RN Quality Improvement Team (Current Employee) – Johnson City, TN – April 30, 2018
I’m a current employee of the QI Team. I am glad to be part of a stable company with a low stress environment and continued growth. I appreciate the promotional opportunities that are provided and the receptiveness of supervisors to new ideas. Great hours as well.
Quality improvent (Former Employee) – Johnson City tn – April 25, 2018
Pros we're free lunches after of course everyone in management picked over it downstairs The RN manager who is absolutelylueless to the job Can't leave anything out because of mice in building Obvious favorites which is not good managerial skills Money money money is all they think about No place to take a break Pay is very poor compared to other jobs in area of same nature
Hot in summer cold in winter not insulation in building
I worked on the QIT team. Always micro managed by a supervisor who had no clue what you really did. Pay was less than area average. Favoritism was not even attempted to be hidden. Never did you hear how much you're appreciated, only more and more packed on you. And good lands don't you dare miss a day. You never hear the end of it from super or HR. Never any advancement for LPN. RN RN RN all they think about. And money, money, money.
Great organization from the top down. Take great care of employees
PRACTICE ADMINISTRATOR (Current Employee) – Johnson City, TN – October 5, 2016
Having worked for SOFHA for the past nine years has been a very rewarding opportunity. The CEO and COO are absolutely fantastic to work for. SOFHA does a great job taking care of it's employees rewarding them fairly for all they do.
Physicians, nurses and non clinical staff are exceptional as well. Great customer service and the best physicians and nurses in town.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – July 20, 2016
Upper Management wasn't great. Out site out of mind mentally. Middle management could have been great if upper management would have given them a chance to manage. Most of the employee's were great. Can't say the same about all of the physicians. A lot of complaints regarding one physician from a lot of patients that couldn't be addressed by middle management because upper management didn't want to upset him. Understaffed and upper management not willing to hire anybody help with the work load.
Free lunches everyday
Understaffed, poor upper management, horrible physician not taking care of his patients
Paid Administrative Intern (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – September 24, 2015
The management did well with keeping the office organized and productive. The doctors and other staff members were kind, hard working, and diligent to achieve what needed to be done every day. All of the employees were welcoming, friendly, and helpful to each other as well as the patients. While there, I learned how to use a clinical module program designed to hold all patient information. I was in charge of looking up patient records and editing a worksheet of each patient. Such as example would be if a patient had a recent appointment and their record profile indicated it but the tangible worksheet did not. I would write their latest appointment date and what lab work/ evaluations were done during the appointment onto this worksheet. the purpose of having a tangible worksheet was so that the nurses could keep track of patients more easily without constantly having to log on to the computer to find information about a patient. The hardest part of the job was learning how to use the clinical module program. The most enjoyable and rewarding part of the job was the fact that I was helping the nurse I worked with to do most of the paperwork/ computer side of the job while she examined patients.
Free lunches were provided on approximately two days of each week.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – August 13, 2015
Great place to work, excellent co-workers, great pay, excellent physicians, and fair workload. A typical day includes rooming patients, administering injections, obtaining vitals signs, and assisting physician with exams.