Provider Health Services FAQ

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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Provider Health Services.

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6 English questions out of 6

March 11, 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at Provider Health Services?

Pros

Good leadership support Great onboarding support

Cons

No downsides to this company

Good leadership support

March 11, 2021

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May 18, 2019

What is the company culture at Provider Health Services?

Pros

Flexibility, rewarding work, decent pay

Cons

24/7 call, no home life, spend 6-8 hours at facility then go home and chart, constant interruptions, continuously asked to do more with no increase in pay, lengthy charting, did I mention call 24/7???

Advice to Management

Take into consideration how much is placed on one NP. You cannot expect A plus work when a provider is assigned an excessive amount of patients. Providers should also be paid mileage when covering an outlying facility. They should also be paid for any mandated training, meetings, etc. the amount of free work expected from NPs is outlandish. Only place I’ve worked that doesn’t pay employees for required training, meetings, being on call 24/7, etc.

Flexibility, rewarding work, decent pay

May 18, 2019

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May 18, 2019

What is the salary like at Provider Health Services?

Pros

Flexibility, rewarding work, decent pay

Cons

24/7 call, no home life, spend 6-8 hours at facility then go home and chart, constant interruptions, continuously asked to do more with no increase in pay, lengthy charting, did I mention call 24/7???

Advice to Management

Take into consideration how much is placed on one NP. You cannot expect A plus work when a provider is assigned an excessive amount of patients. Providers should also be paid mileage when covering an outlying facility. They should also be paid for any mandated training, meetings, etc. the amount of free work expected from NPs is outlandish. Only place I’ve worked that doesn’t pay employees for required training, meetings, being on call 24/7, etc.

Flexibility, rewarding work, decent pay

May 18, 2019

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May 18, 2019

What are pay increases like at Provider Health Services?

Pros

Flexibility, rewarding work, decent pay

Cons

24/7 call, no home life, spend 6-8 hours at facility then go home and chart, constant interruptions, continuously asked to do more with no increase in pay, lengthy charting, did I mention call 24/7???

Advice to Management

Take into consideration how much is placed on one NP. You cannot expect A plus work when a provider is assigned an excessive amount of patients. Providers should also be paid mileage when covering an outlying facility. They should also be paid for any mandated training, meetings, etc. the amount of free work expected from NPs is outlandish. Only place I’ve worked that doesn’t pay employees for required training, meetings, being on call 24/7, etc.

8 hours at facility then go home and chart, constant interruptions, continuously asked to do more with no increase in pay, lengthy charting, did I mention call 24/7???

May 18, 2019

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May 18, 2019

What is working from home like at Provider Health Services?

Pros

Flexibility, rewarding work, decent pay

Cons

24/7 call, no home life, spend 6-8 hours at facility then go home and chart, constant interruptions, continuously asked to do more with no increase in pay, lengthy charting, did I mention call 24/7???

Advice to Management

Take into consideration how much is placed on one NP. You cannot expect A plus work when a provider is assigned an excessive amount of patients. Providers should also be paid mileage when covering an outlying facility. They should also be paid for any mandated training, meetings, etc. the amount of free work expected from NPs is outlandish. Only place I’ve worked that doesn’t pay employees for required training, meetings, being on call 24/7, etc.

24/7 call, no home life, spend 6

May 18, 2019

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