Patient Navigator (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 24, 2018
Community Healthcare Network is high volume Patient interaction Center. Learned to develop medical professional capacity Management is a pivotal force for direction and goal setting. Our offices represent a kindred like atmosphere The hardest Part of our job is keeping all Patient's happy. What I do enjoy about my job is the reward of connecting Patient's to holistic care and social support that does not leave our urban communities excluded but in fact included in all parts of NYC.
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Long Island City, NY – October 22, 2018
This FQHC is a good place to start as an entry level RN position. You learn skills. However, it is not a good place to stay long term. There is very limited room for advancement, and the payscale is minimum in the industry.
Don't bother horrible place to work, senior management does not care about employees
Health Home Care Manager (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – October 20, 2018
Too much staff turn over not enough training for new staff. The salaries are too low for the amount of work expected from its employees! Do not apply for a job at this organization not a nice place to work. The management team is not supportive instead talk down to its employees.
it's a Growing agency and has different opportunities
Behavioral Health Therapist IV (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 24, 2018
My days consists of seeing patients back to back for individual therapy. There is no allotted time for documentation and the expectation is that we complete progress notes during session. It provides a good learning opportunity
Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 25, 2018
Working at CHN provided the opportunity to take on many things with possibly too much autonomy. Direction is given but rarely supported by supervisors/senior leadership. Opportunities for advancement are few and far between among management and often times the salaries vary greatly between those with the same title among different departments.
Great colleagues, serving a great population, but non clinical management needs to tune in
Provider (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 8, 2018
A fantastic company with a wonderful mission. Upper management really needs to tune into the staff that make the clinics run as often staff feel under and unappreciated. Work load is steady, but erratic scheduling can lead to delays for front, nursing, and providers.
Colleagues are great
Scheduling of patients for providers, lack of autonomy in scheduling
Patient Navigator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 20, 2018
Worked at CHN for several years to the point where it became family however they pretend to care about your personal life concerns but don't. I was always busy and loved the culture however upper management is heavily separated from the most important staff that deals with the patients front and center.
Excellent Benefits and High Quality Healthcare Services to Underserved Populations
Care Manager, Health Home Program (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 14, 2018
Great Benefits, Challenging but Satisfying work, quality of management and leadership depends on the assigned location. Diverse Company, Promotes from within, great opportunities for advancement. Tuition Assistance Programs
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Long Island City, NY – December 14, 2017
One of the best places I worked at. The LIC location where I worked at was more like a family. CHN really fights for the optimum healthcare services for the communities they serve. One of the first places to really advocate for their patients. They also pay great compared to other healthcare organizations and there's good PTO. Benefits are the best. The only reason I left is due to relocation to the southwest.
They don't have 12hr shifts, but that's no match to all the pros.