SPECIMEN TECH II (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – 17 April 2017
quest diagnostics is an overall great place to work at. Its very face pace so you would need to be able to multitask and keep up with the work flow. The hours however are long, especially overnight hours.
Medicare Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – 26 April 2017
I enjoyed learning about all the billing facets of all insurance carriers along with the physicians involved. I was with the company for almost 20 years. They promoted from within. I started out as a mail sorter in 1990 and ended as a Medicare Group Leader Specialist.
Specimen Technician Operationalist (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – 25 April 2017
The company seems great and I liked the management but honestly the environment and atmosphere is so childish. The job itself is not difficult, but to perform the job and get the shift done is. It's very dreadful having to go in. I once enjoyed working until being sucked into the childish drama when I just wanted to get the job done and leave.
Market leader with advance technology with a large presence
Director of Strategic Alliances (Former Employee) – Madison, NJ – 25 April 2017
Monday office day and planning Tuesday to Friday engage customers at a high level Responsible for supporting over 70 representatives The reference lab market is shrinking due to Hospital systems buying physician practices Excellent culture and leadership Leading teams with dotted line responsibilities Supporting multiple markets gained high visibility for me in healthcare
Clinical Internship, Quest Diagnostics (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – 25 April 2017
Enjoyed the staff and learned more than expected very busy site with all aspects of lab test. Completed clinical with over 400 successful venipunctures in 3 weeks.
Had to be at work at 5 am.-1pm. worked in the lab with drug screening, all venipuncture test required from clients physician added the client in the computer and check current insurance information and then preceded with the venipuncture draw.
Phlebotomy Lead (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – 24 April 2017
I couldn't ask for a better boss and group of people to work with. The only thing I would change is the pay per hour, other then that my boss alone is enough reason to stay. He understands not only work life as a phlebotomist but also that people have families and things comes up.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 24 April 2017
Productive and fun workplace. Excellent training, management, and staff. The most enjoyable part of the job teamwork. I learned time management, processing of specimens, and the importance of accuracy.
Biometric Health Screener (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – 24 April 2017
Quest is a rapidly growing company. I worked for Summit before they bought it. I worked for Cigna before Summit bought Cigna. Jobs are not always readily available near home and this is one reason I am applying with Aduro.
Pay and paying in timely manner, pleasant co-workers.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – 24 April 2017
I have a great boss and in joy working for her. I really like working for Quests Diagnosis. I have been there been working here for 8 years. I just think I would like to move to a different state . My friend friend might be moving and I told her if she would move some where else besides North Dakota I wouldn't mind moving with her but I am not moving to North Dakota.
The days always began at different times, such as I would get a call that I had a STAT, at 06:30. I would muster quickly, to get to the lab, and do the STAT, as soon as possible. I would also stay late to accommodate physicians who hadn't recalled that they had ordered a STAT, and needed to call for a "pick up" from our couriers. It was very time consuming. So, I would stay until it came, and do that test.
It was secluded, and in a hole in the ground so no one knew we were there. I felt safe due to the seclusion.
The location was in a very rough part of town. I knew that sometimes, I needed to have an escort to take me out when it was darker, and around 22:00. I did get an escort, eventually.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – 20 April 2017
Worked in a great location as a lab technician. Work flow was study and busy. The most difficult part was being the only lab tech in the building to draw blood, so with that being said , i could not have hard stick. I was greatful with other clinics asking for my help.. made my day.
Assistant Controller (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 19 April 2017
Quest Diagnostics overall was not a bad company. The main issue is that they were unwilling to promote people of color in significant roles simialr to most large companies dominated my management that all look alike.
Teleunderwriter (Former Employee) – Lee's Summit, MO – 18 April 2017
A typical day at work was working from home. Sitting at a computer logging on and then receiving incoming calls from customers who needed to complete questionnaires for their life insurance applications. They previously had done these interviews in person with an agent but this was a follow up to basically confirm their answers and also to obtain additional information on their medical history, finances, and lifestyle.
Phlebotomy Service Representative II - ASCP Cer (Current Employee) – Barrington, IL – 18 April 2017
Working with quest I learned a lot About the value of work and to put patients first. It is a nice working environment, easy to deal with my supervisor and co workers. It is always pleasure for me to meet new patients and returning patients who express that they came back to my location because they were happy with the service I gave them and this to me is very rewarding.
performed drug tests on hair, blood and urine samples. On occasion received samples and scanned them in. data entry and equipment calibration were also performed as well as other duties required by supervisor.