Health Information Management Specialist (Former Employee) – Lynn, MA – July 11, 2018
Simple and easy going job • Focused on patient security or privacy Checked in patients .Faxed documents to other physician, Schools and Jobs. Identified current and future information needs. Collected, Recorded, Stored, Processed, Accessed Data. Scanned information into OnBase..
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Lynn, MA – April 15, 2018
This health center is very diverse which is very good and work can be simple. but management cares very little about you and have made some terrible hiring decisions in the past. other than that and the incredible flow of patient, is good. The CEO is awesome though.
Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Lynn, MA – April 10, 2018
I loved working at LCHC, issue was management. my direct manager was very passive aggressive and immature. Disrespectful to doctors, nurses, MA's, no matter age/experience nothing. Spoke down on everyone and had trouble communicating properly with her staff. hardly ever spoke up for her team. Changes were made on a weekly basis without any regard to us
I did love my coworkers though. everyone got along great, very team and homey oriented which I miss very much!
I learned a lot here about cultures, fast-paced clinic. Hardest part of work was when an emergency happened and no one knew what to do. it sucked! most enjoyable, my coworkers, parties, holiday events, making patients happy, helping out patients and feeling like you make a difference in their lives.
co-workers, events, patients who look up to you, some benefits/discounts, breaks are long
nurse manager, management, weekly changes, talking down to your staff
Community Health Worker (Current Employee) – Lynn, MA – January 9, 2018
My current boss is 1/2 my age and very immature. She cusses and plays immature jokes on her subordinates and thinks they're funny. | could be all my coworkers mothers and the atmosphere in the office is not friendly. All my coworkers are Spanish and talk Spanish all the time. I am not bilingual and I think it's rude to have constant conversations in the room when not everyone speaks their language. All in all, the only reasons I took this job was for the pay and the convenience to my home.
Desktop Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Lynn, MA – December 16, 2017
the wasn't much things to learn at the IT department at the work place, there technology was not that modern, pretty difficult culture to understand at workplace, the hardest part of the job was dealing with the higher management.
Reception/Appointment Clerk (Former Employee) – Lynn, MA – June 11, 2017
Good place for out of school people, where they can gain some experience in being a receptionist or medical assistant. I worked as a receptionist part time, greeting the patients, verifying their information, booking their appointments
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Lynn, MA – May 24, 2015
I have nothing nice to say. I started to work here right after HS. If I would have known there were better places who treat their employees with dignity, I would have left much sooner. Keep away from here.
Management: They need to treat their employees better. There is a lot of looking down on people, theres no respect and management speaks to you as if you were a child.
Diverse group of people, very pleasant to work with. Great benefits, workers comp and union based. Needs improvement in their security level
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Lynn, MA – March 29, 2015
A typical day at work consists of going through your patient's chart and identifying patient needs. Stocking rooms with supplies. Rooming patients and providing necessary equipment/instruments. Preforming vital signs and point of care. Interpreting, documenting, and appointment scheduling. What I have learned in this job is to handle my task in a timely manner, while providing quality care to patients. My co-workers are a diverse group of people, who are fun to work with. The hardest part of my job would be not being able to meet a patients need. The most enjoyable part of my job is when a patient feels we have met their needs.
Facilities Manager (Current Employee) – Lynn, MA – April 16, 2014
completing task daily is very typical but slowing down the process to let the end user show what their needs are is more important. management has a open door policy from the director of the company to the middle management, my co workers are very cultural 32 different cultures lot of diversity here good place to learn peoples culture and personalities. hardest part of any managers job is to disaplend your staff learning to talk with them and listen on what they want before any issue gets out of hand works well. most enjoyable part is the completion of projects and the employees thankful for the work you have done is great feeling to myself that we completed a task on time and under budget.
freedom of what ever i want to do first on projects unless there is a time frame.
some times to many chefs in the kitchen, not knowing what they want is difficult to complete task