Cultivator (Former Employee) – Otsego, MN – May 15, 2018
Don’t work here if you are a woman, as it was the most misogynistic and degrading place I’ve ever worked. Plenty of nepotism too, while “managers” would take 2-3 hour drinking lunch breaks to talk negatively about their employees. They tried to make it seem like you’re part of history, while spending millions of investors money on salaries for these managers that treat other humans like garbage. Please, try not to work here, it’s not worth your time.
Medical Scribe (Current Employee) – Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN – January 16, 2018
Clinical scribes has a great variety of locations where scribes can work. They offer a great training regimen, and you will learn a lot. Flexible hours are a great plus for students. Pay is comparable to other scribe companies. Great gap year option. The physician's this company works with are wonderful, and always happy to teach.
Great culture that values innovative thinking and hard work
Financial Systems Manager (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – January 5, 2018
I was so fortunate to have worked here. Had to leave due to unfortunate circumstances, but I would gladly return if it was possible. Very progressive leadership that rewards hard work. I would recommend working for Vireo Health
Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Albany, Johnson City, Queens, White Plains – November 18, 2017
Employees here are not properly treated or appreciated. Blame for office shortcomings falls on them despite issues within management. Employees often end up responsible for duties NOT included in their job description. The company excuses their actions by claiming the industry requires constant change, yet input and suggestions from their employees are not taken seriously and are usually immediately rejected.