Registered Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 21, 2018
District Medical Group contracted me out to another company. Didn't work at their offices, worked at another company's office. Working with District Medical Group was easy because of their employees at the corporate offices made it that way for you.
Coder II (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 4, 2017
Don't work here you will be sorry the coding manager can't help you she only got that position for favoritism and she micromanages you its like you are in jail you can look like you aren't busy she comes and looks on your desk. The CEO don't know half what goes on. Forget hr once you go to them they make your life misable. Run far away from here. The CEO needs to look at the director too terrible management
Good medical benefits
Management cant even go to hr no one is on your side
Biller (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85016 – October 24, 2017
The typical day here sucks. You learn nothing except how to avoid members of the dumbest management team alive. And the HR guy is beyond slimy. Micromanagement, favoritism, nepotism, absolute zero moral, lousy pay. Hardest part of the job is going to work everyday when all you want to do when your there is gouge out your eyes. Nothing is enjoyable here. High turnover, management hires there friends and relatives. If you have any self-respect, dont go to work here. Its miserable. The CEO hides in his office all day and has no idea the sneeky things management does.
Accounts receivable rep working all open issues (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 27, 2017
Unrealistic expectations for accounts worked within the chaos of the system and how accounts were distributed. There was virtually no training and no follow up for new employees to ask questions or be supported so that they would be successful. Temps were not treated very well, and favoritism was apparent. Overall poor management.
CRS Pediatric Clinical Dietitian (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 2, 2017
I loved this job. The co-workers were professional and fun to work with. The employees mostly work together as a team to help the children. The clients were challenging but I enjoy working with children with special needs and their families. Management was weak since I had 5 different managers in 3 years. All who did not know what a clinical dietitian does or what support they need. I would go back to work there if I had the opportunity.
Coder II (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 1, 2017
Things have gone downhill in the past year with management becoming extremely overbearing and micromanagers so much so that you aren't even allowed to ask questions of co-workers without being watched and questioned.
Former Biller (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 29, 2016
I put up working for DMG for a number of years. It ruined my health. Training doesn't exist, be expected to know your position from day one,as no one else will show you for fear of you knowing more than they. Management and Supervisors only hire friends & relatives, there is rampant nepotism here. Upper management have their children working here making more $ than some doctors on staff. Management has favorites that will excel. If you happen to be hired without the familial connection you won't last. Having had been discriminated against due to medical issues, I filed charges against DMG and all involved denied it happened when investigated, however, my supervisor mysteriously "left to pursue other interests". There is outright workplace bullying by managers,supervisors and HR. You can make the mistake of working your rear off but you will not be recognized or appreciated, unless you kiss major management booty. Forget about a raise since the Company has been in the red for years, which, for a Not For Profit entity, should be raising eyebrows. Clearly there is an absolutely serious hierarchy problem at DMG, and I am surprised this Company has lasted as long as it has and is still in business. It should not be. Do yourself a favor and do not apply to work here. Its not worth it. There is no option for zero stars.
Nepotism, Racism, DISCRIMINATION...I could go on...
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 24, 2016
I came in to this company thinking they were all nice people and there would be room to grow...boy was I wrong!!! I hated the way they did things around there. Issues were never addressed in a proper manner, and they played favorites over others. The pay sucked! I will never recommend CRS as a good place to work. Everyone there is always complaining anyway about what they're need and are not getting. Apparently there is so much room for improvement and they act like they don't want to see it. Some of the people that came from St Joes were really nice and caring..
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Phoenix az CRS – August 8, 2016
DMG is a great place to work. The leadership team is approachable and is truly concerned with high quality safe patient care and really wants their staff & patients to be satisfied with their interactions - overall I give them 5 stars.
Great place to work, great benefits, and management team is strong
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 11, 2016
I have been with DMG for almost 8 years. When I first started, several people came up to me and offered to help me with in any way they could which made me feel so welcome! When it came to benefits, I was SOO impressed that our rates didn't increase for 3 years in a row, which is practically unheard of! I have worked with and for several members of the management team and they are always looking for ways to improve this company and to support the employees in any way they can...I have truly enjoyed the last 8 years, so much that it doesn't even feel like it's been that long!
great support system; lots of free perks like soda/tea machines
Medical Billing & Coding Extern (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 21, 2015
I started my externship at this company and really learned a lot in a short period of time. The management and staff members were very friendly and helpful as I was learning along the way. I had to log in and created batch packages for self pay and various insurance plans. I had entered patient insurance and payment information into the DX data base. I learned how to thoroughly read patients EOBS and enter correct amount into patient accounts.
Tons of hands on experince. Very supportive staff members.
Coder (Current Employee) – Phoenix – August 22, 2015
Overall, dmg and current management need a lot of improving. Lack of training on their behalf, they lack morale and it's frowned upon to socialize with your fellow co workers unless you are supervisors favorites. Coding supervisor has her favorites and the act as her little spies. Its frowned upon if you don't work overtime. Very high turn over in employees.
Cant say that there are any
Management, lack of morale to keep employees happy.