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Not Bad, Not Enough Work
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Houston, TXAugust 13, 2014
This company provided on-site basic health screenings for corporate offices, retail and pharmacy stores, and grocery stores. I got paid up to $30 an hour for my work, but there wasn't much of it. I enjoyed going to places I hadn't been to, sometimes out of state, and meeting mostly nice customers who were grateful to see us.

I ended my relationship – more... with RediClinic at the end of 2008 after just over two years, because they decided to concentrate on their home markets in Texas, and GA wasn't profitable for them anymore. – less
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Great schedule and wonderful work environment
Clinic Assistant (Current Employee), Austin, TXJuly 27, 2014
Pros: great schedule, friendly employees, nice benefits
Cons: short lunch break, management turn over rate
Working one on one with another Clinician is my favorite part. You create a team together and if well suited the clinic task flow smoothly and patient satisfaction is high. The schedule is great, 3 day weekends every other week and they pay is high compared to other Austin clinics. It's nice to be able to check in a pt, obtain cc and vitals, perform – more... all their testing and bloodwork and check them out. The aspect of patient care throughout the whole office visit is what appeals to me most. I enjoy do many different task and RediClinic offers that to it's Clinic Assistants. – less
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Horrible Management, HORRIBLE place to work, a joke
Clinician (Former Employee), HoustonApril 5, 2014
Pros: 3 day weeks
Cons: company does not care about you as an employee, at all.
Hoping one day corporate will realize the turnover for this company in north Houston is so high because of management.
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I only worked 3 days per month
Physician Assistant (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJanuary 13, 2014
I did not have enough training and was not there enough to learn the EMR very well.
This is a business and the goal is to "up sell" services.
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Productive workplace inside an HEB
Medical Assistant (Current Employee), San Antonio, TXSeptember 26, 2013
Pros: great pay, great management team, good benefits, awesome coworker
Cons: schedules, location, all walk ins, privacy for pts, marketing, long hours
Rediclinic is a great place to work. Ive learned alot of my medical experience from them and also have grown as a person with them. The Management is great but they have had a huge turn over rate as long as I have been here. The hardest part of the job is the schedule and it changing so much.They have a huge turn over rate with their clinic assistants – more... , providers, and management which makes it a little more difficult with the schedules and them changing their hours. It is all walkins and inside of a grocery store and we have plenty of privacy complaints but they continue to return because of the convenience.
The most enjoyable part of my job would have to be my coworker which is a PA and we are a GREAT team and run this clinic like a well oiled machine and have the perfect pt satisfation scores out of all the San Antonio clinic's. – less
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Slow paced work place
Clinic Assistant (Former Employee), Bulverde, TXMay 21, 2013
Pros: pay, benefits
Cons: marketing
My typical work day at Rediclinic was to assist patients that came into the clinic to be seen for minor illinesses, and vaccines. While working there I've learned how to assist the PA in triaging the patients, and administering vaccines to patients. The people that I worked with were great and provided a healthy work environment. The hardest part of – more... my job was to convince patients to sign contacts to keep their credit card on file for billing purposes, and marketing. – less
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Good place to work.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Katy, TXJuly 19, 2012
Pros: flexibility
Cons: only give 30 minute lunch, work on the weekend, 12 hour shifts, and you have to do sales
Days were different, depending on what day of the week I worked. We were usually busy weekends than, any other day. I learned a lot, about weight loss, to even do sales. I only worked with a Physician Assistant, so did not have many co-workers. The hardest part of the job was to not be able to see some patients that really needed to be seen. I liked – more... this job because they were very flexible when ever you needed a day off. – less