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About the company

  • CEO
    Rose M. Lopez, MBA, CPA
  • Founded
    1973
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare

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Rating overview

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Reviews

Medical Receptionist in Tucson, AZ
on June 22, 2021
Very supportive. Decent pay. They are patient and willing to work with you. There is always someone willing to help. There are no "stupid questions."
Counselor in Arizona
on May 2, 2021
Company training was adequate and so was their hiring process. Left position due to lack of guidance by management. Many opportunities for training and decent pay.
RECOVERY COACH in Tucson, AZ
on May 23, 2020
The CEO standing at an all staff meeting telling a case manager to balance their time better after she expressed a concern about case loads and feeling they were too high with client needs and amount of paperwork to submit. They only care about billable encounters and it is hostile, even if you are meeting their quotas, don't expect any loyalty from them if something happens that you get overwhelmed with. They want their money. Employee potlucks you have to bring your own food in for, what time did you want them to cook that as they were driving all over the county trying to meet your clients? Terrible reimbursement on vehicle wear and tear. Your expected to transport clients and if they bring bed bugs or break anything in your car: oh, that's why you have to have insurance. They don't cover it. I put 15K miles on my car in a year. Not worth the pay, the time consumption and the uselessness of the Admin. Insane place to work it will consume your life and they do not care. Worst place I have worked behavioral health in 17 yrs of experience. Don't work there.
Recovery Coach in Tucson, AZ
on April 18, 2020
Constant changes from staff members and supervisors, no stability. I think everyone tries to do their best based on the circumstances and changes. Room for advancement, opportunities within the company. Bonus provided on and off, depending on changes/funding. Workplace is fun and supportive.
Residential Behavior Coach in Tucson, AZ
on December 16, 2019
I've acquired valuable behavioral health experience with this company. There is a lot to learn and coworkers are helpful. There are opportunities for overtime at various Intermountain locations.

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