Lithotripsy Technologist (Former Employee) – Nawville – September 12, 2018
Don't do it. They do not pay what they should for this area. Zero flexibility. Last minute you could be sent to BFE. Physically demanding. 3-4am mornings and sometimes 7pm or later. You NEVER know when youre getting home. These are facts about this type job. If you're desperate, then ok.
They have been a great company to work for. There is a lot of room for advancement and they truly care about their employees. The management staff is easy to work with and working with colleagues is done openly.
Operations (Former Employee) – TX – December 11, 2017
Healthtronics is not a bad company to work for. The rating I gave it is pretty much on par with most companies in this industry. The benefits used to be good, until the company was divested from its parent company. Benefits really plummeted after that.
For the most part, nice people to work with.
Salary is low, some of the departments don't operate efficiently.
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Wisconsin – December 3, 2017
it is nice to work independently and set one own schedule.it is also very hard to deal with a 24/7 model for something that doesn't require life threatening devices. They make it look like they own your time and your life.
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – October 11, 2017
The company has changed hands so many times it is crazy how often one has to re-apply. there is a big disconnect in the operations and management. They provide poor quality vehicles for the type of work and they pay low and sometimes while away from home you don't get paid.
Electronics Technician (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – January 28, 2017
Working for Healthtronics was a joyous period for me and my family. As an electronics Technician, I was able to excel through the guidance of the Management team and was able to self improve substantially.
Relaxed environment, great team spirit atmosphere.
Company relocating to area that I could not move to at that time.
I regret working for this company. My boss was unstable and controlling. She never allowed her employees to fully develop in their role. She controlled all aspects of our jobs and then complained about her workload. When anyone in the department offered to assist with tasks she declined the assistance. Much was promised during the interview, but none of that was ever allowed to actually happen. There was a deep sense of mistrust and resentment towards younger employees.
Many different opportunities to meet new people and travel. The partners and staff were great to work with. The training experience and the connections with the Urologists in the eastern and midwest region was excellent. The knowledge about the inner workings of different hospitals and their requirements.
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – December 14, 2015
Great business model for revenue but very poor culture. Met a lot of good and caring people. The internal communication and interdepartmental rivalry wasn't conducive to healthy work enviroment or a good culture.
Mr. Robert Grimmer, VP and Supervisor (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – August 8, 2015
It was a real pleasure to work with HealthTronics. They supplied all the hands on and educational tools one could possibly ever need. They cared deeply for each employee and helped to advance them to work in different areas.