Wellness Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – November 3, 2015
Varies, 45 hours a week salaried variety of work and patient load Management mainly hands-off with some micro-managing going on behind the scenes Co-workers are mainly nice and supportive, family feeling work atmosphere
Medical Assistant Externship (Former Employee) – Milton, FL – October 13, 2015
The part about this job I loved was performing phlebotomy! Meet new patients Super coworkers I was able to put my skills and knowledge from medical assisting class to use. Hardest part of the job was when my externship hours were complete and my last day there
Meeting new patients and seeing recurring patients; great people to work with
Health Unit Clerk (Current Employee) – Waukesha, WI – September 17, 2015
I enjoy my duties very much, I admit patients of all ages for all assorted procedures that they need. I work well with all of my co-workers, we share our shifts and change as needed to be there for each other. I work well with other departments at Prohealth to assist with my duties for our patients.
Great position for helping customers & collecting money.
Billing Coordinator II (Former Employee) – Prattville, AL – September 9, 2015
Loved the job. Posted Payments, called and collected from Insurance Company's. Validated Sales orders. The Owner and Manager were spouses which made it a difficult work environment. Unprofessional cursing and very ugly to employees.
Loved Customer Service
Hated the hostile environment caused by husband & wife owners
File Clerk/Receptionist (Current Employee) – Lake Success, NY – July 23, 2015
a typical day varies day to day. medical is not my most common field of work so i have gained a lot of experience in a new environment . the co-workers are pleasent. the hardest part of the job is the amount of work one person gets
Not a Good Place to Work! Sorry ProHealth Care, but it's true!
IT Administration (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – July 17, 2015
I could write pages and pages about my time at Prohealth Care but will limit to what I feel most needs to be said. I agree with the other IT/IS reviews in that once managment changed things really started to go down hill. I believe that upper management is out of touch with what is really going on with their employee's starting at the lowest level. The environment at ProHealth is extremely negative and unfortunately that goes for the whole organization. I know this because I dealt with all departments within ProHealth. I disagree with the other review about employees not being praised for doing good things. I think it just came down to there being so much negative activity around the department that it overpowered a lot of the good things that were going on. From an IT perspective, ProHealth could be a great environment to learn a lot of different aspects of IT because they deal with so many different functions of IT but due to lack of policies, documentation, IT Standards you'll have limited professional growth and development. In terms of the most enjoyable part of the job I must say that the pay was good, but not worth it for the levels of stress you'll have!! And the people I worked with for the most part were great people to work with not just professionally but also on a personal level. I wish nothing but the best for ProHealth Care but in order for things to get better there needs to be major changes made from the top-down. Not from the bottom-up like they were doing when I was there. And finally, I believe it's your employee's, not your customers/patients that shouldmore... be your primary focus mainly because if you have a happy/productive workforce then in return you'll have more happy customers/patients! Sorry ProHealth but it's true!less
Too many to list, but a few are...management (which includes upper managment), no respect, work-life balance, high turnover rate, not family oriented, too much uneeded stress
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Lake Success, NY – July 12, 2015
A typical day at work includes patient care, entering medical records into the EMR, and scanning. I learned to better my time management skills. Management was satisfactory. The co-workers were welcoming and supportive. The hardest part of the job was uncooperative patients. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with the cooperative patients and the doctors.
Helped patients regain control of life after discharge from hospital
Medical Social Worker (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – April 10, 2015
* Worked with patients and their families in need of clinical help including assessment of psychosocial functioning of patients and families and constructed interventions as necessary * Interventions included connecting patients and families to necessary resources and supports in the community; providing psychotherapy, supportive counseling, or grief counseling; and helping patients to expand and strengthen their network of social supports
Clinical Exercise Physiologist & CVD Technician (Current Employee) – Waukesha, WI – March 21, 2015
My experience at ProHealth Care has been a positive one. I feel that there are many things that need to be changed but overall I very much agree with their philosophy that customer service is key in providing a great experience for patients. This also contributes to patients overall healing and health.