Hostess/Server (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 21, 2017
My overall experience is about a 6 out of 10. The staff itself and job culture is great, my department however sucks. (pardon my French) There is no order, the managers make mistakes all the time and when you bring it to there attention they get very snobby. This just isn't the ideal place I would want to work EVER AGAIN
Compassionate care, excellent healthcare providers
Practice Manager II (Current Employee) – Bedford, TX – September 13, 2017
My role with THR is a very busy and fast paced one. The company keeps employees trained to the best of their abilities and nurture growth. Company leadership offers help to those who need it and I enjoy being a part of that. In my time with THR, I've learned to multitask much more efficiently and manage my time better due to the large workload. The most enjoyable part of my job is learning and being able to share that knowledge with my coworkers and providers. I really enjoy starting a project, creating a team to help and contribute to it with a strong and positive attitude, then seeing it through to the end. I feel like I work in a practice with providers and employees that fully supports me and allow me the opportunity to manage the practice, not just according to policy but also good old fashioned "know how".
Team building, always learning something on a daily basis, providers that are patient and have a good sense of humor
Billing support is understaffed and sometimes not knowledgeable, staffing shortage, low pay for non-management employees, which leads to high turnover
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Rockwall, TX – September 10, 2017
Pay is not great by any means, initial offer was low balled. Benefits are okay. Management is poor and unprofessional. The worst I've ever experienced. The morale of entire staff is low and management does nothing but drown employees with unrealistic expectations and negative feedback. No support offered whatsoever. Don't even bother reaching out to HR, they don't return phone calls. If it wasn't for the awesome provider and patients I work with, I would have left a long time ago.
Front Office/Receptionist/NRCM (Current Employee) – Denton, TX – September 6, 2017
I have really enjoyed working with texas health over the past 5 years I have just recently decided that I would like a change of pace. I really enjoyed my provider and my practice manager and coworkers but need something new.
• ¬Inpatient authorizations • PCP referrals mass health plan and neighborhood health plan, Insurance eligibility • Verification of benefits, contact patients and/or their families to obtain or clarify financial information • Assist and respond to patient inquiries regarding their account • Perform various account updates to patient's accounts
On average, I round on 12-20 patients a day, reviewing the plan of care with the multidisciplinary team, nursing staff, patients, and families. Great team to work with and great opportunities for continuing education.
The culture stated is a great culture. Some areas of the corporation have little to no upward mobility. You are not often measured by the talent of the individuals but by whether you are friends with someone.
SPD Tech (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – August 17, 2017
I think this is a fine place to work, great hours, good people, and close to home. the benefits are good and the facility is really nice. It is a relatively fast paced environment, always busy, which helps the day go by quickly.
Big turnover of staff in short period of time - those on staff compassionate
Registered Nurse - Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – August 15, 2017
Busy floor with very acutely ill patients nurse/patient ratio usually 6:1 - enjoyed patient care and staff. Team work sponsored and upheld highly. I learned each day that each patient has different needs and sometimes the most sacred are the ones that are small by meaningful (i.e. kindness). Busy management - came at same time Nurse Manager did. Hardest part of job was RN's drew all patient labs- lab personnel did not draw labs. The most enjoyable part of the job was KNOWING in my heart (on a DAILY BASIS) that I still LOVED nursing!!!
Worked with some very kind nurses and entire team respectful.