Good entry level experince for Medical Assistants and Health Education Specialists.
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – February 19, 2015
Clinic and Program Managers really care about staff and clients and work really hard to support. The most enjoyable part has been working and mentoring caring staff and creating access to much needed health care and support programs for the must vulnerable in need who would otherwise not have appropriate, compassionate health care. Community Clinics are on the front lines of health care and the Affordable Care Act Implimentation.
Patient Services Clerk (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – August 27, 2014
lack of communication between departments, managers of the phone room don't even know work flow or procedures in the department they are managing, Workers are blamed for anything a patients states with no investigation. Pt can't state you cussed them out with no proff and they will blame it in you with out asking you about the situation. They determine the outcome of a complaint before they talk to the employee about what happened. They do random layoffs every 6 months. There is no support from managers for any issues that occur. Patients have no consequences for their negative actions at this clinic, they feel the pt is always right, even when they a cussing you out because you are an appointment scheduler and no a medicine refill person.
wasnt really a team player kind of work enviorment
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – May 22, 2014
everyone clicked with race, when I needed help no one really wanted to help me and the training process sucked because I didn't really get trained I got passed around to different MA'S that all had different ways of working.
all of the different clics you get to do to obtain knowledge of the work
Eligibility Coordinator, HOPE Project (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – April 29, 2014
I have extensive work history working with diverse populations both socially and economically. I am eager to provide advocacy for individuals in need of assistance. I work well with others and have fostered many lasting friendships with my staff and coworkers.
An wonderful community based organization to work for
Health Education Coordinator Level 3 (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – November 7, 2013
I loved working for Tri-City Health Center. The multiple programs that are provided through this organization are critical to the populations that they serve. The management that was in place at the time I worked for here was supportive and encouraging of using various new methods to reach our target populations and ensured continuous funding. My co-workers were dedicated and passionate about the work that we did. The hardest part of my job was when I was unable to locate the appropriate and necessary service referrals for clients. The most loved part of my job was being able to provide a needed service to my local community.
Good place to work, excellent benefits, continually changing, never a dull moment.
Site Manager (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – January 4, 2013
a typical day at work - you hit the ground running as patients is the number one priority. i've learned a lot and can take that experience with me. management is great, my co-workers are great too! The hardest part of the job is not being able to meet all of patients needs and most enjoyable part of the job, is my co-workers and being able to help as many people as we can.