Physician Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 12, 2018
Resurgens is a great place to gain needed skills as a Physician Assistant. You will be put directly to work. You will take call 5-6 weekend per year and one holiday, on average. The practice is geared toward each physicians individual practice. Each physician is a partner in the practice, so they tend to set their staff individually.
Clinical Float (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 21, 2018
I enjoyed working at Resurgens. I lost my job due to Corporate Cutbacks. The employees were great and everyone worked as a team. They supplied CPR classes and CCMA classes at no charge to the employee.Lunches brought in when we had our Town Hall meetings and you did not have to clock out for lunch if you chose to attend them. Some days could be long. A lot of running around in clinic, especially trauma.
I worked as a clinical float for the company. If I had my assignment for the next morning, and it changed at the last minute and I knew I was going to be late, my manager would clock me in.
Lots of traveling. Sometimes no lunch traveling from one clinic to another.
Check Out Supervisor (Current Employee) – Covington, GA – May 6, 2018
Working for Resurgens has been an okay experience. I have had professional differences with providers within my practice. While working for the company there were many changes made, including a systems change. With the systems change I was moved to a different position where I fully committed myself, unfortunately the company itself did not agree and therefore I am seeking other employment for professional differences.
Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 1, 2018
I loved every aspect of working at Resurgens from the several jobs I had during my employement to the people I worked with and even the patients I had the pleasure of interacting with. The company culture was outstanding. The physicians are talented and genuine.
RN, Surgery Scheduling, Clinic Lead (Former Employee) – Cumming, GA – April 3, 2018
Clinic office setting. Coordination of patients, liaison between physician and patients. Every day was enjoyable. Days could be long dependent upon the complexity of the patients/clients. The physician was phenomenal, Resurgens Orthopedics valued their employees. The most difficult was the occasional long hours.
Physician teams, Workplace environment
Short, to no breaks on clinic days. Coverage for others.
would rather not say (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 20, 2017
Management at Resurgens is absolutely horrible. There is poor communication and favoritism galore. It is very clear that the upper level management has no clue how bad things are at our location and there is clearly no intention of passing that along. Employees are rude and are always looking out to gain a leg up by putting someone else down or reporting you. It’s a drag walking in here daily. Some employees get constantly chastised for mistakes while others barely get a slap on the wrist for the same things. If you aren’t a favorite you will NEVER be in the clear. every little thing you do will be scrutinized and every human mistake that is made will be grounds for a meeting. The atmosphere is miserable, you can’t even breathe or so what’s best for the patient without knowing you’ll be getting a call no matter how small. The employees clearly come last. for the last TWO incidents of inclement weather we have either stayed open completely or waited until the VERY last minute to close because patient money comes before employee safety.
catered lunch sometimes, office games
underpaid, patients and coworkers are rude short lunch, poor communication, favoritism, no upward movement for most.
Rehabilitation Technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 7, 2017
It was great working with the patients and getting to know everybody at the office. A few employees are power hungry and made working there a little more difficult than it had to be. Management was great in every aspect.