Medexpress Salaries, Bonuses and Benefits.

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What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Medexpress?

What do you like best about working at Medexpress? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

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N/A in Wilmington, Delaware

15 months ago

Pay rate is low compared to its biggest competitors. Pay rate doesn't reflect true market value of experience and raises are at or above 1%. Front Office Assistants average $10/hr, Medical Assistants $10.75-$11.50, RNs $24-$27, LPNs $19-$23, RTs $17-$19. You and your immediate family can be seen for free at any of the surrounding facilities and most in stock perscriptions are discounted at $10. Drs & management get most of the bonuses. The only time the rest of the center staff gets bonuses is by getting a DR, PA, or CNP hired. The sodas are free and are stocked monthly by management. They also have a food budget that they use to stock the fridge so that the employees don't have to buy lunch or be without breakfast. Sometimes management will buy lunch for the staff. There is a discount program with Sam's Club. The only good thing about the company is that full time staff works 3 days a week, part time only works one day a week. All shifts are 12 hr days, which allows for flexibility to fill up the extra 4-6 days a week with either another job or other activities.

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n/a Radiologic Technologist in Tampa, Florida

10 months ago

Pay is low. constantly understaffed, high turnover, only Corporate and the Dr's get Bonus'. It used to be a great place to work, but not anymore. Most of the staff is wonderful, and a joy to work with, but the rest of them are a bunch of back-stabbing, lying, lazy children that like to complain. The company is more interested in profits than the "Great Care Fast" slogan they use. They even gives bonus' to Dr's that get patients in and out within a certain time. So, the Dr hurries with his dictation and discharges the patients before staff can do the work ordered. Makes for a very unfortunate situation when patients are left in the rooms because we don't know they are there. And who gets in trouble for that? Surely not the Dr.
Management is poor and doesn't care about the staff. Some Dr's can be mean, insulting and belittling, and nothing is done about it. They used to treat staff and family for no charge... not anymore. Now you use your Ins. or pay out of pocket.
Not an employee-friendly company at all.

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