Senior Programming Analyst (Current Employee) – Wakefield, MA – December 1, 2018
AMDPI is doing a lot to invest in the future. They are integrating their legacy systems with new CRM, and expanding their technical capabilities. They have a great group of people who know a log about the dental care industry.
PRACTICE MANAGER (Former Employee) – north central florida – October 5, 2018
Being a practice manager was a great opportunity for my career and I worked hard for the title. If you are willing to provide a pound or two of flesh to lead others who do not care about the bottom line, then this is for you. Otherwise, like most corporate owned medical/dental operations, daily management is like wrangling squirrels to be accountable and provide quality pt care. As the PM, ADP provided lots of training and opportunities to succeed. However, the practice success is dependent heavily on the providers that are in your office. If they do not want to work, or know how to work efficiently with integrity and skill, your practices will be a revolving door. That revolving door leads to poor patient reputation and lost revenue - thus not meeting your budget and likely getting terminated. Its a good company but they mean business
Leadership training is excellent. Good salary and benefits.
Long hours, Stressful everyday, Provider skills are often raw and not fit for the demands of the practice, Rollover most PMs in a few years
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Wakefield, MA – September 23, 2018
There is always plenty of work but oftentimes not enough people to complete the work without undue stress. The company encourages the employees to give back to the community which is great. Unfortunately they don't give back to their employees. Raises are few and far between unless you are upper management. Although the company continues to grow, very little acknowledgement is given to the employees that are not upper management.
Health and dental benefits, 401K
Inconsistent company policies from department to department
NA (Current Employee) – Wakefield, MA – September 21, 2018
American Dental Partners is a great place to work! It has a great business model, collaborative work environment and great people. You are given the tools and have the autonomy to help contribute to the overall success of the organization.
Company in transition, a lot of opportunities for growth
n/a (Current Employee) – Wakefield, MA – September 4, 2018
This company is truly people-centric. It's fast paced while also offering support to have a work-life balance. I feel challenged and appreciated and see the upside in all of the exciting growth and transition that we are experiencing.
Practice Manager (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – June 27, 2018
Company does not value their employees. Practice hours are odd and tiring to work for both managers, doctors and staff. High turn over and bad business practices. Expected to work sick or not. Management does not support having a flexible schedule.
Official response from American Dental Partners, Inc.
April 17, 2018
Thank you so much for sharing your feedback. We strive to promote a culture that embracing learning and professional development as well as positive working relationships and teamwork. I'm sorry we were unable to find even more opportunities for you to advance - we wish you the best of luck!
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Recruiting Coordinator (Current Employee) – Wakefield, MA – March 14, 2018
I have been working at American Dental Partners for almost three months now and I can say that I have had a great overall experience so far. Everyone is very friendly and it is a positive atmosphere. People actually show up to work with a smile and a great attitude, which makes it an overall great experience day in and day out. I have found that the work/life balance is very accommodating and as long as you show up and do what you are expected to do, management is very flexible. I look forward to my future career development with American Dental Partners and foresee a long career with them.
SENIOR TRAINING SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Wakefield, MA – February 7, 2018
ADPI is an organization that prides itself in providing a healthy work environment for its employees and affiliated dental groups. Success in this organization depends on your commitment to excellence and open healthy communication. ADPI is a dynamic organization that requires team members to be flexible to change and shifting priorities. This deeply committed to developing it's team members and providing many opportunities for support and growth. I found the organization to be a family- first organization that was generous in employee benefits.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – January 30, 2018
It is drama-central, very short-staffed, no leadership( management is not trained, they have their favorites. Outlook does not look good there. The main doctor intimidates you and yells. He is very critical of everything you do.
No breaks, if the head dr does not like you, it is very stressful and unhealthy. The head doctor intimidates and yells.
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Hamburg, NY – January 26, 2018
I worked here for 5 yrs. I loved my patients and the people I worked with. The doctors were friendly and down to earth. My manager was awesome and always available to talk. If you needed time off or were dealing with sick family members, it was never a problem. Almost everyone was a team player and we all helped each other. I worked between 45-55 hours a week. It was a crazy busy office and I always stayed late or came in early to help out. The problem with this company is corporate does not value good employees. The other issue ( which seems to be a recurring theme ) is rasies are nonexistent. They pay incoming employees more than the current ones. I reciveved one raise and that was only because I threatened to quit which would have left my doctor without an assistant.
Doctors buy lunch, one hour lunch breaks, friendly office enviroment