Wellpath

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Wellpath
Wellpath
2.8
1525 reviews
Wellpath Ratings
2.8
Average rating of 1525 reviews on Indeed
2.8Work-Life Balance
3.0Pay & Benefits
2.6Job Security & Advancement
2.4Management
2.6Culture
Headquarters
Nashville
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Health Care

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 Average SalarySalary Range
81 salaries reported
$40.42
per hour
$15.30-$73.40
56 salaries reported
$28.44
per hour
$12.30-$49.10
27 salaries reported
$26.95
per hour
$7.25-$56.25
2 salaries reported
$42.50
per hour
$21.25-$63.75
77 salaries reported
$257,208
per year
$128,000-$386,000
Salary Satisfaction
41%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2519 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

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Overall Reviews at Wellpath

1.0
Specialist | Centennial, CO | Dec 11, 2018
Five-Day Work Week in Jail Setting
I was excited at first but I knew by my third week that I would not be staying unless I had a four-day work week (ten hour days). This is not the kind of setting you will want to spend five days per week at. It's also a "feeder" organization with the majority of staff being transplants from other States excited to live in the Denver area until they see how much it actually cost to live here. The environment is a jail with no windows, grey everything and sitting at your desk half the time daydreaming about not being there. Employees are a mix of cliquish to some cool people. Turnover is very high and like many places that hire majority new people in the mental health field many of the folks are super-stressed or checked-out. My pay was around 60 per year and the job was not hard, but the environment, lack of diversity as well as the general issues would have required more money or a better work schedule. Lack of Diversity, I was like the only person of Color among social workers, Re-Entry, etc and some of the folks were nice and cool. However, others from the beginning were pseudo-verbally aggressive and questioning of my decision-making even though my experience, education as well as socio-economic status was a level or two above theirs but always got the vibe of being stereotyped by some to be the dumbest one or the lone EO hire. I really wanted to stay a year but realized the job was of no value to my resume because most likely similar jobs would suffer the same iss
ProsNone
Conssubpar benefits, lack of diversity, cliquish, no work/life balance
1.0
Registered Nurse | Madison, WI | Mar 25, 2014
Lack of training, professionalism
Madison, WI. Showed have seen the red flag when the individual scheduled to interview me and the interview time was changed 2 hours before scheduled interview. Was hired for prn day shift. I am a 13 yr experienced RN. Was trained 15 days, over a 5 week period. avgd 3 days a week. Had 9 different trainers, in 2 different buildings, on 4 different floors, on 2 different shifts. Every employee sets up their med cart differently. Ie; certain meds on the right or left side or top, middle or bottom drawer etc. On all med carts some meds are in bottles, some on punch out cards that are used for all patients and yet some patients have their own bottles and some have their own punch out cards and you are expected to find the meds in a timely manner and distribute them safely when you are not familiar with the patients or med carts. Of course this was not explained to me prior, I was just expected to catch on I guess. They use paper MARS that are handwritten in. If you could read the handwriting you couldn't understand the order. There is no consistency on how to write a med order or to use military time or standard time. Ie: Tylenol 975mg BID was either written Tylenol 325mg (give three tablets) at 0800 and 2000 or Tylenol 975mg 8am and 8pm sometimes with (give 3 tablets) written as well. Dose on hand was 325mg tablets and 500mg tablets. Some meds for segregation pts. were pre-pulled in the medical room and put into paper cups and labeled for when you got to that area. But you
Pros8 hour shifts vs. 12 hour shifts
ConsEverything else. Lack of consistency, proper training, management, professionalism
2.0
Clinical Therapist | South Carolina | Oct 11, 2021
Would Not Recommend
Working at the SCSVPTP was one of the most rewarding yet difficult experiences in my entire life. I enjoyed working with the residents, but the job load was way too much. As a therapist, you are always taking on extra people on your caseload, covering extra groups, and other clinical activities. The documentation is crazy and it is incredibly difficult/darn near impossible to finish it all within your work day. You will always be working more than your scheduled hours, whether it is staying late or working from home during your time off. Security staffing is not great and I have often had questions regarding our safety in the facility, especially following several close calls. There is very poor communication between the different departments which is integral to properly running a facility. The clinical supervisors for the most part were dismissive and not very supportive. Upper Management and other department's supervisors were not great either. The workplace culture is really what you make it. If you are well liked, it may not be too bad for you. I learned so much and I became stronger clinically through the process. However, at the end, I was burned out to the max. Overall, I would not recommend this role unless you are ready for intense, time-consuming, and sometimes soul crushing work. There are better ways that you can grow clinically. If you choose to work here despite the negative reviews (like I did before), please be prepared to set FIRM boundaries with staff about
ProsThe residents, unique clinical opportunity, some staff were excellent
ConsSafety concerns, staffing concerns, little to no proper training, high turn over, burn out, always understaffed, no work/life balance, you have to work on the weekends for free
4.0
Compliance Auditor | Remote | Aug 24, 2021
Great place and people, trying to make a difference.
Like all work places, no where is perfect and in todays times everyone is exhausted. With that said, I am very grateful to be working for Wellpath. I joined the corporate world in October 2019, right before the pandemic. Despite the typical stereotypes and rumors of working for the corporate world, I have been welcomed by friendly coworkers, great teammates, good benefits, and an overall positive work culture. Joining the corporate headquarters, meeting department heads, and actually getting personal updates to staff from the CEO was something I did not expect. Everyone pushes up their sleeves and gets to work. Personally, I have experienced more appreciation and recognition for my work in my 22 months here that I have at any of my previous jobs combined. I am a part of a wonderful team that promotes a healthy work-life balance and self-care whenever possible, along with sharing the burden of the immense workload/stress in todays times. This makes doing some hard work much much easier. I can say from witnessing first hand, Wellpath is constantly striving to provide for and encourage its employees during a time of greatest need in the healthcare community from the effects of the pandemic to the staffing shortages. I've learned that the correctional healthcare industry is one that is challenging due to strict guidelines and more serious correctional environments. Despite this, Wellpath matches the consequences or difficulties of the environment with striving to help one of
ProsGood pay, great benefits, friendly co-workers, knowing your helping people
ConsStaffing shortages, difficult physical environment, healthcare pandemic
1.0
Licensed Practical Nurse | Mesa County, CO | Feb 17, 2020
This place will ruin your life. Run.
I worked for Wellpath for forty-eight hours, fifty if you count the four thirty minute lunch breaks they took out. This place is scary, and that's an understatement. And I'm not saying that because you work inmates, nope it's the corperation and management it's self. 1. On my first day there, I didn't get trained. I walked in, and introduced myself, it was night shift, and my manager told me to come on that day at that time. I was let in by a guard. None of the medical staff even tried to introduce themselves to me. I was almost kicked out by the sergeant for not having security clearance done... however my boss never told me to do that. I had NO access to clinical or jail software. 2. After being trained, I liked the jail setting. However my coworkers were ex-cons themselves and often flirted with the inmates which I found distasteful still I didn't say anything. 3. I asked my boss for a week off via email. She granted me that week off. I came back, and she told me I had a "no call, no show" in my thirty day period, and let me go. I showed her the email, and she said that she had already started the termination process in the county and Wellpath. 4. Wellpath waited three months to pay me, after relentless nagging, I begged for my $400 paycheck. They ignored my calls, and refused to pay me. I finally filed a complaint with the Department of Labor, and got paid. The paycheck came back to me, and was bounced. This company took another month to pay me for the bounced
5.0
Regional Manager | West, TX | Feb 12, 2019
Wellpath is the place to work for correctional professionals!!!
I have worked for Wellpath (through several company combinations) for over 15 yrs. It saddens me to see the negative comments in here, about a few bad eggs. The majority seems to be about their immediate supervisor or the sites they work in. I can say that my experiance with Wellpath has been much different. I started out as a PRN floor nurse, and was "grown" and encouraged to build the career I have today (and still room to grow) from my immediate supervisors/mentors. The home office's philosophy, "Do the Right Thing", rings true to me, and I try to live by that, as well as, care for patients by that. I have never felt unsupported in any way by the home office and management team above me and I feel that I have a excellent team that provides stellar "boots on the ground" direct medical and mental health care to our patients, inmates/offenders, in all of my facilities I manage, and would expect nothing less. Corrections work is a tough gig... It takes strong, passionate, dedicated people. We work with hundreds of challenging patients going through the worst times in their lives, on a daily basis. Assessing and evaluating their true medical and mental health needs, all while being called names, screamed at, lied to and attempting to be "played". It is often disappointing to see the same patients come in over and over. On the flip side, it is highly rewarding, and rarely acknowledged. Thousands of lives saved, either by "talking them off the ledge", helping with addict
ProsEach day is an adventure, Never dull, Room for growth in career
1.0
| Colorado | Aug 24, 2015
DO NOTWORK HERE
This company provides very little training. They have a 6-7 page training list. After I was "on my own" I reviewed it and 8 lines is all that I had been trained on in the 6-7 pages of the training list. Then they expect you to do everything perfect. When you ask a question, you are treated as if you are stupid for not knowing the answer. You will not get paid until you bug the DON enough. I went over a month without pay. The pay situation still isn't solved. There are people who will point out exactly what you are doing wrong, but when you go back into fix what you did wrong, you notice that those same people are making the same mistake and larger ones. When you ask for training, you're told oh yeah we'll set it up, then after a month of asking, it's still not set up. Co workers will mislead you and give you the wrong information, when they decide to. You are told that you need to move people through faster and are criticized for it, but then reminded, well it's your license. people (who are married, or in a serious relationship) will sit in the office for hours and talk about VERY personal things and how hot they think deputies are and what they'd like to do to them (in GRAPHIC DETAIL), but when a question is asked about work, you're laughed at. Then in the next sentence they will complain that they don't have enough help and are overwhelmed. If you want a job where you are totally stressed out every time you work, confused as to what to do, want no support from co workers
Pros3 days off
ConsEVERYTHING ELSE
1.0
Emergency Medical Technician | Josephine County, OR | Dec 11, 2018
For starters i would have rated this company a negative 2.
In the 4 months I have worked here I've seen 2 supervisors fired 4 employees fired and an employee that was cause all the problems since day one stay. This company seems to fire people on a whim without any basis of a claim.. that cant keep a supervisor there longer than a month and the regional boss refuses to come to help us. The pay for EMT is well below comparable clinical jobs. They have very undefined scope of practice which makes it easy to get yourself in a pinch. They so have you work out of scope and then discipline you for it whenever its convenient for them. That management cant fix the problems so they told us they're considering just firing everyone and starting over when the real problem is upper managements lack of understanding issues at hand.. great employees to work with however some are back stabbed so tread lightly.unless this is a last resort job I'd run as far away from here as you can. It's just a good job to feel the jail out if your interested in beaming an officer. The medical dept is one giant problem with filing faxing, med pass. AND WHEN AN EMERGEMCY COMES UP STAFF IS VERY INCOMPENTANT DUe TO LACK OF REAL QORLD EXPERIENCE IN MEDICINE they only people they get in there are rookie students that just graduated or the kind of nurses that disappear in an actual emergency. Not a good place to work if you want a career and job security because they will throw you out like yesterday's trash even if you are a knowledgeable hard hard worker..
ProsPrn picks their shift
ConsJob security doesnt exist
1.0
Manager | Omaha, NE | Aug 28, 2014
difficult work invironment
exec directors changed every year for the 6 yrs I was there. Very little in the management due to those changeovers. Nursing dept did nt have a DON for much of the time again due to change of staff. Morale in that department was very low and staff were 'cranky' to say the least. Mental Health Dept 's Dir ws on probation for the last 4 yrs primarily due to their failure in completing paper work necessary for both the County (our employer) and normal reports needed for ccs corporate office. overall ambiance was chaos. Positive elment was being able to provide some help to individuals who should have been in mental health facilities and were not due to lack of beds in the community and outside facilities not wanting to deal with psychotic prisoners. We were limited in our ability to help by drug restrictions from the companies formulary including not being able to keep some clients on their normal meds even when there was evidence of other less expensive meds failing to medicate their symptoms. Frustrating I stayed primarily because I saw no evidence that if I left the Dir would hire anyone with a history and credentials to indicate they would be competent in that position. She hired from a very small pool of people who either lived by her or went to her church. They were not ready or able to handle the difficult cases.
Proschallenging clients, good work schedule, able to help SMI clients in hard situation
Consno support from upper management, lies from upper managment, poor work invironment, too short on staff always
1.0
Administrative Assistant | Lake County, FL | Jun 17, 2019
Heartless, avaricious company
After almost 14 years of giving all my time, energy, and care to one place of employment, the contract ended and a new company was brought in. Now, while I understand the new company did not have to retain me, it was implied and made to believe that this was going to be a transition from one company to another. I know that I am a hard worker and am always willing to help as well as I get in early and stay late when needed.. Not to mention, that after almost 14 years, I have built a repour with the outside vendors, providers, client and staff. My life has since turned up-side-down, since Wellpath was announced. When I met for their "interview" process, it turned out to be more of a "Bring your last paystub, so we see what your making" meeting. Long story short, I was NOT able to keep my employment and no offer was extended. Please note, that even a .50 cent raise once a year can bring up your rate...so after 6 years, what do you expect someone to be at? My life is now completely up-side-down, do to being laid off/ received no offer. How can one company be so heartless? Could they not have extended some sort of negotiated offer, even if it was lower, nstead of leaving someone unable to provide for their family and soon to be homeless? (Not exaggerating) To the management of Wellpath, you may not owe anyone of us here anything, or even care..... but in case you do, please know you are solely responsible for my destitution and I am sure that of others.... If that

Questions And Answers about Wellpath

What would you suggest Wellpath management do to prevent others from leaving?
Asked Mar 19, 2017
They do not value their people and do not like to give raises no matter how hard you work. They are not honest about job duties. A couple people do all the work while others don’t have enough. My advice going in and discussing wages go high. Do not underbid yourself.
Answered Jun 20, 2022
At Clark County Detention Center they need to be terminated or quit and bring in a new group of managers
Answered Jun 16, 2021
What is the interview process like at Wellpath?
Asked Jul 11, 2016
It’s fairly low pressure.
Answered Feb 19, 2022
Stress free!
Answered Jan 12, 2022
What is the best part of working at Wellpath?
Asked May 7, 2020
It's a great place to work. You get to work in a diverse environment where you learn and grow every day.
Answered May 5, 2022
The team members help each other. On site administrators are not shy about helping on the floor.
Answered May 4, 2022
What is the most stressful part about working at Wellpath?
Asked Mar 26, 2018
Learning good boundaries, and avoiding litigation by clients
Answered Feb 19, 2022
Never knowing if you are going to have a second nurse or not
Answered Nov 30, 2021
If you were to leave Wellpath, what would be the reason?
Asked Mar 19, 2017
commute distance
Answered Nov 18, 2021
The incompetent leadership at Clark County Detention Center!
Answered Jun 16, 2021