I worked at radnet march of 2017 and stopped working there 06/2017. It was good as far as work is concerned they cross trained me in a lot of things than in june of 2017 and whole group of us got called in to the managers office and discontinued the whole department for no valid reason people that have been there for years were let go the girl who trained me was let go and she had been there for 6 years. They gave us severance packages and pretty much told us to be on our way but they encouraged us to go back and apply for other positions. I will never waste my time on that company you put your hard earned work in to the company just for them to let you go like that bad place to work. Never again!
Stressful always feel you are walking on eggshells
Rather not say (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 15, 2018
Experience tech felt like I was always on egg. When you make a mistake you get lecture so long and makes it hard to move forward. Favoritism pushed in your face, so you feel less than nothing. Lecture in front of others, rarely taken to a side bar .
Favoritism, stressful, taking on PSR responsibilities when you should be focused on techs responsibilities
Scheduler (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 12, 2018
This company over works you. You sit at a computer 8 hrs a day straight you get a 30 min break but work a extra 30 mins to make it up. Management act like they don't want to be bothered once your trained. No yearly raises like they promise you when your hired. No matter how hard you work. They don't care about the patients it's all about the money. It's a job if you want experience, but is it worth your health and sanity? your only allowed to call out sick twice a yr, but for employees that are cool with management call out how much they please. You can have a doctors note and they will still terminate you trust me I've seen it done numerous amount of times.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 1, 2018
A typical day at work at radnet can be a very productive day. Greeting and interacting with patients in a fast paced environment. Registering and prepping patients are various modalities.
Everyday is a new challenge, as a PSR you learn new principles each day pertaining each patient's modalities.
Management is consistent and supportive to the needs staff and patients.
Workplace culture is a wonderful and positive atmosphere to work in. Teamwork makes the dream work.
The hardest part of the job, is when a patient is schedule for an exam, e.g. MRI, CAT scan, X-ray, Ultrasound, Mammogram or Bone density and patient has never been to our facility before, therefore no patient history, or they do not a copy of their prescription and the time constraints to locate their referring doctor to obtain a Verbal Order so that the patient can be facilitated.
Great team environment is the most enjoyable part of the job.
Very disrespectful management. Worst place I've ever worked in my life.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – May 23, 2018
Very poor management. Was not treated very kindly. No respect. Fast paste watches fine I don't mind working in that type of environment. But it would be nice to be treated like I'm a human and that I have a life as well. And I don't like to be threatened. Which I was threatened.
Employed (Former Employee) – South Carolina – May 22, 2018
Long hours. Days, weekends and nights. 12 years. Left the company with three weeks of vacation and not reembursed. Poor management. I felt left-alone in the dark. Management is more interested in partying than supporting the troops.
Technician (Former Employee) – Montgomery County, MD – May 9, 2018
Company's Work Ethic is that the employees DO NOT matter. You are a body and you fill a space. Do your job don't ask questions. The cost of living goes up everyday and every year but employees are never benefited with raises or bonuses or job advancement. Overworked and underpaid is an understatement at this company. The sad part is this company uses the money that they should pay their employees to monopolize and buyout all surrounding Radiology centers. Corporate America at its finest. CEOs living High but they should repent for treating people the way they do. Do not work for this company if you value your self-worth and skill-set!
My coworkers were very nice and believed in teamwork.
Diagnostic Imaging Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 7, 2018
I recommend anybody to work at RadNet. Very nice people, highly organized and believe in teamwork. The radiologists were very cordial and easy to work with. I was very happy at RadNet. I wish I could still work there.
Supervisor/Team Leader (Former Employee) – NY – April 14, 2018
No training program Constant change and restructuring no management high turnover worked weekends often staff positions never refilled when personal left constant tearing down of not being able to run reports correctly the first time
Radiology Technologist (Current Employee) – Beverly Hills, CA – March 28, 2018
Each location has its own rules and procedures. Some being very busy to some being extremely slow. As well as, having individual interpretations of guidelines. You have to be adaptable and flexible, and do the work you are there to do. A very diverse community with strong personalities.
Customer Service Billing (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – March 26, 2018
The company itself is a good company. The managers is rude, do not have any leadership skills to have the position she is in. They are not fair when choosing advancement opportunities. They hire and promote friends; just is not fair at all.
clinical (Current Employee) – santa monica – March 8, 2018
No pay increase does make it difficult to want to move up. There is opportunity to learn, meet great people, and collaborate but the feeling os being stuck in position without pay advancement is the con.
Medical Records/technician/PSR (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – March 2, 2018
This company offers no advancement whatsoever. There are also no raises. They'll tell you it's based on Merritt but no matter how many tasks you do it won't happen. Vehicle vandalism has happened in the parking lot, they are not responsible. You are overworked for little pay