Unfortunately, in the case of Rediclinic, your job experience is only as good as your manager. In the Austin market, clinicians are treated with little respect, they only follow their practice model of a clinic assistant with a clinician when it suits them, and staff turnover is horrendous. I think working for RediClinic in general could be a very positive thing, but the current environment in Austin is not positive, and many people have left and many who haven't are looking. If upper management takes a real interest, the Austin market could be turned around and more positive. Marketing is a big part of this job, and many nurse practitioners/PA's really didn't go to grad school to greet customers in the grocery store and accost them with a flyer.
Competitive pay, should be low stress
Long work days, management, no consistency, expectations constantly raised.