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Very high turn over rate
Program Director (Former Employee), North CarolinaMarch 4, 2015
Pros: salary, benefits
Cons: the whole job
Without even having to go into detail, look at the high turn over rate this company has. That should automatically tell you something.
The company provides training, which is good and well structured but ineffective as once you return to your designated center, everything you just learned goes out the window. Doesn't even matter, upper management has their own agenda on how the center is to be run.
Only if Corporate management knew of the mutiny that actually occurs by direct management under them.
It is clearly perceive ed first concerns is generating statistics and numbers on paper but when questioned and called out on it the story changes to " patient care comes first". (it should be patient care to begin with and always) additional work assignments are continually added weekly but refusing to add additional staffing and if you cannot keep up or fall behind, you are reprimanded. Communication is poor as everyone wants some type of report in addition to actual needed reports.
There is a lack of support or direction of upper management. There is no regard at all for their employees. They paint a pretty, inviting picture and though the salary is good, it is not worth the aggravation.
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Unrealistic goals/job overview
Clinical Coordinator (current) (Current Employee), USAFebruary 23, 2015
Pros: doctors, nurses and front office support one another to help make office run smoothly.
Cons: management and the organization itself.
Healogics management is only worried about statistics and accumulating more patients than their office can handle, yet refuses to accommodate staff or hire the correct amount of employees to run a successful clinic. The result of that is long patient waiting times and an overworked/unorganized office. Lack of training from inexperienced Managers that see the issues but do not help therefore office sinks. Rather fight for more hours and/or staff to their higher-ups, they do nothing and cover their own behinds and put blame on staff. The amount of work distributed is too much but these people don't care. How these Managers treat the staff and manage thier office reflects the company. Patient care and supporting staff is the least of their worries. I will be putting my 2 weeks in.
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Great work environment
IS Support Specialist (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FLFebruary 17, 2015
Pros: great benefits package
Cons: too many systems; merge some
customer support intensive
learning capabilities are endless
better vision for obtaining goals will be more realistic
single sign on (SSO) will be worth its weight in gold with a company of this size and growing
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Growth expectations YOY are unrealistic.
Director (Current Employee), FloridaFebruary 11, 2015
Pros: the job offers great experience.
Cons: you are on your own...sink or swim.
Managing clinical staff and physicians can be difficult if you have no prior experience doing so, but here you are on your own to figure it out as MGMT is absent or worthless.

This job offers insight to working in Hospital Administration and great experience.

Depending on your location and payer mix, some facilities have a larger upside than others. This will impact your bonus potential.

Promotion is difficult as each AVP has 10-12 directors beneath them (Currently around 600 centers Nationally) and Corporate prefers to hire Clueless AVPs. If you're an 50+, kiss butt, female, & micromanage people then you have potential to be promoted. If you fail to drink corporate cool-aid and are male then you have NO shot.
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Great company interesting role
Program Director (Current Employee), PADecember 16, 2014
as a program director you're required to play two roles. One is answering to healogics, the other is answering to your partner hospital administration. This is often a struggle and you sometimes feel like your hospital is unique but your role is addressed the same as every other PD's.
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Southwood Care Center
LVN (Current Employee), San Marcos, TXDecember 14, 2014
Pros: great residents
Cons: long hours
Very stressful place to work; management expected to take care of many jobs in an 8hr day, almost impossible!
High staff turn-over, probably due to low pay and high volume of patient care per person.
Some staff have been around for awhile, were very helpful but most were newly hired.
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Interesting Career
Safety Director and Hyperbaric Tech (Current Employee), La Grange ilAugust 11, 2014
Hyperbaric therapy is an interesting career. A typical day involves helping sick patients, interacting with other health care professionals, and updating co workers on safety issues around the center. It can be a physically demanding job. It can also be emotionally draining because of the tight bond you develop with the patients over the course of their treatments.
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Patient Intake
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Moline, ILJuly 21, 2014
This place was a horrible place to work. If it wasn't for some of the staff it would have be unbearable.
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Experts in our own field.
Tissue Viability Nurse, RGN (Current Employee), Eastbourne, ENGJuly 17, 2014
Pros: ability to work in a small team of experts
It's a 9 to 5, Mon to Fri specialist nursing role, so social part of life is left intact which, in nursing, is quite uncommon. There's plenty to learn and a friendly atmosphere.
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Changing goals cause excessive stress,fear for job security
Program Director (Current Employee), TXJuly 9, 2014
Pros: the occasional bonus.
Cons: lack of training, changing goals, procedure/revenue driven, lack of representation, fear of reprisal, lack of fair wages, the ridiculous amount of work and duties expected of the program director and clinical coordinator.
The most stressful, money driven company in health care I have ever had the displeasure in which to work.
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Fast paced, high stress environment
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Orlando, FLJune 26, 2014
Long work hours, lots of over time. Learned a lot about wound care, absolutely no way to further your education while working here, the hours are too crazy.
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Wound Care Center
Secretary/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Fredericksburg VAJune 21, 2014
Healogics has plenty to offer its employees. However, for the Virginia area there is not a lot of job advancement.
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Challenging
Hyperbaric Safety Director (Current Employee), Fort Mohave, AZMay 5, 2014
Pros: close to my home, training
Cons: low volume, poor communication
Excellent job- challenging and fun. The only downside is our volume. When there are no patients, I lose hours.
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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 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.
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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 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.

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