Anonymous (Former Employee) – Franklin, TN – March 14, 2018
Lack of communication throughout, last minute notices on important changes, lack of raise even with increased workload (sometimes double the work load). Unnecessarily stressful due to bad communication from the top and throughout the clinic.
CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – March 25, 2018
Its not 100% bad here but its definitley close. The doctors are rude and allowed to act like ungoverned spoiled brats! Patients are there to be seen as early as 7:30 and the nurses cant get started until 8 am... so go figure. The patients wait sometimes 3-4 hours for the doctor to enter the room. This is solely because they are texting , talking about vacationing, the nanny and a forever on social media instead of getting in the room seeing patients. The patients are ALWAYS COMPLAINING . but they keep coming because they have cancer and want to live .There is a new manager every year ....that is if they make it to a year due to stress and chaos. The turn over is like none I have ever seen before and the patients have began to take notice. I can say that patient interaction is the only positive in this zoo .
It was horrible! The boss I had had stated I needed to be more social rather than just sit at my desk and get my work done. When I would then try to socialize for a small amount of time he came back and told me I needed to sit at my desk and focus on my work. All around awful people in my department that are not team oriented. Worst place I've ever worked for.
It is a great place to work when you dont have young people running around talking about everyone. Also putting peoples jobs at risk.
Trainer for all new office employees (Current Employee) – Hermitage, TN – January 28, 2018
The company is a good company. Depending on what location you are at. Some of the managers are great some.od them do not know what they are doing. Then there is a couple of managers that trry to for in with the younger crowd and believe everything that comes out of trouble makers.
You get lunch 3 times a week. I love the patients.
High school drama. Manager not believing her employees
Float Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – November 7, 2017
Great Place to work. Friendly staff and great doctors to for. patients are the best and a very fulfilling humbling job. I would stay but have to relocate but this is my dream job and have learned a lot being here.
I believe TnOncology is a good place to work. For the most part, the CT department functioned on it's own without micromanagement and it worked very well. The director was always there if anything was needed. I especially loved working with the oncology patients. I miss them terribly.
Coder/Biller (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – May 22, 2017
Typical day at work is - the employees do not know how to do their job. There is a lot of favoritism in this place of employment. This place is not diverse whatsoever. I have nothing good to say about this company.
Overall a good company. Employees are treated farely well, however some of the management is not consistent.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – January 16, 2017
A typical day at the office consisted of: rooming patients, taking vitals, giving injections, doing blood draws, updating medical records, pa's, fmla and disability paperwork. I have learned a vast knowledge of hematology and oncology. The management was inconsistent. Co-workers were fine, usual office environment. The hardest part of my job was losing a patient to their cancer diagnosis. The most enjoyable part of my job was the patients.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – July 22, 2016
A typical day at work is busy which makes the day go by faster. I have learned so much here and I am still learning every single day. Management here is awesome. They are so nice and understanding the policy for occurrences are not that great with people that have small children. Co workers are always nice. The hardest part of the job for me is not knowing how to do something. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to take care of patients and being a good work environment.
The work day is usually busy. We see close to 100+ patients a day. We work with many different cancer types along with anemia and blood disorder patients. Building relationships with my patients are the best. I feel that one on one time is the most important. The hardest part of my job is getting close to people and watching them suffer with cancer and some dying. I feel management could be a little better but over all its good. My co-workers and I pull together and we are a big family to get the job done.
free lunch, company gives yearly raises, Christmas bonus