Administrative Nursing Supervisor 7A to 7P (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – July 19, 2017
The work environment was friendly and professional and provided a family atmosphere. patient care was evidence-based, interpersonal relationships among the healthcare team members were respectful and productive. patients rated their care in the high 90s on within the Press Ganey System.
Professional, caring atmosphere. Nationally recognized for urological procedures.
paper charting, limited services, often had to transfer patients to a higher level of care.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Texas – April 6, 2017
The worst job ever, it has a large turnover employees are quieting, getting fired behind lies and betrayal, laid off because on new management. There are new managers hired at least every 2 years. NO raises or promotions. Been brought out by 4 different companies. Not a good place to work for advancement or retirement.
NO Stability, NO longevity or NO advancement. Unfriendly employees and managers, back stabbing and lies
Very focused on pushing paper versus patient care.
Certified Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 28, 2017
This company used to run like a "well oiled machine" according to our patients. Since the third buyout in the past 9 years, I am sad to say this company is not putting patients or employees first and that makes me very sad.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 8, 2017
I enjoyed working with my coworkers however the turn over rate is ridiculous. I really believe it had something to do with poor management at my particular location. Would I work there again? Yes!! If there is new management.
HR and Management will have to answer someday...I think its now...
Former employee (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 6, 2017
What goes around comes around...what you sow you will reap...what happens in the dark will come to light. You can run to another company; you can even run to another state, but the choices you have made will follow you....the consequences will be your play mate. If you read this...you will know it's you and all the people you used to harm others...someone will give you your just due.
Nurse (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – November 10, 2016
Horrible place to work! Management doesn't do anything but play favorites. One of the mottos of the clinic is "I can do anything, they won't fire me"... we have one employee who shops online all day long as well as takes naps at her desk during clinic, and management doesn't do anything, causing good people to quit because the others don't get disciplined. Benefits are sub par, but they are supposedly working on those. No appreciation for the staff that works their butt off. Do not recommend at all, list goes on!
Scheduler (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – September 25, 2016
The staff is great even onsite management, it's the administration staff that made the job hard. The benefits are not that great along with pay for what you do. Things may have changed in the year that I have been gone I would hope so.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – August 5, 2016
I worked as a housekeeper EVS Dept., Mgmt. and Human Resources is horrible. I m sorry to say that but it's true , they need new people in HR that are willing to do their job for the employee especially new employees. I feel the people in HR have gotten too comfortable, and when that happens their ability to do their job becomes shady and double standard meaning they don't care anymore n it's time for a CHANGE the same goes with the EVS Dept. I call it as I see it their Supervisors and Management of the Supervisors do not encourage their employees there are no positive words of encouragement THEIR WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT ARE IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT THERE IS THE DOOR. The Supervisors behavior between them inappropriate carry on in a inappropriate way n very unprofessional. I worked the night shift n rooms were not getting sanitized and cleaned by the morning shift Housekeepers n alot of favoritism was shown for morning Housekeepers they could do no wrong, and alot of work that should be done in the morning was left for the evening crew (Housekeepers). Insurance with such a great deductible, thirty minute lunches yet the morning Housekeepers would take a 45 minute lunch. No advancement here. The pay had its quirks....it was not all that....I thought working evenings would be better no it was not it was worst working double doing someone else's job meaning the morning crew ... they were not doing their work so had to work twice as hard and it was useless going to the Supervisor she had her favorites . Alot of clickish going on in EVS Dept n in the hospital.
Short lunches, deductible of ins. too high, favortism/clickish among Mgmt
Loved the people I worked with. Felt stable there.
RECEPTIONIST (Former Employee) – Denton, TX – August 2, 2016
I answered the phones and scheduled appointment. Helped people with their medication requests and tasked nurses all patient questions. Loved the doctors I worked with. Hardest part of the job was patients calling in very upset about not getting a call from the nurse or billing, and how I was able to turn that around and get the information they needed. I loved helping the patients. I became friends with a lot of them.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Las Colinas, TX – July 21, 2016
Extreme turnover of management with little to none medical background. Favoritism for employees with low grade job capabilities and unfair targeting for strong MA's within the workplace....sad but very true. Now has the reputation as being a circus ran medical clinic.
employees always friendly
Persons in higher co. positions, known to be calculating & vicious w/employees to cost them their job..seriously.
Big Turnover Rate, Semi secure job security but with high demand of repetitive calls and angry patients many employees quit or seek other positions elsewhere. Warning! Management will pin blame on employees if they feel they may reflect poorly in front of higher staff.
no/short breaks/ lunches, Management, PTO and sick days