I worked for this company 15 years ago. So I cannot adequately speak to the company as it is now. I hear both good and bad things (as with any job). So I cannot provide any good insight as to the work culture now.
PCR (Former Employee) – Canonsburg, PA – September 24, 2018
There is NO job security at NC-CBO. The management is dirty and very nasty. They get rid of the hard workers and keep the ones who are lazy and trouble makers. Harassment (OF ANY KIND) is NOT taken seriously! The manager staff will actually encourage a hostile work environment. The management will make sure you do not get personal bonuses, by the way if you don't get this specific bonus, the managers will get that money. Go online and you can find a site dedicated to ex workers and what their experiences were. Wish I would have taken heed before I accepted a position.
Medical Billing and Collections Specialist (Current Employee) – Canonsburg, PA – September 21, 2018
I work 7-3:30 M-F I have been in two different departments since I have been there and they have grown so much but have not hired enough people to do the job well. The people that work there most are looking due to low pay and overworked. Worst part is not having the equipment to do the job well old computers old printers that keep braking down. I like talking to different people and helping them to understand there insurance or answering there billing questions.
Student Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee) – Meadville, PA – August 14, 2018
The employees at this clinic always put the needs of the patients first. Patient care is their top priority. They are very good at their jobs and maintain good patient-caretaker relationships while still having fun.
Patient Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – July 18, 2018
No one seems to believe in "team work"...certain jobs for certain people. No real working together/helping each other out. Some appear to feel that certain job duties and/or responsibilities are "beneath" them...They have a title and/or degree!
PATIENT SERVICE SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 4, 2018
I feel I had to do way too much for little pay. There is barely any support to get the job done. The office has no structure and allows things to get chaotic. There is a lot of administrative work to do but you have to also greet, check in patient's and answer phones. You have to try and find time to do things that actually need to get done to make sure the facility is reimbursed for services rendered.
My typical work day is verifying insurances, answering phones, greeting patients, setting them up for different exercises and doing wash and refilling supplies. I have learned some of the treatment exercises that could help me in personal life. The management is good but sometimes it is not family oriented if there is family issues. I can honestly say the hardest part of the job maybe getting use to the new system. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with the patients and helping them feel better.
X-Ray Technologist (Former Employee) – Lester, PA – April 29, 2018
I was the xray tech for 6yrs at this location. When new management took over, their only goal was to terminate entire staff in which within 6months they were successful. It became a very stressful work environment after new mng took over. That is why you will see xray job posts every 6 months.
Full time licensed Physical Therapist (Former Employee) – West Chester, OH – April 27, 2018
Novacare was a great place for me to start out, get my feet wet, and figure out how to work as a team the most efficiently that I could.MY coworkers were all extremely bright and made working there easier.