Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – August 22, 2017
loved it here very good management staff were the best, just the rate of pay sucked. if you work at a specific location you may be called to work at another then parking sucked at a few locations and if your doing home draws that's all on you if you encounter a tickets from parking and they will not pay for parking gas may be but there's a catch with that if they pay for you to do a home visit your not getting the pay rate you only getting a set rate per patient gas tolls and tickets not included.
good experience but work environment could be better.
Accessioner (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 6, 2017
at the time i worked her i made good friends but the management was terrible and at times unprofessional .working conditions were less than satisfactory at times and you tend to have a tense unprofessional environment in my department.Hope things improved.
Client Service Supervisor (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 29, 2017
typical day is answering phones, trouble shooting problems , I learned its not what you say it;s how you say it. work culture is open, hardest part of the job is knowing that you cant control every situation
Data Entry/Client Services (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 22, 2015
It was nice at first. I gained most of my experience here, but only because I felt like if I didn't learn as much as I could, they would fire me. To them everyone is replaceable. I wouldn't wish this place on my worst enemy.
Client Service / Accessioner (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 6, 2014
-From the second you walk into work till the moment you leave it is always a busy day, there is always something to be done. -I've learned a lot about client service, how to speak on the phones, how to remain professional during a tough situation. -The connection between my co-workers are amazing. Were together 8-9 daily 5 days a week. Being together for that long during the week you eventually begin to create a bond which makes the work experience during the day just a little bit easier. -Learning so many test codes, requirements, rules, little by little it becomes a lifestyle, a custom. -Everyday there is always something new to learn which I love. It is never a boring day.
An hr lunch, given the chance to learn so much things.
Lack of communication with supervisors and employees, stressful
Certified Phlebotomy Technician (Temp) (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 2, 2014
As a Phlebotomy I enjoy working for E.M.L. Its safe and clean. My patient loved when I performed vein puncture on them. I was gentle to all my patient. As i perform my duty, I distract them by having random conversation, and that made them feel comfortable.