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13 days ago

Program Director

Healogics Bedford, TX

The Program Director is responsible for implementation, ongoing management and strategic growth of the program: outpatient Wound Care Center®, HBO… Healogics

27 days ago

Registered Nurse

Healogics Plano, TX

. The Nurse will support the goals and objectives of the center and of the hospital partner. DUTIES: Direct Patient Care (80%): •Providing case… Healogics

3 days ago

Clinical Coordinator – new

Healogics Plano, TX +2 locations

, provides direct supervision to clinical staff, (RN, LPN, MA, Med Assist, etc). • Collaborates with other health care providers, Wound Care Center… Healogics

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Healogics President & CEO Jeff Nelson
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12 Ratings

    Amazing Work Environment and Constant growth

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    I have been working at Healogics full-time


    There are many benefits to working with this company including yearly training, employee investments, full benefits packages at low costs. Working environment includes constant growth and there is a steady and consistent business model. This organization truly has a market niche and it's growing. Great medical staff and an organization that truly strives for helping heal out chronic long term open wounds.

    Corporate life has a good work life balance. Annual salary increases like clock work, education assistance, great collaborative working environment.


    Many field staff report a disconnect between corporate and themselves. This organization has a higher than normal churn rate but that is largely in part due to differences at the center level. The Program Director role churns the most but it is a high stress "multiple hat" environment. Recruiting seems to hire a wide range of people from incompetent and questionable at best about their qualifications to staff that you cannot live without.

    Field management staff tends to seem fairly needy to the point where you wonder how they are still employed.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reduce the amount of report requirements on the field and give a stronger support base for center level staff.

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