Former Employee (Former Employee) – Nursing – December 30, 2014
"Nurses eat their young and a good ole boy network"
Nurses are supposed to be supportive. The nurses at this company are juvenile and un-supportive. The leadership is poor considering its a place where you have to know people for a long time to excel. Since most of the leadership are friends with people on various units the opinions are bias and not professional.
Associate Cash Posting Representative (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – September 2, 2015
Faced paced environment with little to no time for training, I had to jump right into a new system. I learned about more insurances and codes that were added or deleted. I loved most about my work was reaching the monthly goals and being acknowledge for it. The most enjoyable part of my job was how all my colleagues pushed one another, if help was needed they were open to give advice in how to get around the system quickly also how to post without errors. The office began to grow and grow but multiply tasks were given to each and everyone so it was never a day with nothing to do.
Volunteer Representative (Former Employee) – New Albany, Indiana satellite office – January 2, 2014
I felt such a strong connection helping the cancer-striken children of this hospital. There were pictures of the children all over the walls to bring the reality of our goals. A day could be a hard one with the announcement of having lost one of the children to their battle against the disease, but would make me focus that much harder to help the others still depending on all of us working there.