Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Benicia, CA – January 3, 2019
The days you are able to work are flexible which is nice but I took a job with this company as my company was changing to a new facility that did not employ its own X-ray techs. This was the only way I could continue to work with my coworkers.
None (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – February 12, 2019
Any job with inexperienced people in high places is going to be chaotic and Radiology Partners is no exception. There is very little training with extremely high expectations in a sometimes volatile environment. They are extremely lacking in work life balance emails at all hours of the night, working while on vacation, working while sick, you name it.
Good pay depending on who you are, allow you to work from home but also another way to keep you working all the time
Extremely stressful, high expectations with little support, non existent worklife balance
Sales (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – October 21, 2018
This is a a growing company that lacks structure. The turn around rate is very high typical length of employment is 4-6 months. There is extreme favoritism between pods, making the environment hostile. With all the new changes going on, we were being micromanage to the point were it makes it very difficult to work there. Seniority doesn’t apply In this practice. Be ready to get a 15cents raise of you work here!
Work hours- 5 minutes grace period, monthly group parties
Low raises, lack of structure, bad management, hostile
Will expect you to do some illegal things or pretend you dont see
Hospital Credentialing Specialist (Former Employee) – Harvey, IL – September 3, 2018
Working for my team wasn't so bad if you can handle not being trained, with very little support. You are pressured to get almost impossible deadlines met, with few tools to make you successful. The treatment is unfair, there is no standard of treatment. Lots of favoritism. You are expected to treat the doctors like royalty and complete documents for them on their behalf. Lots of favoritism and corruption.
Alot of corruption, contracts are made before doctors can be properly credentialed
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – August 9, 2018
In the year that I've been with the company, there is major favoritism among employees. I've seen coworkers sitting on project status all day while walking around socializing with others in the office.
I previously worked for a family practice where the doctors were bias and the co-workers were not always positive. Here our radiologist are sincere and concerned about not only our professional health, but our personal well being. In my 3+ years I had the pleasure of working with a diverse group of people with complex jobs, but contagious positive attitudes. The mural of the company is welcoming everyday and more so through our rough patches of overwhelming workloads. HR are helpful with many of my life changing events, and management has made the transition from working as a Results Communication Associate to Radiology Coordinator seamless. We are consistently rewarded for our hard work, and acknowledged for our dedication to the company. I would recommend my family and friends to apply for employment with the company, as well as recommending our radiologist for related medical care.
great atmosphere; some company paid benefits; opportunity for promotions
Customer Service Analyst (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – April 12, 2018
A very good place to work. If you have a pet you can bring them to work. If you enjoy great parties and happy hour, you would love to work there. The manager are excellent trainers, very considered about your getting the job done correctly the first time.
Interface Developer (Current Employee) – El Segundo, CA – March 4, 2018
Rad Partners pays well but has challenges. The company has siloed thinking and communication between departments is not very efficient. However, while face paced and competitive, I didn't have much stress on the Job.
Collector (Former Employee) – El Segundo – December 15, 2017
I left a great job to come to Radiology Partners.management is horrible. Reaching out to higher management with no success. knowledge of management way under-qualified. Very unorganized. HR was no help either
Fast paced, but a little unorganized and a bit stressful
Radiology Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lombard, IL – September 7, 2017
As an RSC it is difficult to describe or review this job. We carried out many responsibilities and in the time I was there we started with a light workflow which then turned into a heavy one. I learned that I could operate well under stress, but constant stress eventually gave way to burnout. If there is one thing this place needs it is organization. I constantly found myself in a place where schedules or protocols were put into place at the last minute or sometimes not at all. Even after voicing concerns this still happened. This is a job where you need to be on your toes from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave.
Implementation Specialist (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – August 30, 2017
Fast paced, busy practice that took like time to train and explain the whole picture. Their lack of teamwork and "it's not your job" attitude was difficult at best. Home/work balance was difficult to deal with. Always being expected to check email and answer at all hours of the day. Travel was intensive. Sometimes going from one site to another without a chance to go home.
Thank you for your review. Positions related to implementations do require higher travel and on-call needs, but we are transparent up front to all candidates in an implementation role. We are sorry to hear you experienced a lack of teamwork at Radiology Partners. Teamwork is one of our practice values and has contributed to our success. We take your review seriously and would like to know more about your experience and how we can improve. Please email us at HR@radpartners.com
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A place to really help out hospitals/out patient centers
Radiology Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Lombard, IL – August 1, 2017
Everyday we answer phone calls from techs and doctors who need help,remote into computers and trouble shoot for doctors if needed, connect doctors on critical calls with critical findings, make sure exams are read in a timely matter, make sure patient information on orders are correct, make sure we are getting orders and images from the sites,make sure final reports are sent to the sites, I have learned how to trouble shoot into someone's computer along with ways to see why a doctor's PC may be acting slow, will call sites to sometimes resend images on STAT exams or for more patient history so the doctors can diagnose properly also make sure we get the patients' signs and symptoms due to billing purposes, This company is currenly gaining lots of more sites and are learning to make sure we get the information on how their workflow goes and how to explain to the techs on how the workflow works to send us orders and images. I have learned how to tell when a VPN tunnel for a site may need to be bounced if things are not flowing through properly.
work with great doctors, good benefits, nice co workers, sometimes free dinner
clock out for breaks but still have to work during break, no help with coverage when needed, under staffed
Thank you for the very detailed review. This is very helpful to candidates interested in learning about the Radiology Services Coordinator position. Happy to hear you enjoy the physicians and your co-workers. We have shared your feedback with management in order to improve the “cons” listed. We appreciate you taking the time to share your experience as a Radiology Services Coordinator.