Management really does make a difference.
It seems like there is always an ulterior motive.
The place wouldn't be that bad if management and HR knew what they were doing.
Healthcare is no longer for the patient, it is for the money.
I get it, it's a business, but it's more than that, we are caring for the sick--cut them some slack.
Benefits-- with health insurance you are only allowed to go to other Palmetto Primary Care Physicians, if you need a specialist you will pay out of pocket because most of them are outside PPCP.
It's a good place to get experience-not to grow and advance.