Depends on department you are employed in
Office Nurse - LPN (Former Employee) – Main Campaus, Pavillion, Jacksonvillle – August 13, 2012
I was employed with the clinic for a little over 6 years, great thing that you can advance, most of the time. Benefits are decent, nothing spectacular, although they promise you a "cost of living increase" every year, but it has been 2 years since the last one for the nursing staff. They do not follow their own policies and procedures. Many departments within the clinic are problematic, and looking from the outside you are able to transfer out, but your manager can stop the transfer if they desire. There is no one willing to help you in administration. You can file a grievence, but it does no good. And if you find something the clinic is doing wrong, legally, morally, or ethically, if they think you will report it, you will be fired as soon as they can, and for bogas reasons. For the most part the doctors are great (by the way, the providers (doctors) are the "partners" of the clinic on paper, but the clinic says you work for the clinic, not the doctors.) over the 6 years I was there, more and more decisions were taken away from the doctors, and "the clinic" now dictates how they are to run their office, and its getting worse by the day. The fellow co-workers are great, and they still have a few good managers, but they are weeding out anyone who has been there any length of time, possibly due to the cost of keeping these employees and their benefits compared to hiring a new graduate.
some flexibility in schedual, and the co-workers
clinic does not follow their own policies & procedures