I came to QCI Healthcare as a cena worked for them for roughly 2.5 years. I left to go to school eventually obtaining my LPN. I found the job market to be tough and not too willing to give a new LPN a chance. I returned to QCI, and was told the policy is to not place newly licensed LPNs but they would see what they could do. Assisted in setting me up at a smaller facility, with an extended orientation. Yes, orientation was at lower pay but the opportunity proved to be invaluable. I owe QCI so much for be willing to help me get the experience I needed. The staff is great, and have been on board a long time. Says a lot about a company when you go in 2 years later and see they have retained the same schedulers and recruiters!!! I read one of the other reviews, and its funny QCI is being blamed because someone choose to live an hour away from there job, if that is your choice than you leave in a manner that allows you to get to work on time. I say this because I live by Lansing, job market tight. But I am proud to say I have a perfect attendance record, because I value my job and take pride in being punctual, dependable and professional.
Insurance plan for family is costly