Lead Radiologic Technologist/MA (Current Employee) – Youngstown, OH – April 11, 2018
I have worked here for almost 4 years and overall I like my job. Some days can be extremely hectic but other days are good. No job is perfect. They try to create a sense of family with parties, picnics, etc. I would choose to work here 1000 more times over working in a hospital again! I don’t plan on leaving. :)
COLUMBUS (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – June 27, 2018
They quickly teach you and then turn you loose and ask un imaginable quota's of you. Expect you to just know how to do something and look down on you when you ask questions. They set you up for failure.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Dyersburg, TN – February 13, 2018
In the medical field you will always have job security. Sadly patients come in to see a provider more than once usually. I grew attached and even grew love for several patients. Caring for the patients is what made everyday of my job worth every minute.
Hometown Urgent Care is a fairly new company entering an industry that is very difficult to gain market share in. Management style and focus is very dynamic and is constantly learning how to execute differently based on on-going experiences. Organizational structure was still being figured out when I was there but the people I worked for directly were very accommodating and supportive while holding their employees to realistic expectations.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Portage, MI – October 8, 2017
I personally love the people I work with and they’re more like family than coworkers after spending so much time with them. When you’re willing to work with others, they do same for you. Consider the source on some the negative reviews. They were most likely fired or quit. But hometown tries to be there for its employees more than any other company I’ve worked for. And if you go to management with a concern or issue they always see it through. I’ve worked here for over a year and they’ve worked with me through personal issues that most places probably wouldn’t have. They genuinely care about the level of patient care and I respect that about this company.
Plenty of hours, room for growth, caring coworkers
Don’t always get a break, the schedule is different
MA/PCC (Current Employee) – Milford, OH – August 5, 2017
Milford location has a great team. Everyone works together to make sure jobs are done at a timely manner, helping each other out as much as possible. All team members are friendly and have a fun sense of humor which is great to have in a work place. Great place to work overall.
Flexable with PTO request, staff that is understanding to "life happens."
PCC/MA (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 20, 2017
Great company to work for! Every company has people who will bring the company down, but I love the people I work for and my managers are awesome! They listen to what you are saying instead of just blowing you off. I love the work schedule here and my work family!
Provider (Current Employee) – Groveport, OH – July 18, 2017
The most enjoyable aspects of my job are (in no particular order) my team, the flow of work and my lovely patients, the environment I work in, and not knowing who or what will come in through the doors.
Patient Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Delaware – July 18, 2017
I absolutely love working for Hometown Urgent Care. I would recommend this as a job to anyone. The management in Columbus is extremely impressive compared to other jobs. If they feel you are doing an awesome job, there is usually a reward such as lunch or coffee. Working with my coworkers is an enjoyable part of the day. We have an awesome team and support group. If there are questions there is always someone to answer it, such as another location or corporate. Some days can be more stressful than others when you have a good number of patients walk in, but what is nice is the next day is a NEW day and a NEW start.
Regional Director of Operations (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 13, 2017
Love working with my team in Cincinnati!
Everyone at our corporate office is positive, friendly and responsive. Which - as a manager who has a clinical team to support (consisting of Providers, PCCs, MAs, and RTs) - having that kind of support makes a world of difference in the role of "manager"!
Favorite part of my job is engaging with my staff, encouraging them, empowering them, and effectively bringing change to the organization as we trial different programs, vendors, and services to the company.
It's nice having a position where I can be creative in what I do, to better benefit my staff, and our patients!
There was no training and the office manager played favorites. He even watched workers play video games on their cell phones and talked about the characters they were. Instead of getting my training or work getting done, co-workers were either on their cell phones or computers. Even Human Resources was a joke. This whole company is a joke.Best advice is DONT work for them !!!
RT/MA (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – June 8, 2017
I liked my job very much and am grateful for everything I learned. Training employees properly is a huge problem. People cannot be expected to figure it out on the job without guidance. This is why things are done differently at each site.
Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Portage, MI – April 21, 2017
Hometown Urgent Care is one of the most unprofession al companies that I have ever worked for. Both management and co-workers are deceitful and seem to have nothing better to do at work than to gossip about the other employees that worked for the company. If I wanted this kind of drama I would have stayed in grade school!!