Great place to work but the people make it bad. The females act high and mighty....the pharmacist are young and immature. They have the mentality you do as I say not as I do. Meaning they can get the company phone and pay personal bills and play games on the computer but u cant. Worst place ever.
Clinical Medication Coordinator (Current Employee) – Vincennes, IN – November 4, 2014
-enroll new patients/ fill and dispense and deliver medication to patients with a behavioral disorder. -customer service skills, teamwork, and making myself personable and marketable. - This company has a fantastic management team! The work well and communicate effectively. -I enjoyed my co-workers, and also enjoyed the co-workers from the company we are partnered with ( Samaritan center). -I would say the hardest part of this job for me has been to attain my personal monthly goals. I hate to fail and i enjoy challenging myself. -I get to help others, that is the greatest part of my job. I actually feel like i make a difference in each and everyone of my patients lives.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Gary, IN – September 26, 2014
Work starts at 8:30 and goes till 5 pm Monday through Friday. We fill medications and weekly packets for patients in group homes. We are in a mental health facility and see to it that these clients receive any, or new or updated medication. My co-workers include my pharmacist. We get a long great and understand each other. The hardest part of my job is finding something to do on our down time or when there is a lull in the day. Most enjoyable part of the job would be knowing what a difference we make to these mentally ill patients.
QoL is a great company to work for with great hours, compensation, benefits, and a friendly work atmosphere. A typical day on the job would be at your desk answering the phone and calling patients, giving low income behavioral health patients assistance with their medications, typing reports and spreadsheets to send to management, keeping logs and refills request up to date. I love what I do!!
This behavioral medication pharmacy is quick paced and always very interesting with it's wide variety of patients being treated there. I always learn interesting tidbit while I am there since it is specialized mental health facility. I work there on a prn basis & thoroughly enjoy it.
Good company to work with but they can be biased at times very laid back atomosphere and management likes to do surprised visits. A typical work day includes filing answering phones and talking to patients and nurses. The hardest part of the job is learning how it suppose to function
Clinical Coordinator (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 15, 2013
Opened office, revew medications that were beend delivered for the day, order refills, assst clients. I learned patience adn de=don't give up when you re declined on prior authorizations. My co-workers were excellent. Hardest part was difficult homeles patients. Most enjoyable part was having my own office