Clinical Scheduler (Former Employee) – Watertown, MA – April 8, 2019
When I started working here the environment was totally different. People were friendlier. I felt like I left my job at work at the end of the day. As time went on management changed. There was drama with workers and the managers loved to harp on it without getting the full story. So they would treat people differently due to it until it backfired. It's a LOT of micromanaging. There have been continuous complaints about manager's being in the schedule (in which this is the job that you're supposed to be doing) and they refused to get out. The clinician's are awesome. As long as you have the attitude and personality they are willing to do a lot for you. Benefits are amazing! You get 4 hours a week of earned time. But honestly it's not worth the stress. They pay what they want for who they want. The job is a certain pay and they hire people in and pay them whatever they want. There's no room for growth. Anybody in management has been friends with somebody else and pulled up to a higher position. Easy job. It can be tedious at times but as long as you're organized then you should be able to handle the job aspect of it. It's a thirty minute lunch and one break. Sometimes, the management has issues with numerous breaks if you have to use the bathroom.
Front Desk Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) – Cambridge, MA – April 7, 2019
Very fast paced working environment, Co-workers are quite helpful and manager always looks out for us. We must check in patients and answer phones , check out patients and schedule follow-ups and cardiac testing.
Clinical assistant (Current Employee) – Cambridge, MA – February 25, 2019
Excellent place to work. Family oriented. Workers work hard but work together. Looking for another job because i am planning on moving out of state. Would not be leaving if i was staying in Massachusetts
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Pathology Secretary (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – February 11, 2019
The pay scale for secretarial and administrative jobs was very low, especially when you consider the skill level they want from you. Some managers were chosen simply because no one else wanted the job rather than by their qualifications and interpersonal skills.
Mount Auburn Hospital was a good place to work at the time
Ultrasound Technologist (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – February 9, 2019
A typical day at work was doing 10-12 ultrasound exams a day and also teaching radiologist in training how to perform ultrasounds. I moved up to supervisor while working there and that was very difficult, I learned I was a better Indian than a Chief which is why I chose to leave and become a staff sonographer at Newton Wellesley hosptial.
Prior Authorization Specialist (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – October 12, 2018
People were great. Management trained well.As a private contractor , I deliver groceries to waiting customers in a timely manner. Made sure all deliveries were accurate and properly distributed. Reported any discrepancies to Instacart human resources department