Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 20, 2018
I think everyone's experience with company culture is different depending on the department they are in. In my experience during my time at TriMedx, the culture was okay - but could have been better. This is due to the management. It's a good company to learn stuff in before moving on to bigger and better opportunities.
Technician (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 13, 2018
technicians are not valued, just another number. Viewed as expendable or as a problem rather than an asset. Not respected. High level management is choosing to not fill positions in order to increase profits at the expense of the technicians.
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 24, 2018
not recommend, always hire managers with no experience in the field, lock of coordination with corporate office. Corporate office careless about the people in the field. revolving door for managers in 5 years I had more than 7 managers. very stressful work place.
pros good benefits , salary is ok, travel expense are paid on time.
Sr. Manager, HR Technology (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 28, 2018
I started working for TriMedx when it was wholly owned by Ascension and was still going by the name Medxcel Global. During my time with the company, we became partially owned by Ascension and a private firm out of New York took over as the majority owner of the organization. During this time, we split one business unit out and flattened other parts of the organization into one company instead of three.
With all of the changes going on, I felt that the company began to lose sight of some of it's original values. More focus on the business itself (which is a good thing) but less on the associates (which is a bad thing). I think there should be a balance, and I think they're still working to find what that right number is.
I enjoyed my time with the company and I felt like I was able to contribute a lot in terms of finding efficiencies within the organization, and I liked the people that were in my department that I interacted with. One of the most important things to me is being able to leave at the end of the day and feel like I've done something to make a difference and make someones life easier or better, and most days (especially in the beginning) I did feel this way. It became less and less though as we proceeded with the organizational structure changes.
Generous PTO Policy, Low Employee Cost on Benefits
Clinical Engineer Manager II (Current Employee) – Indiana – January 17, 2018
I truly enjoy working for TriMedx. The position allows you to influence patient care without having to work directly with patients. There has been a lot of changes since starting 4 years ago but change for the better. The pay is very fair. The only disadvantage is the lack of advancement for management.
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Elmhurst, IL – November 29, 2017
As manager my typical day was 9-10 hours. I learned quite a bit about management styles and finances. the company had a good training program and upper management worked hard to improve their site managers. There was a great culture of assisting others, I could contact many people to get resources and they would call me as needed. The most difficult part of the position was disciplining staff. As we moved forward, we were able remove poor performers and assembled a very high functioning team. the best part of the job was working with skilled professionals as part of the overall healthcare community.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Nyesville, IN – November 7, 2017
Manager more concerned with his own career then running the Biomed department, he usually phones it in, he's rarely there,I think he's out interviewing . Everything is about the profitability of Trimedx, not the hospital I work for which causes a lot of confusion with reasons for doing my job. They will buy the cheapest repair parts they can find which ultimately fail and we have to revisit the same repair again. The hospital group I work for would save money by not resigning the contract with Trimedx and going back to being an "in house" Biomed department, I don't see where the savings are for the hospital when they have to pay these people, too. I use to like being a Biomed until these people came along and ruined a great profession.
Consultant, Pricing and Client Retention (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 27, 2017
New IT leadership implemented an Agile platform that created a better flow for transitioning to a new CMMS. Several areas manage silo database and thru new system development using Agile a large group of system needs were reviewed and prioritized resulting in software being developed and rolled to production at a quicker rate than previously experienced by the company.
terrible management culture,high changeover of top managers
Biomedical Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, WI – October 11, 2017
Pleasing the shareholders is primary and the culture is about dressing up the KPI(key performance indicators) to sale more contracts. no customer orientation nor concern for the employee. the most enjoyable part is working with customers and connecting with other biomeds. There is a Jezebel's subculture that subjugates men. Regulatory affairs rules the company operations.
Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 26, 2017
Early on it was great when the company was attempting slow sustainable growth. Then they really started growing and gobbling up the market. In the few years I was there it really went down hill. Management way less personal, performance judged by metrics and resulting high turnover of some of the best employees who now work for the competition. This I good place to work if you get a good manager. Great benefits, fair pay.
Great benefits, fair pay.
high turnover, too much attention to metrics and not people.
Clinical Engineering Manager (Former Employee) – California – June 19, 2017
TriMedx offers fair compensation, a great benefits package, as well as plenty of opportunities for advancement. However the work-life balance is very poor, and site managers are initial tasked with turning around poor-performing sites seemingly overnight when it can realistically take close to a year.
Clinical Engineering Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Valhalla, NY – June 16, 2017
TriMedx was a good place to work and we had a good group of people. We worked together as a team and looked to for each other. The company looked out frothier employees and for the most part people stayed and there was job security.
Imaging Engineer I (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 24, 2017
The time I have worked with Trimedx has all in all been a positive experience. I have gone to several training schools. The work load steadily has increased with no increase in manpower. The regulatory dept keeps changing pm schedules for some reason then managers are stuck with short manpower to complete the maintenance. There are opportunities for advancement in the company and some great techs to work with as well.