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Hostile work group that focuses on drama/politics within the department rather than expeditiously providing care to Seattle's homeless population. Difficult to receive access to the tools necessary to function adequately in order to perform your daily job duties ie access to computer databases, immunizations prescribed for patients or testing devices to check patient glucose readings to name just a few. There were no methods and procedures binders or resources to refer to if questions arose; needed to wait until lead MA or an RN was available loosing valuable time and upsetting patient flow.

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Health, dental, vision coverage

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Easy, three people just few questions

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I am not familiar with that clinic.

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It's just north of the Ship Canal, which is just north of town. The thing is, you'll have to cross bridges that tend to back up or even lift up (Fremont Bridge). Or drive a very slow land road. There's a lot of great housing in the University area, so it's probably better to live north of the Ship Canal, and just drive or ride the buses.

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Nothing I can think of at the moment. For the most part, the institution is working rather well.

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To lax, most of the supportive staff were loud and lazy, did not help others like they should have. Very tight group clicks that did not gel.

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I do not recall as it was so many years ago.

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I am proud of my achievements at the University of Washington. To become a grader, I had to rank in the top 10% of my classes of 90 people, in consecutive classes taught by the same professor. In hindsight, the hard work was well worth it.

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It can take many months to hear back about a job, or you may hear back the second you press "Enter." It depends on how motivated the department is to hire someone quickly.

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