Medical Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Marlton, NJ – May 13, 2018
I was a student intern here and I absolutely loved every moment of it. You can tell that Rothman truly values their employees! The doctors are amazing to work with and the nurses and medical assistants are very hands on and are always willing to help when you have a question. The company always looks to advance from within before searching outside of the company. They are a great company to grow with!
Friendly staff, room for growth, great benefits, cares for employees
Lead Pod Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Marlton, NJ – May 2, 2018
A typical day at the Rothman Institute consisted of rooming and preparing patients for the physician, removing sutures and staples, cleaning wounds, and entering patient health information into EMR. I learned to maintain PAR levels on clinical supplies and ordering necessary supplies, fitting patients for orthotics/ applying splints and casts, and how to properly bill an office visit.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Sewell, NJ – March 12, 2018
I worked with one physician primarily who only did EMG's all day every day. A bilateral EMG took about an hour to complete and I just sat and waited for it to be finished. This job was too boring for me and I felt like my skills and experience were being wasted.
Appointment Scheduler (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 20, 2018
Fast paced work environment, great co-workers, enjoyed my job while I was there. HR is clearly well run at this company. They provided in depth new employee training, they moved quickly with hiring, and were prompt to respond to questions.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Marlton, NJ – January 25, 2018
Very different than what i thought. I figured this was a great place to work but it's very .Work place is very easy. I have learned a lot i just don't like to be judged by the color of my skin. Hardest part is remembering which insurance we accept . I enjoy working with others very well.
Temporary receptionist (Former Employee) – Bensalem, PA – January 15, 2018
my time at Rothman has been amazing. I am so sad that i have to leave. Everyone there is welcoming and helpful. The management has been nothing but kind and a joy to work for. I am going to miss my job at Rothmans so much.
Best employees and managers
no pto time for temps even if the office is closed
Surgery Scheduler (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 21, 2017
The years I worked at Rothman Institute was a great experience. I got to meet many great surgeons and employees. However, management have their picks and if you not their favorite you can forget it. Pay and benefits are great and you work for every bit of your pay. Definitely no team work.
Surgical Clearance Coordinator (Current Employee) – Willow Grove, PA – July 2, 2017
I enjoy working for the Rothman Institute in general. They provider great benefits, including annual raises and a bonus twice a year. Most of my peers are very competent, understanding, and helpful. Sometimes I felt that there was a disconnect between the employees, regional management, and corporate management. As a Surgical Clearance Coordinator my job was always busy and extremely deadline oriented. However, despite working as hard as I can and achieving multiple successes, I found that some of management comes down very hard when things do not go as planned, even if that only happened a small percentage of the time.
Good compensation and FULL benefits (401k, vacation, all insurances, raises, bonuses)
work life balance can be poor at times, company expects tremendous output but does not allow overtime.
Credentialing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 12, 2017
It is a great place to work. There is a no lay off policy in place. The senior management listens to the staff when there are glitches in the flow. A typical day is that you are handling the business of the company from the time you start to the time you leave. there is always something to be done to achieve the goals of the company. The only downside is that there is minimal opportunity to do overtime. At Rothman Institute, I learned that it takes a team to get all of the work done, and the people here work as a team and are very dedicated and are proud of the work they produce. The hardest part of the job is how to get everything done in the work day, and implementing a serious time management tool in your life, as the days are never the same and the demands for each day are different. The needs of the business office are growing as the company is growing and is a great place to learn anything in the healthcare business world. The most enjoyable part of the job are the people who work for RI.
no-layoff policy, Summer party in NJ
the job is stressful if you are not highly organized.
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 1, 2017
This company appreciates it's employees!
Being such a large company there is such a level of comfortability with everyone. Calling another office or department and speaking with someone you have never met feels like your chating with your best friend. (Majority of) The patients love Rothman. Super respected and we'll known practice worldwide.
Not every manager is particularly nice or does a good job. My manager is unapproachable.
Manager (Former Employee) – Phildelphia – May 25, 2016
Worked here for 5 yrs was promoted several times. The first management person that doesn't think you are doing what's needed although your boss does the problems start. Was threatened to loose my job although 60 days prior had a stellar review. Staff turns on each other and people are always worried about their job security . Be prepared to do more , work before you get to work and be available after work and weekends. You literally have to put your job first and make sure you never cross anyone.