company how I don't want to treat patients or other employees. I have learned that you really have to have no ethics to work here and its difficult. Currently planning on leaving.
There are no pros.
Continual harrassment, make up their own rules and laws, lie, very unhappy work place
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Islip, NY – January 12, 2018
When I started with ProHealth it didn't seem so bad but as I got to know more about the company it all went downhill. You're only allowed a 1-3% raise per year. For the 2017 year they showed us how much they DO NOT CARE about their employees by giving us an all across the board "Bonus" to less than half of what we received the years prior. If you want to advance in your position I do not recommend working for this company. You are overworked for what you get paid the hour. The office I work for is great, along with all the staff but ProHealth itself as a company; not a fan of them.
short unpaid breaks, expensive healthcare insurance
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – December 6, 2017
Pro health would be an a great experience for an Radiographer new out of school. Great staff, great training, and overall great start to a competitive world. At Pro health there are multiple areas for training for both Radiographer and the patient care values.
Very unpleasant work environment. Immature management. Worried more about relationship with doctors than professional ethics.
Therapist (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – December 5, 2017
There are significant concerns about meeting patient needs. Head radiology tech very controlling and out of her scope of care. Uses gossip to control professionals. Witch hunt to get out professionals in spite of patient care. Poor results to provide practical care to patients due to poor management. If Christian --persecuted by drinkers and those doing REIKI which is witchcraft. Very clickish, gossip behind peoples backs and poor collaboration among specialities/professionals.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Hartland, WI – November 23, 2017
Busy day, some people doing a lot of work, some doing none.The work was not distributed evenly. Some were so busy trying to do their best. Others had so much time on their hands that they would talk to other employees instead of offering to help the busy ones.
Helping people and making them feel like they really count.
Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Massapequa, NY – November 11, 2017
I loved working for ProHealth as I had made great friends, enjoyed new and recurring patients. The doctors had very awesome bed side manners with the patients, the atmosphere was very friendly, however it could be challenging as it was also fast paced. I would have continued working there however i became the Stay At Home Dad for my daughter. I left on very good terms. If anybody was in the medical field or just became in the medical field I would highly recommend this company.
Clinical House Supervisor (Current Employee) – Waukesha, WI – November 2, 2017
ProHealth has been a great company to work for. They have provided me with many opportunities that many other companies would not have. The company maintains a community hospital feel while still providing its patients with the healthcare they need.
Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Baldwin, NY – October 16, 2017
Answering multi line phone, and setting all appointments for patients, verifying patients insurance information, setting up all referrals for patients, collecting all copay's an over due prior balances, via e scripting all medication for doctors, checking all labs, via quest or lab corp.
Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – October 10, 2017
Workload in my job was as expected when I started my most recent position, but soon became overwhelming. When I left, my role had completely changed, with most of my duties becoming database management. My position was ultimately eliminated without warning due to a department reorganization. Overall most employees are happy but very on-edge due to multiple reorganizations and cutbacks over the past 10 years.
Co-workers are generally positive, a very team-oriented mindset
Multiple reorganizations are deterring people from wanting to apply, or consider going back to ProHealth due to it's instability