Nextcare does not care about their employees at all. You will be overworked, understaffed, and unappreciated. Benefits are a joke and it cost $650/month for poor health insurance for your family, 401k matching was recently revoked, and you earn 132 hours of PTO (roughly 10 days) for the first 3 years. But you will have to use those hours when the clinic closes for reasons out of your control, like when the provider calls out sick or the clinic is closed for holiday.
Work days are a minimum of 13 hours from 7:30am-8:30pm, up to 15 hours depending on how many patients are in the door at closing. During this time you will not have a lunch or any other break. You will eat at your desk in between patients. Any mistake you make will be pointed out. Nothing positive will ever be said to you. You will start out underpaid for your position compared to other companies, and never catch up with your 2% raises received about 18 months apart. At my clinic, we saw 50-60 people a day, often with 3 employees - one front desk, one back office, and one doctor/provider. On lucky days we had 2 back office, but front office is always alone, with no chance to even go to the bathroom without coming back to a line at the desk. We had I think 5 managers in 4 years, and countless other employees. Turnover is high, and for good reason.
everything else - toxic environment, long hours, no breaks