LPN (Current Employee), Cincinnati ohio – July 4, 2015
Pros: the people and benefits
I like my job at TLC. To be honest it is a break from pushing that cart in a LTC facility. Was told the wrong pay but I stayed anyways because the people you work with are great and the benefits make up for it. I plan on staying at TLC till I get my RN and plan on coming back when I have my NP.
CMA/CNA (Current Employee), Bardstown, KY – June 24, 2015
Pros: 5 MINS FROM MY HOUSE
Cons: 12 HOUR SHIFTS
I LOVE IT HERE. I CHECK IN PT'S AND TAKE VITALS SIGNS,OR ANY OTHER TESTING THAT APRN MIGHT NEED FOR ME TO DO. THERE IS USUALLY ONLY TWO OF US AT A TIME INT HE CLINIC,i LOVE WORKING HELPING SICK PEOPLE AND TO MAKE THEM FEEL BETTER
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee), Cincinnati Region – June 17, 2015
The balance between life and work is terrible. The managers in the Cincinnati Region expect your life to be about nothing but The Little Clinic. During the winter snowstorms, when roads were barely accessible, – more... you were demanded to come in. One manager stated it was because The Little Clinic is like a hospital. In all truth, they are far from that. All that is cared about is getting money and numbers for the clinics. If a patient has an insurance that is not accepted at the clinic, the manager expect you to badger that person into being seen and paying $85 and/or up to be seen at the clinic. Oh, and if someone comes to the clinic and it is obvious the need to go to the ER or have an ambulance called, it is expected that you call a manager first before calling 911; because you know, there could be a chance that they could be seen at the clinic. – less
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee), Lakeland, TN – April 28, 2015
Pros: Kroger benefits
Like I stated before, this place is a joke. There is no room to move up, and even if there was you would get no recognition for all the hard work you do. The regional manager gets praise and recognition – more... for having such good numbers, yet it's not her doing the work it's all her emplyees that slave day after day. People who come to work and do their job get picked on for things that aren't relevant and others who sit on their butts all day slide right on by. Management is one word; EVIL. There are so many games played with management. If it's not the harassment, it's the almost threatening comments made. Don't plan on having a life outside of work due to the 12 hour shifts and every other weekend. Seriously, don't waste your time applying here. It will bring you nothing but stress that you do not need or want. – less
FNP (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – March 20, 2015
Cons: unprofessional regional director, no support, very limited scope of practice, long shifts, only 30-35 hours offered, required weekends and call shifts, short orientation
I recently resigned from my position as a provider at the Little Clinic, and I couldn't be happier. The company offers pretty decent benefits and discounts, but the work/life balance and the management – more... is awful in the Memphis region. I wouldn't have given a 1 star rating, but there wasn't an option to give a 0 star rating. I read the previous reviews of the Memphis region, and they are very true. There is no support and there are no resources for new providers. The clinic providers are mostly new grads, and the regional director throws them out after a very short orientation to run their own clinic. I had a real problem with this because I was still learning to be a FNP, and the regional director was more worried about how quick I was seeing patients. The turnover rate in the past month has been really high, but no one cares. The regional director is very unprofessional and talks down to everyone. She talks about providers in front of other providers. She never smiles unless she is making fun of someone. She doesn't care about anyone unless your are making a profit because it makes her bonus bigger. Think long and hard before you apply! – less
Nurse practitioner (Former Employee), Memphis, Tennessee – March 16, 2015
Pros: decent salary
Cons: 12 hour shifts
The Little Clinic makes it difficult to have a good work/life balance with 12 hour shifts and working every other weekend. The turnover for NPs in the Memphis region is ridiculous and for a company not – more... to investigate such a high turnover rate shows me that the company is not interested in establishing a long term relationship with the NP. Middle management staff worked well with the NPs but the regional manager is very distant and unapproachable. – less
Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee), Memphis, Tennessee – March 11, 2015
Pros: decent salary
Cons: hours, regional unprofessional
I am a former employee and the Memphis, TN district is by far the worst.The Regional talks to you in a unprofessional manner .It's just like high school, meaning, you have people in a authority that plays – more... childish games.Also , the turnover rate is ridiculous and corporate has yet to investigate. My suggestion to you is don't apply .Don't take yourself through the stress and headache.Always remember, a company that continues to hire for the same positions consistently, there is a problem from within. You have been warned. – less
LPN (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – January 27, 2015
I love my staff there. They were all very friendly, helpful and professional. I still go there for all my healthcare needs. Quick and efficient. I really enjoyed working there and meeting new people everyday.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee), Cordova, TN – January 19, 2015
Pros: clinic is located inside of kroger, 10% of kroger items, every other weekend off, off days
Cons: work weekends, 12 hour shifts, no overtime, only 30-35 hours available
SUPER EASY JOB! :) Learn medical terminology/health scenarios Kind, compassionate co-workers Diverse patient base Most enjoyable part of the job: Interacting with patient's and meeting their needs/expectations
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee), Bartlett, TN – July 30, 2014
My days especially at my location is always busy, which is a good thing; because I love to stay busy instead of fumbling my thumbs all day. I have learned more than I knew before going into the field. – more... Medication inventory, different medications, supplies, etc.
The management team are great. They are there for us for any needs necessary.
I really do not get to work with many co-workers other then the NPs. The ones I have worked with are great and I have learned every ones routine and how they work.
Seeing little children coming to the clinic sick, because I know that they are in some kind of pain.
Calling the patients for a courtesy call and hearing that they feel better and appreciate the calls. – less