The positive reviews are from corporate and customer service, who aren't at the facilities.......ever. In order to be successful at this company you have to be selfish. Whether it's towards your patients, or your coworkers. A couple of people are team players, but for the most part it's a lot of CYA. The company treats patients like cattle wanting them to be in and out in under an hour. Which is difficult at times when there is only one person in the back. One person to do vitals, screening, coding, collect payment, collect surveys, and discharge every patient. That person must also do labs, eye exams, xrays, drug screens, IVs, blood draws, draw and administer immunizations, and breath alcohol testing as needed. Sometimes there will be two in the back, but they will call as soon as there is a slow period and send whoever is going to get overtime that week home. 5 centers in Houston with only 3 people willing to be a center leader, and the HR lady quit recently. I could go on for hours, but you get my point.
Your 13 hours is spent at MedSpring