Epic Health Services

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    I have been working at Epic Health Services

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    Pros

    Great first job, great location, smart people. Get to travel a bit and move around and work with many clients.

    Cons

    Can be repetitive at times, not really sure what skill set you develop if you don't want to work in the Health services industry.

    Advice to Management

    Let entry level employees have more say and choose a speciality more so that they may gain a more specific skill set.

Epic Health Services Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Epic Health Services.

    Interview

    I was called by a very nice recruiter for an interview. I went in for my interview, and I was told a lot about the position, including pay, what my exact schedule would be like...basically everything a person would want to know. I left the interview feeling pretty good & excited about the job opportunity because it seemed like they liked me, and it also seemed like a great career to have. The person I interviewed with gave me their card before I left, and said to give them a call or email in 2 weeks if I don't hear anything. So, not surprisingly, 2 weeks went by and I heard nothing. I gave the person who interviewed me an email, and never received a response. I [hesitantly] called the office to speak with the person who interviewed me, had to leave a message, and never received a call back. After 3 weeks, I became frustrated that I was being ignored...especially after having a long, detailed interview. I decided to email the recruiter to find out if she knew the status of the position, and she promptly emailed back saying it was filled. Thank you, recruiter...now was that so hard??

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Additional Info

Website www.epichealthservices.com
Headquarters Dallas, TX
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2001
Type Company - Private
Industry Health Care
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Epic Health Services was founded in 2001 and is a leading provider of pediatric and adult care services, including skilled nursing, therapy, personal care and behavioral health nursing. With 31 offices located in Texas, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Delaware, as well as 11 outpatient pediatric therapy clinics in Texas, the company is committed to providing the... More

Mission: To provide medically fragile children and others in need with the highest quality home health care, delivering it with compassion and extraordinary client service, to... More

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