Vascular Medicine Institutes

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Vascular Medicine Institutes.

Specializing in such procedures and conditions as:
– Dialysis Vascular Access
– Peripheral Artery Disease
– Varicose Vein Disease

The Vascular Medicine Institute also has offices in the greater Houston, Texas area.

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1856 Precinct Line Road
Suite 101
Hurst, TX 76054
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In July of 2017 I was hired by Dr. P , for a position of Clinic Manager / Billing . He talked me into leaving my current position as a clinic director giving no notice as he stated it was Urgent and had to have someone asap . I started on a Friday, the staff had no idea who I was , they called provider who stated to send me home and for me to come back that Monday . I worked the front desk for 2 weeks in the first week he threatened to fire me 2 x without reason . The Sind week on a Friday he called me into his office and said he changed his mind and let me go . He told me to go back where I came from . I have over 20 years medical administration experience . I have never been treated so poorly . Be aware of this provider and unprofessional staff . This has caused many months of financial hsrdshop for myself and family

Alison Temple | January 9, 2018

I was called on a Friday (12/29) for an interview, and was asked to come in right then. Dr. Parikh stated that he needed me urgently for a billing/office management position, so I offered to come in on Saturday to interview with him. During the interview he verbally offered me the job. We discussed pay, job duties, pay periods, everything. He also stated that since the following week contained a holiday that he wanted me to start the next week so that he didn’t have to worry about payroll. I turned down another job offer and made costly arrangements in preparation for this job. On the day I was scheduled to start, I showed up at 8:00AM and went to the front desk. I asked if he was in yet and informed them that I was reporting for my first day. They had no knowledge of who I was. A nurse called Dr. Parikh and told me in front of a lobby of patients that he had changed his mind and that he would call me later. I left and emailed him asking what was going on and he stated we never had an agreement since we didn’t sign anything and that he was hiring a management company that also handles billing. It was completely unprofessional and I left in utter shock. This was a major financial setback, as well as a huge setback in my search for a job. Please consider this before accepting a position here, and do get everything in writing.

K. Mayfield | January 9, 2018

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