PATH Integrated Healthcare
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PATH Integrated Healthcare

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  • CEO
    Mike Lunt
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  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Office Coordinator in Springfield, OH
on February 18, 2021
The management starts off acting like they care about the employees but when you don’t serve their purpose anymore they let you go with no warning. The communication in this company is terrible, certain employees are favorites and the rest are treated like dirt. The environment is one of contention and distrust. I am sorry I ever worked here.
Case Manager in Lebanon, OH
on December 21, 2021
This is hands down the most unorganized and worst company I have ever seen!! There’s no communication at all from upper management especially the case manager leads. Don’t expect them to give you any guidance at all or proper training. When I started, I was supposed to be in training for 2 weeks. On my second day of employment, I was told to wait until the afternoon to come in because they didn’t know who was training me or what time I would be training. Be aware that if you are a case manager or therapist that you are on a fee for service pay model which means if you are not meeting with clients or they cancel on you, you will not get paid. They do not provide work cars and you have to use your own. You have to pay for your own liability insurance. They also do not provide you with a phone or a laptop. You have to use your personal phone to speak with your clients and I was told that I have to find WiFi somewhere. Don’t waste your time!! I left a company I was at for several years for this place. I’ve never seen anything so disorganized.
Therapist in Ohio
on November 26, 2021
The only positive things I can say is almost everyone is nice and I loved my co-workers at my site. You also have flexibility in your schedule. What you need to really know is that if you are a therapist or case-manager you are either going to be contract or fee-for-service, meaning you only get paid if the clients see you. I was not informed of how I was going to earn my money until I got to orientation. I did not make very much money working here. They offer insurance but you have to make enough in billable time just to cover it. Also you are provided with little access to supervision in your role as a mental health professional. You would have to hope they are available to meet via Zoom. You are also not offered needed trainings to earn CEUs to continue your licensure.
Office Coordinator in Ohio
on November 5, 2021
The best company I have ever worked for. Great communication, plenty of opportunities for overtime, ample room for advancement, weekly meetings on how to best serve their clients, fun events for staff and the community. I honestly don't have a single bad thing to say. If you are dedicated and hardworking, you will be rewarded.
Regional Director in Salt Lake City, UT
on October 29, 2021
I have worked for several companies over the years with several high powered positions. The toxic environment created by the VP of operations is the worst I have ever dealt with. What's unfortunate is that the company has a great heart, hard working people, great mission/intentions. And senior leadership is quite phenomenal, above the VP level. In the past 90 days, in the state of Utah, they have lost 2 Regional Directors, 1 Director of Business Development and out best case worker. There are plenty of amazing people working at the company, and I really appreciate the people I worked with. However, the backstabbing, passive aggressive, closed minded, abrasive and condescending nature of that one person placed at the appropriate level of influence overshadows all else. BEWARE! The job ended up taking over my life and being treated so terribly.

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They tried to act laid back and cool in the interview but in hindsight, it was just a mess of unprofessionalism and should’ve been an eye opener. They did not ask me any interview questions.

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