There is tons of training, which is a good thing.... The down side of this training is that it often requires traveling and overnight stays. At other times the training was on conference calls held during office hours, leaving one other person to handle the desk alone.
Corporate is heavy handed. There is a bazillion bosses and corporate level employees, but the offices are scaled to a bare minimum of people to deliver care. Micromanagement at it's finest. Your boss will be in once a week, as well as your bosses boss....and when they are not...they are on the phone.
The staff is expected to work through lunch on a daily basis, and routinely kept 2+ hours after working hours.... because the doctor has no consideration for the staff and their families.
The most enjoyable part of the job was helping patients. The hardest part of the job was the hours, and never being able to make plans in what was supposed to be my personal time.