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Desperation works both ways, but perfect bridge job to land else where
Operations (Former Employee), Southlake, TXJuly 4, 2015
Pros: Day Time Drama - who needs TV
Cons: A Career Killer
To start, this is a JOB, and most people need one, so if you can't function in corporate America, were making money is the way of life; I suggest looking into a non-profit, or moving to a third world country... Here are the fun facts:

Yes, you will work hard, feel unappreciated, and be in constant fear of losing your job, but in my opinion, that is usually the excuse from those who never intended to do an honest days work and promised to over deliver during their interview: ie; arriving early, knows the job, motivated to learn and focused; believe me, you will be hired because they are desperate for someone who appears to be stable enough to chew, talk, walk and do all 3 exceptionally well at the same time as multitasking is critical, so make the most of the opportunity, and deliver what you exhibited.

If hired, this job is not for ever and you will move on within nine months; the key to sustaining is to learn the job, do it well within the 1st week, stay away from contributing to gossip and not becoming the dunce lured to the BFF (informant) world with someone at corporate (co-founder especially)... You are not special and many people have come and gone thinking they were and thought they had a future because of the special relationship established just by giving daily updates or inside scoop... DUNCE

There are NO excuses to continue blaming corporate for their inept attitude or childish ways - IT IS CLEARLY KNOWN, corporate is cruel, dysfunctional, bipolar, condescending, unprofessional, verbally abusive, back stabbing, terrible w/ OT & time off; you are dealing – more... with a unstable group here with NO self esteem, family issues, and no matter who has come and gone it remains the same...Welcome to the rejects of corporate America....

Remember, this is a JOB, consider yourself lucky (they don't even ask for a drug test or a back ground check here) so get to work, keep pushing the testo to help middle aged men and women feel 21 again, but stay weary of that internal wannabe with daddy issues who is looking to be your BFF, and carries that semi-auto carelessly to term falsely...

Good luck, but just be ready to bounce out at any time, as making payroll can be difficult. – less
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Big fat NO!
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), TexasJune 30, 2015
Pros: pay is okay
Cons: poor management, hours, short staff, and many more
Wanted to rate a no star, but of course it wouldn't let me. There are way too many things wrong with that place and I am ashamed to have put my hard work and time there. They are all about the money and can care less for their employees. The providers work long hours and MA's will run front and back end so that makes it two jobs. Corporate is horrible and you work like dogs for them with the new crazy hours Monday-Saturday. This is not a place where you can advance or can request any time off because there is not enough staff. It is all just completely disorganized with no thought at all in their new hours to compensate employees. It's sad that they lose very good employees because they see you as replaceable. You will work very hard at this place and won't be recognized for it so be very aware of the reviews you read and take in mind before applying for the job. All the one star ratings you read will give you a good understanding...
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REVOLVING DOOR - ZERO STABILITY
Employee (Former Employee), TexasJune 30, 2015
Pros: ZERO!
Cons: THE LIST COULD GO ON FOREVER......
THERE IS A REASON WHY THIS COMPANY IS A REVOLVING DOOR. Nothing is stable or consistent. Employees who are smart take off running, the pay is decent but it’s not worth everything you have to put up with. This company is headed down hill. The owner is bi-polar and can never make up his mind. The company is micro managed by “corporate” pets who clearly do not know how to handle a fast paced company. Most all the girls in corporate who are the favorites make big decisions that should be handled way more professionally by people who actually know what is going on. ZERO JOB SECURITY, they basically tell you that you are disposable and easily replaceable. Benefits are not that great & not affordable at all! Most everyone who works there is young. Corporate employees never last, there is always someone new in every department. You never know what the next work day will bring. THE COMPANY IS ALWAYS SHORT STAFFED. High school atmosphere with a lot of drama, favorites & cliques. All the company and owner care about is money and how to make an extra buck, which results in you working crazy hours Monday- Saturday that always change! Pay scale is always fluctuating and bonuses taken away. Time clock fraud, they will mess with your hours to guarantee they aren’t paying anyone overtime. Lack of communication within the entire company, No one is ever on the same page. THEY DO NOT VALUE EMPLOYEES. If you are a medical professional with experience consider yourself warned.
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Absolute Worst Environment to Work In!
Corporate Employee (Former Employee), Colleyville, TXJune 24, 2015
Cons: DRAMA, zero job security, terrible operations management
There are a handful of long-term favored employees in corporate who are destroying the company. They take credit for others' hard work and are constantly looking to throw coworkers under the bus to make themselves look better. These handful of employees are EXTREMELY UNPROFESSIONAL and thrive on drama. This behavior creates a tense, cut-throat atmosphere in which you feel the need to constantly defend your work even if you are doing a great job. Sadly, the owner has let many great employees come and go, choosing instead to remain loyal to the employees that are literally running the company into the ground.
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Fast pace work place
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TXMay 11, 2015
A typical day at work was taking vital signs and checking levels. Also injecting testosterone. The work place was full with very friendly people.
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Exciting place to work- Many changes
Corporate Office (Current Employee), DallasMay 7, 2015
Pros: Fast pace, ever changing, never a dull moment
Cons: Communication could be better
I have worked at Low T Center for the last 5 months. There have been several changes to the company in this time. The owner is a dynamic leader who grew the company to 45 centers in a short time. His personality rubs some of the people the wrong way. His success has made many people envious. I am proud to work for a successful entrepreneur. The company has added several senior management professionals and is working hard on making Low T Centers a great place to work. As with any company that is growing as fast as Low T, mistakes have been made. These mistakes need to be corrected in order to have a future. Change is a constant with any growing company.This is a great opportunity for people who want to experience a fast pace, fun and exciting medical environment that is revolutionizing the way patients get serviced in a medical clinic.
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The owner is a Tyrant, this company is going down, also dont apply if you arent pretty
Employee (Current Employee), DFWApril 17, 2015
Cons: name it
This company is on a free falling downward slope, they are firing people left and right to save money, while the owner buys planes and expensive corvettes. This idea has loads of potential, and could be a gold mine for someone that managed it right, but it is not being managed right. If you are an MA or Front Desk, don't apply unless you are skinny, and attractive, you wont even get a second look, they are the Twin peaks of the medical world. They treat people horrible and will fire you with out hesitation, and the crooked lawyer they have working for them will fight every bit of unemployment you so rightfully deserve. Avoid this place like the plague whether you are an NP, PA, MA, Front desk, or looking at corporate roles. It's a complete an utter mess, and it all filters from the man on top. There are lots of unethical practices happening everyday, not necessarily with the medicine part of it, but with everything else. What's sad is there are a lot of good people in the company that are stuck, but hopefully they find something better and less hostile soon.
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Work load was a lot for only 1 MA to handle; Always worked short staff since I started
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Houston, TXApril 15, 2015
Pros: NO PROS
Cons: EVERYTHING!!!
Not a good company to work for!!! Always short staff, center hours changed without notice and job was threatened if I did not work the new hours.
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Terrible management, FAVORITISM, if someone has been there longer than you & they don't like you, you're gone.
Medical Assisant (Former Employee), Brentwood, TNApril 8, 2015
Pros: the pay rate and the 1 hour lunches, THATS IT.
Cons: Employees, Management, the way people treat you. AWFUL. Lazy MA's
I "liked" working for Low T. The pay was great, I loved the patients.....But the employees, the Corporate staff, the stupid Nurse Practitioner, even the Provider, is a whole different story. No one cares about you all they care about is getting their paycheck. The girls that have been there longer than you get to do what they want, they get to be lazy, they get to come and go when they want, they get to sit there on their tails and just eat snacks all day up front with the FDC while getting paid freakin $15 an hour, while your back there busting your butt getting paid LESS. They get to bully you and be rude to you and GET AWAY WITH IT, still keep their job and YOU get "released". FAVORITISM was a huge issue at the Brentwood Location. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THAT CENTER. The girls there are awful. I was treated weird there from the get go. The other Medical Assistant had an awful attitude- rudest person I have ever met and she still got to keep her job. Nice one day rude to me the next day. Like I stated earlier favoritism was a huge issue. Probably still is. You are being warned.
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Big mistake.......
Anonymous (Current Employee), TexasMarch 27, 2015
Pros: Good starting pay, but benefits are not affordable
Cons: Expected to work all the time, no time off, terrible management
I made a big mistake accepting a position at Low T. It has been made clear that there will be no opportunities for advancement and it's a dead end road.
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Interesting
Employee (Current Employee), United StatesMarch 3, 2015
Pros: pay, good physician oversight
Cons: corporate, unstable, pay scale changes
Patient experience is fantastic. Providers develop a great relationship with patients, and really make an impact on their life. Pay scale is good in some centers, and lower end in other centers. Long hours, corporate side less than ideal and unstable, pay and promises always changing. Medical side is solid and hard working.
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Run as fast as you can!
N/A (Former Employee), N/AJanuary 14, 2015
Pros: starting pay is not bad
Cons: drama, poor management/corporate office, no respect, treated like you are replaceable
The review wouldn't allow me to give no stars! The corporate office will do all they can to NOT pay workers over time, including change your work hours several times or "ask" you to leave early or come in late so your only showing 40hrs a week. They will write you up or get on you for having over time. They are all about making themselves rich and do not take care of their employees, unless you are one of the over paid - lazy favorites. Then you are allowed to come and go as you please, do a poor job and still keep your job! If you don't mind working your but off and not getting any help or recognition or pay compensation go ahead and apply. But you have been warned!
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okay
Front Desk Coordinator (Current Employee), glenview ilNovember 11, 2014
This company is a okay to work for , I can not complain at this time.

Your work day consists of local marketing to bring in new patients.
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Breaking Laws, High Turnover, Dying Patients Oh My!
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Houston, TXOctober 18, 2014
Pros: pay, don't take the 1st offer of $13 some get $16 no exp, the add 0.30 per patient if you reach monthly goal, pas still receive this whether the goal is reached or not
Cons: company wide time clock fraud (no overtime pay but expected to work overtime), too many corners cut to save money, benefits(affordable healthcare act is better), corporate can make calls to fire w/o notice. if you don't live/move to dallas you are screwed
This company is a gross misrepresentation of a male clinic who LIES to insurance companies and patients. At the location I worked, MAs did all the work while the PA fraternized with different women in the office including his wife. Inadequate training is only 3-5 days and if you don't get it you are still placed in a clinic while they place a new ad for your position. I've seen girls hired at the beginning of the month and fired only by seeing a new face in the office the morning they arrive to work. If you are a under 25, 140lbs, white, light skinned black, white looking(Latinos), and have minimal education you've got the job. Asking questions from corporate seems to always be a bother and call yourself lucky if you get a callback/email/any answer. The employee handbook is just for government protocol but nothing inside matters especially if pointed out to corporate. If you keep your head down and are quiet you keep your job. But if you speak out on the time clock fraud(no overtime pay at all no matter how late you stay), patient's test results showing they don't need therapy, and favoritism your days are numbered. They love to hire walking robotic airheads. Room for advancement is true but only if you live in the Dallas area. Advancement usually happens when you threatened to quit after years of employment and they will make up a position for you. Texas is an at-will state and they take full advantage of this. One phone call and you are gone. If Texas was not at-will this company would have folded years ago. There's been a few patient deaths and a multitude of heart attacks. WORK THERE at YOUR OWN RISK
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Former employee.. AWFUL
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Knoxville, TNSeptember 9, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: no overtime no matter if you stay late. no time off
Not very busy during the shift. Did not learn very much. Management is terrible and not easy to please. The coworkers are friendly but not eager to teach new employees. A ton of gossip goes on and bosses wife is always there. It was like being stuck in high school all over again. The hardest part of the job is trying to please everyone and do everything the way he wants it done in the first week. They do not show you how to do things they expect you to know it.
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poor management and no job stability
former employee (Former Employee), Colleyville, TXAugust 27, 2014
Pros: pay
Cons: no job stability and lack of communication
Lack of structure within the company. Communication is bad and management is not good either.
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Great place to work
Phlebotomist/Medical Assistant (Former Employee), The Woodlands, TXJuly 27, 2014
Stayed very busy throughout the day at work. Our patients were awesome.
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Ashamed to say I worked there.
Center Director (Former Employee), TexasJuly 19, 2014
Pros: pay is good.
Cons: benefits are not great. no challenge. can't ever get a day off.
A typical work day is talking to men for a few seconds before they get a testosterone injection. Management does push quite hard for you to "sell" this stuff, even if the patient wouldn't benefit. Management even tells you to come up with a "pitch" for you to convince a patient they need testosterone even when they don't. I guess that's why I left, couldn't go home with a conscience. The pay is good, but the benefits are pretty bad. Don't worry about your vacation time, because if you are a center director, you will never get to use it. This is a good position if you are just wanting to kill some time while your looking for a real job. Turnover for employees is 100 percent. Also, when you do find the real career your looking for, don't bother giving notice; because if they possibly can, they will push you out early anyway. My advice? When you decide to leave, just leave that day. Don't worry about your vacation time, because they won't pay you out for it anyway. And remember, you never got to use it in the first place. I would never advise anyone to leave a job without notice, but your bridge is burnt either way with these folks.
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Awful Management and POOR leadership
Center Director, Physician Assistant (Former Employee), DFW, TXJuly 17, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: horrible management, poor patient care
Watch your back. The Low T Center is all about money and they could care less about quality patient care. If you are a professional, I would not go there. You have been warned. Every aspect of the company is ran by a dictator, the owner. They only employ physicians to hire Physician Assistants that are treated like factory workers. You have no say in your schedule. If you have 80 patients scheduled, TOO BAD, you have to see them without help. They only offer 7 days of vacation and are even open on Christmas Eve. If the roads are froze, TOO BAD, you have to risk it and go.
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no communication
Facilities Coordinator (Current Employee), ColleyvilleJune 23, 2014
Pros: good money
Cons: bad management
No communication between management and hourly employees.
Lack of scheduling on projects.

About Low T Center

Founded in 2009, The Low T Center has quickly evolved into a pioneering and innovative medical practice environment. The physicians – Read more

Low T Center Salaries

Physician Assistant
$105,043 per year
Medical Assistant
$14.00 per hour
Nurse Practitioner
$100,000 per year
Accounting Clerk
$65,000 per year
Accounts Payable Clerk
$33,750 per year