Screener (Current Employee) – Newport News Point, VA – November 12, 2018
great place to work ,management always willing to help . fast paced ,screen 40 clients on average sometimes up to 150, ok part time job .sometimes wrk 10hr days, team consist of 4-6 people no benefits no consistent hours
Quality Control Specialist, Temporary (Current Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – October 30, 2018
The job was processing Phlebotomy test results and reviewing them for error so members could get their correct test results. I was Hired on as a Temp and I really enjoyed the job. It was the work and the team I had interaction with that made the day.
Heath Screener & Educator (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – October 25, 2018
I was trained and never received one job for months. I was told i would be called for shadowing i was never called. I received emails in reference to working the most busiest days of the year I never received any work. I was told i would work at least 3 days a month i did not work any.
Seasonal Certified Traveling Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – October 10, 2018
A fun place to work for with many places to visit and work at the same time! Lots of travel and many new people and new co workers! I have been to many beautiful cities in the US, and it was very interesting.
Sr. Quality Control Rep (Former Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – July 11, 2018
I enjoyed working with other departments and help to thrive in making workflow seamlessly as possible. I liked to work with Microsoft Office to help make work easily for new hires like creating New Hire Manuals for the Department and also collaborated with helping out another department with theirs. I also enjoyed in improving the work flow and improvement and spreadsheets to record workflow.
I just felt that there was lack of recognition where improvement for the department and workflow was made.
Great company to work for but seems a little disorganized
PRN Health Screening Technician (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 24, 2018
Great company to work for with great compensation but have to drive yourself to most work locations which are usually outside of your city. You do get compensated nicely for out of town trips. My last manager was great and organized. The top ranks of this company seem a bit disorganized and they do a lot of reorganizing of the positions above mine but that didn't effect my job too much. Overall, good experience though.
Lead Biometric Screener (Former Employee) – Owings Mills, MD – May 30, 2018
Interactive Health was an innovative experience for me as a Team Lead and Biometric Screener. I was able to work with many Fortune 500 companies and leaders within the community and interact with their employees to meet the company and employee needs.
Logistics Coordinator (Account Management (Former Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – February 16, 2018
Unfortunately, if they paid more this job would be ideal. Outside of the micro-managing from some supervisors and the low compensation, this job was great. They allowed alot of flexibility and great benefits.
Free occasional lunches, flexible, benefits, work life balance
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – February 5, 2018
Team of people i worked with and mangers were great every one got along. Work days went quickly with the amount of patients we interacted with. I would recommend this company for any one looking for employment.
Interactive Health is really busy September - December. The rest of the months are pretty relaxed. Management is pretty laid back with more of an "as long as you get your job done" mentality. There are opportunities to work from home as long as you pull your weight and the co-workers and culture here is fantastic. The main issue is that, while IH is growing, it is still a small company and there aren't many opportunities for advancement unless someone else leaves