Certified medical assistant (Former Employee) – Rosemont, PA – September 11, 2018
No room for growth in this company, pay is alright , no structure, nepotism, overworked you have no time for an outside life. The company does not care about your well being at all!!! The providers bully you , no comfortable work stations ,,,, DONT DO IT!!
Manager (Current Employee) – Voorhees, NJ – September 11, 2018
Pretty new company and growing fast. Some growing pains, but management seems genuine about a cool vision to use our size to help patients and build a like-minded community who really cares about patients.
eClincal Works Consultant (Former Employee) – South East PA and NJ – August 20, 2018
Axia was an okay opportunity. The upper management team on the corporate side is very unorganized and lacks direction. The project manager lacked confidence and deflected questions that were asked from her.
Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – East Brunswick, NJ – July 29, 2018
There were cliques among co-workers and Management. Horrible place to work with low salary and no career advancement. The staff and management were friends in and out of work and it was clearly Obvious! The old timers.were condescending when speaking and they were only knowledgeable in one area. However, they professed to know everything! Horrible, horrible place to work. This place is a entry level. Get in , learn what you can then get out!!
Field Support Technician (Former Employee) – Voorhees, NJ – July 21, 2018
The changes that were brought on were not brought to the table until two weeks prior to changes were to take place and the people effected had to re-interview for their jobs. Just about everybody that stood against the decision were almost dismissed. I saw 10+ people find other jobs and walk away from the company with relief.
EIM Project Manager (Former Employee) – Oaks, PA – July 6, 2018
Axia is a new company and as such is running very fast to build itself. The pace is demanding but not unexpected for a startup. You need to accept this and be a self-starter and independently driven. The old saying "Ask for forgiveness before permission" applies. Patience is required
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Mount Laurel, NJ – June 16, 2018
Most of the docs are cool, but management behaves like they are out to call you out o n ever little thing you may do wrong just by mistake!! MA'S are treated like they are the enemy's, management has a lot of little spies around the office writing reports on the ma's all day! Why can't they just politely correct them like a normal person would, instead they are called in the office and made to fell incompetent!! You can't trust anyone!
Former (Former Employee) – Voorhees, NJ – May 9, 2018
Managements focus is to improve the bottom line at all cost. Concern for the patient is at the employee and physician level but not managements concern. There is a lot of favoritism and unfounded criticism.. Good career stepping stone if you can tolerate the culture for a year or two, but will burn out if staying any longer - unless you fit their particular ‘profile’.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Malvern, PA – April 26, 2018
I've been with this group way before they became Axia and prior to the merge, this was a great place to work..the salary has always been so-so but you worked for great people. Now it is a thankless job, with extra work and no compensation. To do my job correctly, and to make sure the patients are taken care of, sometimes overtime happens. Instead of thanking for handling things, you get reprimanded. Thought this was about the patient experience and not greed..
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – East Brunswick, NJ – April 10, 2018
Management pretends to care about your concerns, lots of favoritism lack of respect amongst coworkers no leadership at all. Some of the doctors were great and the best part of the day was interacting with patients.
Billing (Current Employee) – Voorhees, NJ – April 6, 2018
Overworked and underpaid. You seek help with human resource about issues and concerns, they don't help. A lot of favoritism, back biting. Extreme large volume of work that's impossible to get things done. Team leads don't have your best interest. Your either on your own or your winning because of who you know. Anybody says different theu are lying. Very cut throat place, all while being stressed and under paid. They offer health, but we pay a pretty expensive penny for the coverage. Would not recommend.
Medical Assistant Team Lead (Current Employee) – Lindenwold, NJ – February 10, 2018
I love what I do and the company I do it for! The doctors I work with daily are amazing and caring to both staff and patients. Many up and coming health facilities offer tuition reimbursement which if was offered at axia would be a huge help.
Friendly Staff and Weekends off
No room for advancement and no tuition reimbursement