Dealing with kids not easy, and am happy when am able to meet their needs. Its fun fun to see the kids smile and playing when they are comfortable, They need feeds, medication administration, oral, iv, Neb treatment, tropical application, per MD order depending with the patient,diaper change,vital signs, vent care, proper documentation, patient assessment every 15 minutes and recording, intake output, bowel movement. breath sounds, T pulse ox, oxygen therapy per MD prescription, Apical pulse,Neuro assessment for irritability or level of consciousness, rigidity, type of cry,
AP Specialist (Current Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – October 8, 2018
All employees are in 1 building which allows for everyone to interact with other departments quickly. All managers are respectful and get along very well. Very easy going office atmosphere with secured entry-way, so it's a safe work environment.
Call Center CSR (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 19, 2018
The commute was not that bad but the call center was super busy and there were a minimum number of calls a CSR had to pick up daily which made it very difficult to provide an excellent customer service experience
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – March 30, 2018
It was a funk over the management team! Only my direct supervisor had a sense of humor. It was like working at a morgue. They didn't have a holiday party or anything! Cancelled it last minute with no acknowledgement to the holidays.
PRODUCTION SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – March 5, 2018
The pay is low and the benefits aren't great either. The company brings in temporary workers that drive down production because they aren't getting paid even as much as the little bit full time workers get paid.
Small organization and it wasn't a good culture fit. I was hired to build business but only with companies that the owner had relationships with. I felt like I couldn't run my own business and was always being micro managed.
Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist/Trainer (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – December 9, 2017
Acp bought our tiny family practice and came in and said our physician took too long with patients. Next they said we need to draw blood in the office to increase profit . Ok we opened a LAB i trained all of the staff to draw blood because they had been out of school so long. I just graduated , I did all the back office ordering and most of the lab draws .
very competitive work environment.union benefits were great
Carpenter (Former Employee) – Dublin, OH – September 18, 2017
Acp is not a company to count on. They have a steady flow of manpower thru the union hall which i guess allows them be very selective.I worked till the job was done.Everyday was nerving because of impossible quotas and lack of material