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STOP!!! Do not apply! if u have issues with management HR is no help.This center is a horrible place to work
front office coordinator (Former Employee), new york, nyApril 2, 2014
Cons: horrible
Very poor management! Unorganized, incompetent, childish, and evil.
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bad management
Office Coordinator (Former Employee), Dunn, NCFebruary 11, 2014
Management was awful. They were lazy and didn't do their job and blamed their lack of work on others.
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Young company with a lot of growing pains
Program Director (Former Employee), Petersburg, VAFebruary 1, 2014
Needs a lot of infra structure work, had over twenty five pass words and user ID's for computer systems. Work between hospital and company sometimes difficult to negotiate.

With all that being said work was rewarding as you saw a lot of positive changes with patients
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Continue looking elsewhere....,
Director (Former Employee), TexasJanuary 17, 2014
Pros: good benefits and good local staff.
Cons: too many chiefs, micromanaged, too many reports and meetings, over promising to hospital, terrible hospital support, way too many it issues......got the picture??
Great experience and knowledge for your career and use elsewhere. Starting pay seems great at first until you realize the work involved and realize is a 6 figure job! Could have better support. Select management personnel are great, but most are not as too micromanaged. Move on and keeping looking somewhere else.
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Not Worth the Career Move
Clinical Coordinator (Former Employee), West CoastJanuary 5, 2014
Pros: competitive pay but they have to...
Cons: revolving door, managers are huge contradictions, say one thing one day, and something else the next.
When you search Healogics and there are over 120 open positions at any given time, this says something. The average tenure is 1 to 2 years.

You could not pay me a million dollars to go back there. No thank you. I would rather work at Burger King making an honest living and keep my integrity.

I had high hopes there but it was a giant disappointment.

Don't – more... expect management to ever have your back. Take notes on everything your supervisor says because it will most likely change the next day.

Take my advice and do not even waste your talents there. It is a no win position. – less
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Always striving to set higher goals
Wound Care Nurse (Former Employee), springfieldDecember 20, 2013
The most enjoyable part of the job is when we are able to save a patient from having an amputation or limit the amount of limb that is removed and heal the wound or just save their life by preventing further infection.
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Favortism
Nurse (Former Employee), Killeen, TexasNovember 3, 2013
Pros: something new every day. not a dull moment
Cons: too much favortism
I enjoyed this job very much. It was something new every day. The work load was very heavy but I enjoyed it. The problem was favoritism. They had clicks that worked to get rid of the people that did not fit in to their world. It's amazing how you have plenty of complaints on one nurse from staff and patients, but her job is secure, but you let go of – more... a nurse that has a wonderful relationship with her patients and some staff and all you can say about her is that the staff feels she's unapproachable because of facial expressions and you let her go, but you have this one that has issues with staff and patients and is very vocal and you acknowledge she has had this issue for a while and has been reprimanded but she still has a job. The company is only as good as the leadership and it is quite clear that the management has favorites. – less
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Impossible Expectations
Program Director (Current Employee), East CoastOctober 2, 2013
Pros: helping people to heal their chronic wounds
Cons: unrealistic expectations with salary incongruent with role
A Program Director is responsible for doing 5 full-time jobs! Operations, Sales, Management, liasion (to two employers hospital and Healogics AVP) and serve as back up to every other position in the clinic! The expectations are extreme and there are not enough hours in the day! Everyday, "Corporate" comes up with a brilliant new idea - let's add this – more... new task - CRM, CDR, Quarterly competencies reviews for all employees, DASH presentations every quarter. I could go on and on, but you get the idea. I love what I do in helping patients with chronic wounds, but the micro management style from a triple type "A" Area Vice President with unrealistic expectations is burning me out!!!! Oh, and did I mention that I get to do all of this (and more) while being viewed as part of the executive hospital leadership group - for a whopping salary around $75K! The bonuses are impossible too - even if you surpass your goals, you may get about $2K a quarter. Run, don't walk away from this company unless you like being micro managed, underpaid, over worked and exhausted. A :coaching: suggestion for the upper management at Healogics - have each member of the senior team spend a month in the field at a busy wound center doing what we do every day - Maybe you would have more respect and a better understanding of what your employees face daily. Would you do all of what we are expected to do? Would you be satisfied with that paltry salary? Would you enjoy being micro managed? I am going to guess you would answer "No" to all of the above. – less
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Great place to work!
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Brawley, CASeptember 20, 2013
Fast pace work but a great environment with fellow staff members. Doctors are always willing to answer questions and teach on the job. Hardest part of the job is the commute to and from work.
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Great Work with Great People, A Valuable Service to Patients
Program Director (Current Employee), Sumter, SCSeptember 11, 2013
Pros: meet with many people ranging from physicians, to nurses, to sales reps.
Cons: keeping up with the many different insurance requirments.
A typical day at work would involve meeting with physician practices in order to educate them on our services while soliciting referrals, or updating these physician practices on the progress of their referred patients. The program director also must reconcile the charges for the day with the patient load, and audit the charts to insure the partner – more... hospital is receiving correct compensation. Educate the nursing staff of any changes in policy, and act as a liason between Healogics and the hospital staff. The program director must also maintain a good relationship with the panel of physicians charged to care for the clinic patients. There are many hats, and many responsibilities, but it is very rewarding work. – less
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Backstabbing Managment , lie to make themselves look good .
Hyperbaric Technician (Former Employee), New YorkSeptember 6, 2013
Pros: great doctors and nurses
Cons: horrible management
Entire merge of Healogic and Hospital was awfull . Dozen bosses and all had different a wrong made up policies . All about money patient care was at bottom of the list ! New Program Director every year , made up policies all day .
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totally non supportive
Receptionist (Former Employee), Buffalo, NYAugust 2, 2013
Pros: none come to mind
Cons: no management support or direction, huge turn over
It was positively the worst job I have ever had. Over worked and under paid, no lunch, no breaks, no support from management to include upper echelon..focus is money not patient care. Nurses were worked like dogs and expected to perform the impossible, Program director was inexperienced, vindictive, dishonest and unprofessional,and non supportive. She – more... did not forge relationships with physicians and did not perform her job on any level. Typical day was chaos from start to finish, phone ringing off the hook, Dr.s overbooked, patients waiting unreasonable amounts of time,nurses literally running from one room to the next, and Program Director hiding in her office all day. The physicians were fantastic and were the best part of the job..as for the rest of it? Well, I wouldn't recommend it to my worst enemy. It was truly the worst job experience of my adult life. – less
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would not recommend
Office (Former Employee), east coastJuly 30, 2013
Over worked, work through your lunches, no breaks.Never want you to work over time. More concerned about getting as many patients in as possible in one day. Patients can wait up to 2 hours to be seen. It's all about the money not the patients. Too much paper work, Huge turnover in employees
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more like HELL-ogics
Program Director (Former Employee), south coast areaJuly 27, 2013
Cons: the entire company
staff are over worked under paid , very little interaction between upper and mid level management , numbers oriented .no lunch breaks .edgy know it all RN's make for a difficult work enviornment.
Southern state based company so if you are a northerner forget about getting any respect from the corporate office.
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Productive and loving workplace
Advocate South Suburban Hospital (Former Employee), Hazelcrest, ILJuly 16, 2013
Pros: seeing people heeled, happy, and free luchces were always the best
Cons: seeing people not happy
It was enjoyable to work with a group of people that were like minded like yourself, with the same common interest and that was helping people. The hardest part was seeing someone not healing like you would hoped.
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Great Management
Nurse (Current Employee), Cleveland, OHJune 20, 2013
Pros: teamwork, defined roles, management
Cons: patient load, explosive growth
Explosive growth. Director has supported nursing at all costs. While the overall mission and nursing care sometimes rub up against one another the Director has always done the right thing by staff. Great people great staff, great team enviroment.
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Tough balance of numbers and patient care
Program director (Current Employee), New EnglandJune 8, 2013
Pros: busy all the time. good pto policy.
Cons: focus on numbers, numbers, numbers. little support.
it takes a team effort to focus on care rather than the management push for chamber therapy. It is almost impossible to meet all the requirements of the job ..even in a 50 hour week. Managing hospital bosses and corporate bosses is a juggling act and a huge time eater. Getting to know patients and seeing them heal is a huge plus. Love the hospital environment.
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Overworked and Underpaid
RN case manager (Former Employee), FloridaMarch 23, 2013
Pros: time flies- as it is a rarity that you will ever have any time on your hands.
Cons: 30 min lunches and no morning or afternoon breaks are ever provided, pay is below average
Admission process is very long and cumbersome. New patients are questioned and tested for at least an hour. This most times backs up a busy clinic, requiring the nurses to play 'catch up' for the rest of the day. Many patients are immobile and require lifting and turning. If the clinics provided the staff with the proper equipment this would not be – more... as difficult as it is working with this company. 90 per cent of your day will be spent on your feet.

The many follow up verification of orders, phone calls, faxes, filling out internal surveys and filing etc. are 'worked in' while you are trying to see patients on intakes and out-takes.

As the clinics see patients every week-the patients are well aware of how knowledgeable and skillful the nurse is and this compensates for management who doesn't seem to be aware of just how much is expected of a professional in this busy and dynamic setting. – less
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Stressful...unreasonable expectations
Cinical Co-ordinator (Former Employee), FloridaMarch 22, 2013
Pros: develop relationships w patients as many are in the clinic for a year
Cons: a 50 hr plus work week
Inordinate amount of statistical reports, performance plans, chart reviews and case management resposibilities...little support from progam director. Poor regard in general for the nursing profession.
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Company provides good benefits and emphasizes quality of care.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Jackson, MSMarch 5, 2013
I truly loved my co-workers and enjoyed interacting with patients. Company is very aggressive and numbers driven, requiring a great many reports and statistics.

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