Management needs a lot of work, constantly micro-managing the other employees. They have no respect for educated and licensed medical professionals, to include the center physician. The pay was ok, but not competitive with area hospitals. The corporate culture is all about profit, how much money can we squeeze out of these centers with as little actual effort as possible. The company is all about metrics, they don't care about their employees. Staff are just another disposable soft good. The culture and mindset are toxic. The work environment sucks. And heaven forbid you're good at your job, because then you get to do other people's jobs too. And the hours are unpredictable, you'll work 12 hours one day, then get put on a 2-3 hour lunch the next day to offset the extra hours. You get yelled at for not having a flexible schedule and they demand you remain available to cover call ins but then cut your hours of it's affecting profit margins. The only up side was I took care of employees that are so poorly paid, they couldn't afford to go to doctor. Also the work was really easy, takes almost no effort.
Easy job, had an office.