Medical Assistant RMA (Current Employee) – Loveland, OH – April 15, 2018
Average overall. competitive pay and benefits. Average day starts at 6:45 and ends between 3:15 and 5:15pm. Wide variety of Patients due to company taking almost all insurances including all medicaid and medicare. Onsite lab makes flow easier so providers are encouraged to see a Pt every 15 minutes. Most offices are in newer buildings with comfortable rooms and Lobbies.
LPN Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Washington Court House, OH – April 16, 2018
I've been with healthsource for 5 years now. I love every minute. Great team work. Great management. I truly feel like I make a difference for my patients and my community. We get bonuses and special gifts throughout the year. I definitely feel appreciated from everyone I work with.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Batavia, OH – August 31, 2017
a typical day was rooming between 20 and 30 patients a day interaction with patients and patient care fast pace environment with many things to do including calls and messages and putting important information into the computers.
interaction with patients
barely enough time for a break, no team playing, over worked and underpaid
I had a job different from most at HealthSource as it included traveling over the entire service area. This was great because I got to meet lots of our patients and our providers. For having limited resources, HealthSource really does try to do its best to serve the communities.
When I first started a few yrs back, I loved my job. However, in the past 2 yrs, this place has tanked. They could care less about their employees, and DO NOT care about the patients. Their main concern is MONEY! They overwork their employees and never follow through on situations that actually need addressed. Leadership is non existent. Pay is terrible. They do give good bonuses, but you work your butt off for it. Corporate is full of clowns who just run around with a notebook, pretending to know whats going on and firing key people, just to spice things up. Oh! You gotta love how they hire outsiders to make big decisions. Honestly, I have to stop typing, im getting annoyed, with each letter.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Milford, Ohio – August 21, 2015
Great company to work for as far as people and doctors. I loved working for this company in the beginning, but at the end they wanted to see more patients in less time. Patient care kinda went down hill from there.
The "mission" at Healthsource of Ohio has experienced some changes in recent years, with superior patient care and focus dwindling. No longer are the employees viewed as valuable assets, and the pay is not along the competitive level lines. I have learned a lot about patient care, obtained better people skills, and had some of the best co-workers that I have ever had. The hardest part of the job, is the constant cutting back by the organization, thus leaving the staff without some of the tools, or staff to assist in getting the job done in an expedient manner. The most enjoyable part of the job, is to be able to help someone who needs assistance, and getting positive feedback from those individuals. Knowing that a difference has been made in their situation.
Hours of operation, closed holidays.
No breaks, very short lunches. And that the company has lost sight of the mission that it was launched under.
Medical Assistant/ receptionist (Current Employee) – New Richmond, OH – June 5, 2013
Check in patients, check vitals and input data in the computer, perform any in office testing that needs to be done and give patient orders for referrals or diagnostic testing, also check patients out and take payments for services provided.
I cannot be objective, I ran the theraputic foster care home
Front Desk (Former Employee) – Seaman, OH – April 16, 2013
took kids in for short term stays, some respite care. Dealt with kids better than their parents. The parents were most of the kids problems, it was really bad for some of them. Made me happy when I could make a difference. I still have contact with some of them occasionally.
working with the kids
kids not being cooperative--or their family members