Scribe/Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Zion, IL – June 26, 2018
Everyone was friendly. The doctors were easy going. I enjoyed working there. However, the hardest part of the job was fitting in. I'm one of the younger employees, so it is understandable. Other than that, CTCA is genuine to provide the best treatments for their patients.
Registered Nurse - Outpatient Clinics (Current Employee) – Zion, IL – June 19, 2018
I still work for this awesome company and love what I do. Great co-workers and a very enjoyable work environment and one of the best work cultures I have ever worked in. There are challenges but there are with every job, but for me this is not just a job!!
CULINARY ARTS TEAM MEMBER (COOK) (Current Employee) – Georgia – June 6, 2018
Working at CTCA is great for the departments that produce money or income for the company not so much for the back of the house employees. The chances for promotion is virtually non existent. The pay is not bad, but the cost of living increase are minimal. The benefits are amazing however for the line employees it is becoming increasingly expensive. The culture is good however has declined in the last 2 years due to restructuring of the company.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 4, 2018
I worked for the Cancer Treatment Center for 4 years and was very unsatisfied, we barely got a raise. They wanted to add extra work on to the schedule everyday knowing it was no way employees could not get this finish in 8 hours.
Sr. Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee) – Zion, IL – May 14, 2018
Working on Accounting functions Learning alot of new accounting function to carrier to my other jobs Some Management were younger college graduates who sometimes their positions went to their heads Culture very perfessional Hard part was working with Cancer patients Learning experience
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Zion, IL – May 1, 2018
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America is by far the most organized, engaged and well-run company I have ever worked for. I am not leaving the company, I am merely looking for additional part time employment.
Multi discipline hospital that specializes in cancer treatment
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 1, 2018
truly a patient centered facility; staff and management were great, hard working, talented and loyal. A lot of benefits and perks. With the recent lay-offs, staff are experiencing stress which is understandable.
Manager, Clinical Intellectual Property (Current Employee) – Newnan, GA – April 5, 2018
CTCA lives up to its reputation to put the patient first. Employees are compassionate and empathetic. First class medical care is provided by a variety of experts. The organization is open to change and improvement for the benefit of the patient.
Clinically Sound for Patients: Horrible for Employees
Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 25, 2018
I have never worked in a more stressful environment. Management does not care about the welfare of employees outside the clinical setting. There is constant ciaos, managers who lie about their subordinates, distrust from bottom to top of leadership.
Great Physicians, Excellent Medcial Care
Unprofessional Managers who lack the skills to do the job, leaders who take credit and never give it!
Patient Financial Services Supervisor (Current Employee) – Zion, IL – March 22, 2018
Cancer Treatment Centers has evolved throughout the years trying to maintain being a premiere center for cancer treatment. In the beginning it started as a very small, family type environment. However given the market demands, it has become more corporate driven. They are still an amazing network for patient's who have lost hope. However, the overall atmosphere has changed.
Manager (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 14, 2018
Cancer Treatment Centers of America is doing great things for oncology patients and their caregivers. There are so many wonderful people to learn from and CTCA gives you the opportunity to work in teams so that this happens. They are constantly looking for better ways to treat the patients' body and mind so they are willing to try new things and they like to hear feedback from employees as well.