Walgreens is selling off the clinics and the work experience is despairing
Clinical Educator (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – February 22, 2018
Walgreens started with over 430 retail clinics in their store. When I left, they were down to 1/3 of that. They are leasing the space inside their stores and selling off the clinics to affiliates. The work attitude is discouraging knowing that you may be the next to go. Most times, the affiliates will hire the Walgreens team, but not always. Aurora did not hire the full time workers in the MKE market. I was trained as a principal trainer for Epic and developed training and trained the staff on the new Epic EMR. I was supposed to continue as the company Epic trainer. Walgreens decided to pull the position, and I was out of a job.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – January 29, 2018
Great management, Each and everyday was enjoyable. I always look forward to going in and working. Working with responsible coworkers learning new techniques to improve better patient care and going home feeling like you could grow with the company.
Office provided scrubs, one hour lunches, offered continue patient education