Very laid back environment, but the pay isn't all that great. Benefits are 100% paid through employer, so I guess that makes up for the low hourly pay. If you enjoy working with children and don't mind taking a pay cut, then this would be a great place to work
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – New Bern, NC – July 24, 2018
I was very excited when I was first hired with this company but quickly realized that the idealistic goals of the company were a facade fabricated to hide the true intent - greed. I love the idea of a healthcare facility dedicated to patient driven care, unfortunately, Goshen falls short.
employer paid healthcare
low wages, unreasonable workload, high staff/patient ratios
SITE LEADER (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – June 11, 2018
Site leader duties were constantly being increased with no increase in salary. Some staff were not happy and it was carried over in the work with patients. Management was not always available and hardly ever returned any calls or emails.
Travel mileage was paid
no breaks, no cost of living increases, low salary for area
I really enjoyed my co-workers. It is a really good working environment but the pay is too low. I was offered $14.00 as a bilingual nurse. I was asked to interpret on a daily basis but would not pay me more.
Free lunches, Coworkers, No holidays, Saturdays from 8-1 every 4-5 weeks
Medical Assisting Student Practicum (Former Employee) – Clinton, NC – May 16, 2018
I enjoyed my student practicum with Goshen and I would love an opportunity to work full time with their company. I was able to learn a lot from the staff I was placed at one of the Clinton offices, but other students were placed and several other Goshen offices and we all had good experiences.
Ok place to work at various locations in the state of NC.
Physician (Former Employee) – Faisons, NC – September 30, 2017
The nursing assistants were excellent. The only finding is a low salaried compensation working daily. Sometimes lack of vaccinations available and other in-office equipment is needed. This would include crash cart, available medications, etc.
1 hour lunch break for physicians
Low salary for position. Lot's of time working with the EHR. Not unreasonable
Very poorly run organization. Employees suggestions and needs are not valued. Working in the office is pleasant because the staff is wonderful but working for a large corporate organization that is a long ways away is not.
As a RN, I was responsible for working up all patients (avg 17/day), all pre-certs for procedures and drugs from insurance companies, all referrals, medication refills, assisting with procedures, maintaining medication sample closet, cleaning/mopping and stocking all exam rooms and common areas, calling and responding to calls from patients and other medical personnel just to mention a few of my responsibilities. I really enjoyed the patient care but there was too much administrative and other duties required in an 8 hour day. We were only allowed 1 hour OT each week and I was never able to get caught up with my work which in turn made patients have to wait for the test/medications or specialist visits needed. My provider could have easily kept 2 people busy. It was overwhelming for me for that reason. The co-workers were great to work with. It was Monday - Friday and no holidays which was nice.
Medical Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Goldsboro, NC – March 12, 2015
I completed my internship at Goshen Medical Center, and it was a great learning experience and I learned a lot. While I was there, I was able to get hands on experience of a lot of the things I learned at ECPI.