Heartland Dental, LLC Employee Reviews
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Initially there was an achievable bonus system. Then over time they constantly raised the bar to an unrealistic goal. Upper Management pushed policies that only reflected the bottom line.
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Facility English -Spanish translation for patients. Able to answer the phone and made phone call to the patients. Prepared timely to morning HUDDLE and bring all information.Monitor scheduling and chart daily. X-Rays/photos/diagnodent. Support Doctor.Fabriceted crown, veneers, dentures (impresison). Treat Invisalign, bleaching, coord with LAb,Organized area w/employees.training new employees.coordinated meeting.(DR/DA's). less
Meeting every single Tuesday.
I work with decent people (mostly). Management does not portray company values. Hardest part of the job is dealing with the corporate office and management. The most enjoyable part is having the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives. Currently looking for a position to exit the company.
Official response from Heartland Dental, LLCDecember 19, 2019
Thank you so much for taking time to leave your feedback! I'm glad to hear that you enjoyed working with the staff and patients at the office. I'm sorry to hear about the issues you had with upper management and have brought it up with our market leaders.
Heartland dental care is a great company to work for, but like all has its cons. If you are lucky enough to get a good team in a team playing office, with a honest and hard working doctor you will flourish. However, if you aren't so lucky and find yourself in a bind meaning a downfallen office that is refusing to take patients and work hard, it is very hard to transfer offices. I can say that working here is hard work, but if you are willing to work really hard and long hours its a great place. Like I mentioned before I had a horrible experience entering the company for a second time due to the office I was put in.
health ins, free dental minus lab fees
short breaks, long hours, some bad offices
Assisting Dr., putting patients at ease. The most difficult part is leaving a practice and all the patient relationships that were developed and fellow employees. My difficult part is not wanting to fail the office, doctor or the patient.
Flexible work schedule, continuing education.
Pay restrictions, Late hours.
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