Event Manager (Current Employee) – San Carlos, CA – February 21, 2018
Have always enjoyed working for Onsite Health and believe that the company has always had my best interests and the best interests of its employees and patients at the fore-front of their operations at all times.
Great teamwork and camaraderie.
Long hours at times but it comes with the territory.
This is where my career began. Not only did I learn and gain experience in the medical field, working for this company was close to my heart. Being the daughter of a veteran and working as a military contractor gave me the abilities to give back to my fellow service members and their families. Need a rewarding career, love to travel than might I suggest a career with Onsite Health.
Data Entry Specialist (Former Employee) – Crystal City, VA – May 24, 2017
This was so long ago I have little memory of this job all I remember was I was helping my step mother with her company as a data entry specialist so me being that young making 10 dollars a hour was cool enough to me
Independent Contractor (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – February 9, 2017
I prepared confidential paperwork. I learned what a lot of different documents were in the medical field. Management was not very helpful, so it was a fend for yourself. The hardest part of the job was electronically filing proper paperwork, otherwise it could mess you someone else's personal information. Most enjoyable was being with the few people that I now call close friends.
Event Manager (Current Employee) – East coast region, and the Mid-West as needed – July 13, 2016
Onsite Health is one of the most satisfying careers one could hope for. The only fault, lest one thrives on it, is the travel. Doesn't make for a well balanced home/work life. The gratitude and praise received after every event from the client was almost compensation enough. Cooperate offices are always very personable and helpful when needed, along with ensuring every tool or option possible was available. Major company with a Mom and Pop feel!
Excellent company, structured phenomenally well, typically working with thee U.S. Army it is always satisfying .
CMA/ Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – January 26, 2016
Great place to work, great staff, very professional organization, compensation is great to for a part time, co-workers vary, but overall they are very professional...most enjoyable part of the job is working with the soldiers that protect and serve for this great country we live in.
Medical Administrative Assistance/ Lab Tech (Current Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – January 18, 2016
I enjoy working with the Soldiers and making a different in their life.I over seen 170 Soldier through the day taking vital sign, height and weight. As a group we worked together giving venipuncture blood drawing and fingerstick with CardioChek / Cholestech
I learn how to get better fingerstick and venipuncture with smaller vein. The hardest part of this job, you not able to find breaks in between
Medical Tech (Current Employee) – CA – August 13, 2015
The people we work with are nice; the reservists are generally polite and fun to be around. The coworkers are always changing and in this type of job it seems like its easy for flaky people to breeze in and out without consequence. On the flip side it is also difficult for people with proven commitment to attending company events to advance in a career here. The salary/compensation as a BSN prepared RN is awful, $21.00/hr. At Kindred or Vibra, working full time you can earn at least ten dollars more per hour, much more if you work at UCSD, Scripps, Sharp, etc. I would suggest this company for a new grad RN looking to gain experience and money to start paying down those bills. But at this time management seems too disorganized to be able to recognize and compensate adequately the well-qualified staff who consistently show up to events. It's too bad, since this could have been a vehicle for many with professional degrees to advance their careers.
Easiest $21.00 an hour ever
Communication is infrequent and inconsistent, can't rely on job as consistent source of income
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Bourne, MA – August 12, 2015
I fully enjoyed this job. The management were informative and helpful. Every time I was called to work with this company, new people would be there I leaned how to work as a team with new people with confidence.
Medical Technician (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – July 11, 2015
Though this is a company that allows a flexible work schedule, the events are few and far between. The pay is decent but taxes are not with held and it is wise for anyone contractor working for the company to keep that in mind for the tax season. The average time to receive pay from an event is about a month.