Company growing quickly and may be forgetting loyal employees along the way.
Medical Transcriptionist II (Former Employee) – Janesville, WI – July 14, 2018
Had a good run with the company enjoying over 16 years of service. It was disappointing when my position as a medical transcriptionist ended that there was not a position where I would be able to make a lateral move in order to keep the income I had worked hard to gain.
The department had flexibility in order to have time off when needed usually.
Supervisor seemed intimidated by some staff in the department
TECHNOLOGIST (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – May 30, 2018
The hardest part of this job is walking in the door. Job performance is scrutinized daily, what I once enjoyed about working here has slowly been replaced with acrimony. Management has turned over and while compassionate, doesn't understand what they manage so the antagonizers get away with a lot. The department equipment needs maintenance and IT desperately needs to upgrade desktop systems.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Rockford, IL – May 25, 2018
Overall, the company is an okay place to work. I have been given the opportunity to acquire certifications that will help me in the future. In general, they require a lot out of the employees and the work life balance could use some improvement.
Radiology Assistant (Former Employee) – Janesville, WI – April 16, 2018
Pay was awful, management was terrible, never took employees advise on how to improve. Management also violated hippa and talked about other employees. Very immature and played favorites. Raises were few and far between.
RN (Former Employee) – Williams Bay, WI – April 8, 2018
Too small nurses cherry pick assignments and don't work as a team. Especially the weekend group who sits at the nurses station eating all day. Unmotivated and perfectly ok watching you run while they sit around
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Rockford, IL – April 3, 2018
We had many nurses quit at once that went unreplaced. We doubled our patients last year and we were severely short staffed with little care from management. Now there are 7 new grads starting all going to the same shift with very little experienced nurses.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Janesville, WI – February 9, 2018
I would start day reviewing MD schedule, checking for times of procedures, room patient, obtain vitals, reviewing meds and updating EMR. Inform MD pt ready. order any labs or tests needed for patient. I worked 18 years in Urology and learned so much. Such as, finding a kidney stone on an X-ray and knowing what I was viewing on a prostate ultrasound. Oncology was very informative, unfortunately I was not there long enough. There was typically someone around if I had questions such as my co workers or the doctor. The hardest part was losing a patient. The most enjoyable part was the laughter and making life long friends. You were sometimes at the mercy of your department nursing supervisor or MD you worked with.
Being at the mercy of the nursing supervisor or MD your working with.
Job involves ongoing complex patient case management skills.
Ambulatory RN Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – February 2, 2018
The care coordinator position provided daily variety and challenges. There was opportunity to impact patient transition through coordination with multiple disciplines and collaboration with providers. The position responsibilities were evolving so that the job description continually changed.
Freedom and control over work times.
Management did not understand all aspects of the job.