Lousy pay, most supervisors have less experience than the people they supervise. No formal training. No one liked to share any knowledge because they thought you might take their job. They hired a lot of people with no medical experience or claims experience so if you want some experience and are willing to accept $12.00 an hour, go for it but trust no one.
They want total silence in the office it’s so quiet I fell asleep constantly
Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) – Athens, GA – June 11, 2018
They do not pay you enough for all the work they require you to do. I feel like it is very micro managed. You are constantly working all kinds of reports on top of all the orders that come in. And training for new hires is not what you would expect.
This company is out to rob Medicare/Medicaid at every oppurtunity
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Aberdeen, WA – June 11, 2018
I worked for this company for an extended period of time and learned to hate them for how they do business. Their whole purpose is to get as much reimbursement out of the medicare/medicaid system by getting doctors to write prescriptions for equipment that was generally unnecessary. We were directed to put off clients returning equipment so they would keep it long enough for medicare to purchase the equipment from us at exaggerated prices.
Upper management really wasn't concerned with the patients and it really broke my heart. Turn over in this position was tremendous and center management was usually someone unqualified for the job. I felt like the District Managers put these unqualified people into the center manager positions so they would be easy to control and lacked the courage to challenge them.
Good place to start if you want to work days, unlike hospital jobs
Medical Service Technician (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – May 28, 2018
Great job to learn about the busy healthcare field. Long hours with lots of responsibility. On-call is what would be a major concern for new hire---lots of 3-4 hour sleep nights. Not a job for a single parent with full time parental duties. The patients and the people you work with are what make this job so enjoyable.
Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) – Largo, FL – May 24, 2018
the culture was a blast, the team leads and the managers there were great people, fun to work with, on a slow day we would be able to play a game or two for rewards every once in awhile. if my at home life didnt effect work and the pay was better i would still be working there.
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Lewiston, ME – May 22, 2018
I worked for Lincare for a year and a half. I was told that I would be promoted to Sr Tech. Never happened. New employees were hired at $2.00 more per hour. I was told my raise was frozen. Another lie. Upper management never returned phone calls. I loved the job and being on my own. Could not stand the disrespect. Not a good place unless your a kiss up
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Endicott, NY – May 21, 2018
I worked at Lincare for 4 yrs. Very close knit group. I still am friends with people I worked with. Maybe going back with company. I learned a lot about the insurance system Medicare Best part of job was people I worked with & the people you met on job.