Lab/xray supervisor (Former Employee) – Texas City, TX – February 5, 2018
Job had potential for new beginnings. Job was far away from home. Not enough power delegated to supervisor position. Wanted to make more changes in own dept. Would have liked to have been allowed to work with my staff without interference more often.
Immunization Case Manager/Immunization Clerk (Former Employee) – Texas City, TX – June 14, 2017
Since some management members do not know what having children is if not they're older now...be more considerate of your dedicated employees. Without each of them you would not have anything to offer the facility. Treat others the way YOU like to be treated and all the patients MUST be treated if they were kin to one. No one is more or less than the other. Insured , self pay low income, rich....they're as human as …
A typical day in the medical records department was very fast paced, i would deliver patient records to the doctor for the upcoming appointments for that day. I would also retrieve records for out of facility request and pull for the upcoming appointments
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Texas City, TX – January 25, 2017
Worked there for a few months and while I was there my supervisor was gone half the time. The patients arent very friendly. The company only cares about the number of patients in the door and not about your safety or sanity. The best part though was my fellow Dental Assistant and the Doctor's their. They were all very helpful and nice. Every other department there is only their for themselves and will lie to management. If you ever have any issues there they won't ask you your side of the story they will just believe whatever they hear and fire you.
Former member (Former Employee) – Galveston, TX – January 17, 2017
Galveston County EMS use to be one of the premier places to work, everyone who worked here was at their top of their game. Equipment was top notch. Pay was lousy very much under paid and benefits for low. Under this new management, it will take time to be a better place to work.
Electronic Records Specialist (Current Employee) – Galveston, TX – September 7, 2016
I love working here and I love what I do but the pay is terrible and the benefits are not so great for someone like me who has a lot of health issues. For the most part we all get along and management is the best.
Medical Administrative Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Texas City, TX – August 14, 2016
Worked as an intern here. The associates were very pleasant and helpful to work with. I learned the daily functions and operations of health administration and was strongly encouraged to apply once I received my degree.
This place is something else (not in a bad way). You will have to deal with crazy people and there is no security. Managements is not bad. When I worked there I had a good manager. She cared and wanted to help us the employees, but couldn't do much. I made good friend in the job. There are also some lazy co-workers just like any were else. The hardest part of the job was dealing with some patients.
Patient Services Specialist (Current Employee) – Texas City, TX – April 26, 2012
Cashier/Financial Screener. Collect co-payments/clinic fees and check patients in for their medical or dental appointments. Schedule appointments for walk-ins. Balance out cash drawer and prepare bank deposit. Financially screen patients for discounted services and apply sliding scale fee to their chart. Verify insurance (both private and medicaid/medicare).