Patient Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Saint Ignace, MI – January 17, 2019
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Alliance. I have had my run-ins with some of the "bad eggs" employed here, but the good people far out number the bad--and you will find bad eggs anywhere you go. The good people here range from management on down. They have been very understanding and accommodating when life tends to happen.
Flexible work schedules, great atmosphere/company culture, helpful and knowledgable staff, travel reimbursement
MRI Technologist (Former Employee) – Reedsport, OR Bandon Oregon – January 19, 2019
Old equipment. Terrible management. No support for you as technologist at all.. 20 plus years of MRI experience and I have never worked for a worse company. They don't care about their employees at all. They give you almost no training no protocols and no help. They only complain. Do not work for this company. They lied to me multiple times. Changed my days and hours during hiring process. Added accounts after the fact then had audacity to tell me I was not flexible. Junky equipment that is worn out.
Terrible leadership old equip. and you get zero help from your supervisors
PET/CT Technologist (Current Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – January 1, 2019
Alliance Radiology is an excellent employer. Higher pay and fewer hours worked are typical for most companies in the mobile imaging world. If you are flexible in the locations you are willing to work (travel is expected when you work for a mobile company) and the ever changing schedules, a good Technologist can thrive with this company. Management is overworked trying to manage the changes to staffing and the aging equipment on an every day basis. You can see that they care for those around them, however often have their hands tied on being able to give little more than lip service when you do something above par. This company is continuing to grow. If the staffing levels aren't stabilized soon, many more team members will be leaving.
Alliance Healthcare Services is a nice place to work
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Canton, OH – November 14, 2018
I worked in the billing department for about 6-7 years. My job consisted of verifying patient information and entering the MRI charge for the specific date of service the patient was scanned. Our mobile MRI units traveled to different hospitals and I was in charge of specific regions. This included making sure the correct facility was listed on the charge and to verify that patient was completed or needed rescheduled. This was important for audit purposes. I worked in the scheduling office for 2 or more years. I would have to answer incoming calls from drs offices to schedule patients for their MRI and pre screen them for their exams.
Administrative support professional (Current Employee) – Glendale, AZ – November 5, 2018
My position is challenging and I truly enjoy my job. It's a family based operation and am sorry to be leaving. Management has an open door policy. My day at work begins with opening any of the 4 data bases that we work in. Our company currently holds a contract for Florida billing as well; therefore we are obligated to works those accounts as well. The accounts can be demanding and difficult at times, but I enjoy a tough case now and then.
Paid lunches, Early leave days
At times our tools to work with-computer can act up.
MRI TECHNOLOGIST (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 18, 2018
I work 3 12hr shifts per week. I obtain images following radiologist protocols. I am responsible for giving exceptional patient care and continually meeting the needs of each of my patients. I take pride in the years I have been able to use my specific skills to help in diagnosing each patients condition.
Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Newport Beach, CA – August 14, 2018
I learned alot while working with the technicians. Great work experience! I liked the position working as a patient coordinator because not only do you transport a patient you also get to do clerical work,talk to doctors and nurses.
Medical Scheduler (Former Employee) – Canton, OH – August 7, 2018
1. Answered inbound calls Physician offices scheduling CT and PT scans and outbound reminder calls 2. I learned another way of scheduling and more about the actual way the scanning is preformed 3. I was appreciative that management gave you the freedom to work independly 4. The atmosphere was fast pace with a laid back feeling 5. The position did at many times become a problem solving quest, that was nerve racking to the customer 6. Knowing I had smooth calls and a successful day
Helping the customer to have a productive and pleasent experience
Therapist (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – July 20, 2018
Great learning environment, experience with all mental health illnesses and age groups,flexible schedules, lots of paid time off-vacation, flex days, sick time, great benefits, matching 401K after 3 yrs, pay is not great but the benefits help make up for it.
This is a mobile imaging service that is staffed by intelligent earthy people who have a high work ethic and strongly independent nature. The hours were usually long days and this allowed for more days off a week. The atmosphere is definitely autonomous with each person having their own set of duties to perform. The company respects inflation raises and a generally appreciative attitude towards its employees.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 2, 2018
Easy, fast paced working environment. Terrible management, gossips too much, will discuss your personal information with other employees, be ware will team up with other employees to try to get you fired is they do no like you. I can go on and on about not working for this company specifically the surgery center.
No real lunch breaks, no work schedule flexibility, unsafe nursing practices, gossip