LEAD SPECIMEN PROCESS (Current Employee) – Brockton, MA – August 12, 2018
Nothing specific to say at this time about this company. If people have worked for this company then they are able to form their own opinions. I also think it is good for new hires to for their own opinions as well.
Mobile Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – July 20, 2018
Over my year and a half of working there the went threw two (on the third now) managers and we didn’t have have a manager for at least six months. Upper management doesn’t have a clue as to what many mobile Phlebotomists go threw on a day to day basis.... I can recall at least 5 times I worked 20+ hours in a row driving all over the place, I realized I was on a 14 day stretch and asked for that evening off ( as I assumed I was on the schedule ) and it was denied and then come to find out I wasn’t even on the schedule and was written up for not coming in (which come to find out my some previous absences that counted against me I was also not scheduled for). HR in the Southfield office is rude and speaks down to you and doesn’t inform you of all the perks/ rules and if you go to ask HR for something 9/10 you get a rude unwelcoming response. The “Big Guys” think they know exactly what is going on in the field (as they literally try to track your every move and snoop threw your work phone sending screenshots of a message to you that you sent from your work phone because you had to use your personal phone to call dispatch because work phone couldn’t hold a strong enough signal) but I’m not sure ANY of them have actually gone out there to service a facility from start to finish or if they even know how to draw blood. The after noon “Team Lead” is useless and pushes everything off on everyone else.... At first I loved working here until I was set up for failure and told I had to work Monday Evenings when I already worked 9 hours ( from 00:00-09:00 ) on Monday... But as long as uppermore... management isn’t bothered they could care less!!!! This company is a horrible company to work for.... just look at upper managements linkden profiles where one of them brags about getting the job done with keeping costs to a minimum.... Maybe if they treated their good hardworking employees the way they should they wouldn’t spend so much time/money in other placesless
All the hours you can work
They don’t care if you die in the process of working them.
Full Time Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – May 5, 2018
Working on call after long shifts, maybe 3 hrs of sleep a night, never home, always at work, constantly reporting to dispatch, centrifuging equipment and everything in your car, you have to text and drive and report on the phone to dispatch in between locations while driving and spinning tubes, travels to place to place taking blood and dropping off specimen
365 days 24/7 around the clock emergency blood test results for the elderly
Mobile Phlebotomist/specimen analysis (Former Employee) – Middletown, CT – April 21, 2018
morning draws most important. fast-pace. learned integrity, and independence. management is diligent and very educated. workplace culture is respectful. hardest part of the job is sitting in traffic. Most enjoyable is the urgency of the lab draws and your coworkers.
free lucnhes and friendly environment. all benefits
Specimen Processor (Former Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – March 28, 2018
Very busy and fast-paced work environment. Poor management of department. Supervisor has his/her "favorites" and the rest are pretty much thrown under the bus whenever possible. When a "favorite" makes a mistake, it is quickly swept under the rug. Supervisor feels threatened when you know more than him/her.
Mobile Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Brockton, MA – February 21, 2018
Mandatory weekends and on call for all positions unless you have worked there a long time and are "in" with the management Poor management and total lack of morale most of the employees hate their job and they let you know it. You could have 10 years experience and be lucky to make more than a few dollars over minimum wage. Total lack of competency from staff most are fresh out of school and the patients suffer the most. Not a good company to work for at all beware!
Mobile Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – saint petersburg, florida – January 15, 2018
I do not agree with any of the changes made since sept 2017, the company was amazing and then they made decisions and it has been all down hill since. I would like to make my exit because the company is no longer focused on the customer or the facilities.
Daily routine venipuncture using safety needles and adapters, winged collection sets and urine collections
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – January 8, 2018
The job was great in the beginning, but when you realize that there is nothing stable about this job and that things change every 3 months it is hard to keep up. I have had a total of 4 managers since being there for 2 years and have currently been without a manager for 6 months. Its time for a change for me.
micro-management now that things are falling apart
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – January 2, 2018
Great workplace, Great team lead, amazing coworkers. Work at your own pace but is very sufficient. Mobile phlebotomist but paid for mileage. Meet different types of people on a regular basis. Minimum supervision
MOBILE PHLEBOTOMY (Current Employee) – Newtown, PA – September 19, 2017
I loved working for them at one time until the new management took ver and snatched all my time away down to one day a week. I was hired as per diem but for a year straight given all full time hours, creating my own hours but working full time hours. in the end the forgot about my hard work and dedication.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – September 8, 2017
I would get up in the mornings and perform blood draws at nursing homes at 5a.m. Traveling to far locations, using my own vehicle, etc.The Company overall, was a very good place to work; it was just the mobilization I did not like.