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LifeWatch Services, Inc. San Francisco, CA

The essential functions of the position include, but are not limited to, the following duties: • Review ECG recordings and move to the… CareerBuilder

7 days ago

Patient Care Coordinator

LifeWatch Services, Inc. San Francisco, CA

• Answer incoming activation calls • Working a call list make outbound calls to patients that need to activate • Provide high level customer… CareerBuilder

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Dr. Stephan Rietiker
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    Good for experience in the short term. Bad management and unstable job environment.

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    Former Employee - Cardiac Technician in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Cardiac Technician in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I worked at LifeWatch full-time


    Good position to receive beginning health care experience as the training teaches you a lot. Great co-workers( non-management). Relatively easy place to get hired.


    Terrible management and lots of gray area's in the way they put the blame solely on their employee's. Very high turn around rate. Management seems very sneaky and you always feel like something is going on behind the scenes. They will act nice but are very cut throat and are changing company guidelines continuously, yet will still hold you accountable for mistakes made several months ago. Basically, they can go back 6 months in the past and punish you for something found that fell through the cracks, even if your performance has improved and the criteria has since changed and would not require a write up with the new criteria.

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    Make your employee's feel more secure. The bottom level employees are the ones who put cash into management's pockets. Yet, those employee's have the greatest risk and liability involved and management is content to let it become a revolving door, expendable type of position. I would offer constant continuing education(weekly or monthly) aside from just a few pages of EKG strips to fill out after a write up. We are basically made to feel that we are completely on our own once the training is over. They give you entirely too much freedom but are quick to put the nail in the coffin on you when issues occur. No one has a great opinion on the company with these kind of dealings. Improve the quality of your brand. That starts with the upper management.

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