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.
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.
Polysomnographic Technician (Former Employee) – Lake Geneva, WI – July 17, 2017
Doctors and co-workers were great. Supervisor was absent for several months. As soon as she returned everything went absolutely south. It seems the worst people for the job are always the ones with the jobs...making life miserable for those around them.
therapist (Former Employee) – McHenry County, IL – June 19, 2017
micromanager. does not lead by example. do as I say and not as I do leadership if you want to call it leadership. her name is amy. everyone is not happy in the departments. I tried to find happiness there but it didn't happen until I left.
Claims Examiner (Former Employee) – Janesville, WI – February 12, 2017
Low pay, high employee turnover rate. Management gives no respect to employees. Employees are reluctant to bring up issues or new ideas for fear of treatment from management and HR. Poor training and miserable work environment!
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Illinois – January 16, 2017
Management has been the worst in my entire work history. Unreliable to support you as a coworker make you feel guilty for taking a sick day. Asking for vacation is nearly impossible even though you are entitled to it. Make you work in different offices without any training leave you to figure it out on your own and expect for good reviews. Meaningless monthly meetings in where you voice your concerns but nothing gets resolved. They don't recognize your hard work but always expect for you to give more and more. Yearly reviews and raises are always disappointing due to they will give you poor review on how you did so the raise is close to nothing they are never in the office to see your daily work but they will review you basically with eyes closed.
Registrar (Former Employee) – Lake Geneva, WI – October 7, 2016
Management inexperienced and devious. Management the source of all drama. No management skills. They were put in position by each other. Skills and creditability lacking. It is like working in a high school for the mean girls. They belittle, make fun and break confidentiality for the drama of it. A person's skills, qualities or reputation does not matter. Abusive. Very Hostile. Supervisor uses HR as a whipping tool and HR is not on the side of the employee. No help, no support. Disappointing for a Healthcare facility.
Windows Server Support II (Former Employee) – Janesville, WI – September 27, 2016
Overall a very good place to work.
The position I had required a good amount of over time, after hours, and weekend work which was all part of the job.
Most enjoyable part of the job was the challenge of successfully implementing new software and being able to troubleshoot and successfully fix issues. Another enjoyable part was the flexibility I had with my work schedule.
Cant' say due to inevitable retribution... (Current Employee) – Not saying due to unavoidable revenge if found – September 18, 2016
Extremely hostile work environment! Directors, (yes, directors), won't do anything about it since THEY are walking the razor's edge. NOT a good place to work... KEEP LOOKING!!! Take it from a current employee who's trying desperately to get out!
They pay well but that veneer wears through pretty quick...
Very hostile work environment!!! No support from upper mgmt or hr!!!
Medical Coding Specialist (Former Employee) – Illinois – June 3, 2016
The hardest part of the job was keeping up with new health care laws. I worked with a great team of co workers, It was rewarding to be able to read operative notes and code these correctly and making and helping our physicians work easier.