Office Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 1, 2018
The management is horrible unless you like micromanagement with rules that change often and being ridiculed in front of clients or other staff. The hourly rate is decent and the things promised at hire seemed great, however these are not what employees actually get.
LPN/ Wound Nurse (Former Employee) – Gary, IN – February 1, 2018
I worked with Restorix Health for 10 years and I had the experience of my life. I obtain great nursing experience. I was well educated and work with some of the top rated physicians in Northwest Indiana.
great pay, vacation time increased with years on the job, great management team
Hyperbaric Technician (Current Employee) – North Providence, RI – January 11, 2018
Great company full of great employees and managers who actually care about you. Very fast paced and demanding, so the days go by quick. There is always something to do or learn, and there is extensive material and resources at your disposal to do so. Some days are more frustrating than others but overall very satisfying place to work.
great staff, generous pay, lots of resources for con-ed
health insurance is awful, organization/communication can be less than ideal
Corporate Employee (Former Employee) – White Plains, NY – January 5, 2018
immediate managers are ok. they have no authority to help you. benefits are expensive and do not cover much unless you get the high plan. no raises. no incentives. very long hours with unrealistic expectations. Execs are harsh. no room for advancement. Expensive parking. They do not care what you have done for them, it is only about what you are doing for them at the moment. I felt degraded at least once per week.
Medical Assistant (wound care) (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 11, 2017
Great place to work if you love wound care and helping people. I loved working their but the manager at the Jacksonville Florida office in Riverside was horrible. She was the biggest lair I have ever met and she would lie to everyone the doctors, patients, staff and the corporate office. She was very manipulative. But as long as the money was coming in they did not care. Even some of the doctors that worked their tried to get things in order but they failed. There was a lot of discrimination going on and way to much lying. I would only recommend to work their if she is no longer the Program director. She has no clue about integrity, honesty and professionalism.
Director, Wound Care (Former Employee) – Arkansas – September 18, 2017
No work life balance at all, emails all hours of day and night. Regional manager was inexperienced & lacks management knowledge as well as basic wound care. High expectations with zero support from leadership. Horrible work environment. Nurses acting like children, tech's back talking management. Regional manager not communicating with director. Nurse manager held position she had no formal experience or training in and was not a leader.
I would not recommend working for this company. No standard disciplinary action in place.
No support from leadership, inexperienced regional manager
RESPIRATORY THERAPIST/HBO TECH (Current Employee) – La Quinta, CA – July 23, 2017
I work for Restorix in La Quinta California. Great people, great team, great management. I drive about 98 miles a day but it equals to about driving in traffic in LA. What makes the drive bearable for me is the awesome team I work with. Work environment and team work at this location is fantastic.
LPN/HBO (Current Employee) – New Jersey – May 4, 2017
An employees satisfaction with this company is highly dependent upon the people you work with as well as the position you hold. I happen to have an excellent, more than understanding PD. A medical director who is actually a real person and not a "I can't even look you in the eye because I'm so much better than you" Doctor. And my coworkers watch each others backs and are real team players. Judging from the other reviews, this kind of situation is not so common within this company. The Upper management never leaves the PD alone in regards to numbers and figures. That aspect of this job makes me feel like nothing we do is in the best interest of the patient. But being in my position, I rarely have to deal with or hear from upper mgmt and being that my PD is great, I work pretty autonomously throughout my day with not a lot of stress, just so long as we are on top of our charting. The pay is directly correlated with the fact we work no weekends, holidays or hardly ever any late evenings. No real room to grow or progress in my career.
Mon-fri day schedule. Great co-workers
Career stagnation. The company only cares about the $. Less than desired salary.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Metairie, LA – April 21, 2017
worked in case management position providing support to outpatient wound clinics. Telephonic contact with patients, staff, providers and referral sources. enjoyed working with patients and staff to resolve issues and concerns.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Middletown, NY – February 10, 2017
Most enjoyable part of my job is my patients that I meet every day. I get to know so many patients and their families. I enjoy people in general. I enjoy working in a fast paced, very busy office. I do not like being still or bored.
Collection Specialist (Former Employee) – White Plains, NY – December 8, 2016
Practically a revolving door where even directors are not safe. Managers and directors RELY on kissing up not working to keep their jobs safe. Blame is passed around from one department to the next like warm bread before dinner every month and somehow the right people are still never held accountable. Terrible management and office culture all around but especially at the corporate office. Once i found a better job I left ASAP; Restorix didnt deserve two weeks notice before I left because I've seen them fire good hard working people giving them about 15 minutes notice just to save a lazy directors job.