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Hostile, at the Fort Worth hospital and Arlington hospital. The HIM Director, the CEO at Fort Worth whom just recently left, the administrative assistant and medical staff person at the Fort Worth hospital, stay away. They are Terrible. No discipline is done. They treat you any kind of way, but as soon as You speak up, you're the one written up and/or fired. That place needs new management and new employees.

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Extremely hostile, terrible benefits and they do not care about their employees. I’ve seen great people walked out and horrible long term employees stay. Don’t make the mistake I did. 2 CEOs and 2 OR directors in one year should say it all.

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Not a healthy environment Mansfield pediatrics has a high turnover because they do not care about employees let new upper management and doctors behavior continue and not have any appreciation or even look at you they all think we are nothing to them and no help from HR or new optum HR. Too many old employees that are slackers and complain and two face coworkers that they let them slide for being late or steeling time from the company and doctors backup those employees because they are scared of being called out to HR by New employees thats why they keep those old employees doctors defend them even if they know they are wrong very big bullies those doctors and new regional manager I am a current employee and will be retaliated for speaking up for help from somebody

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The company as a whole is great it is just not what i want to do.

Answered - Medical Assistant (Current Employee) - Cleburne, TX

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We are now part of United Health Care, the culture is very important to them. They are focused on integrity, innovation, trust and teamwork. I highly recommend it

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Worst place I have ever worked. Click bunch of two-faced people at a certain RA and endocrinologist doctors. Expected to stick approximately 150 patients a day with just 2-3 of us a day. Pay is way below what other places pay! Benefits are extremely expensive! Beware of this company!

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In my experience, the people I worked with directly were very cliquish and whispered about stuff in front of others. I'm talking the nurse manager and her fave RN would sit at the desk and whisper for a long time. This while the rest of us helped patients and their families like we are supposed to do. The nurse manger is only kind to you when she wants something. Political and religious views are continually voiced by some of the staff. The nurse manger doesn't help you with anything no matter how much you plead. It's almost as if she wants you to fail. It's not supportive, but if you're smart and can hold your own and aren't looking for friends, you will be fine.

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They are great all the way arround.

Answered - Referral Coordinator (Current Employee) - Irving, TX

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Everybody has so much knowledge and so many years under their belt, I was honored to learn so many things in such a small amount of time. Everyone had different beliefs and cultures but at work we were all a family.

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Culturally diverse and friendly amongst MA's and front desk co-workers. Work environment stressful, unappreciated and employer non-loyal to employees.

Answered - Medical Assistant (Former Employee) - Las Colinas, TX

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