As a current employee at Desert Clinic Pain Institute/Summit pain institute, I’ve found in years working for organization that if an employee puts forth hard work hard, dedication, commitment to patient care, respect, good attendance and refrain from complaining, gossip and drama; you will find your learning professional skill sets and further knowledge of pain management modalities. Organization compensates for those who are commited and strive to further excel in their career. Management, chief medical officer and physicians will guide/train those who are seeking opportunity to grow knowledge of field. If your prone to change and evolving to new systems you will find job interesting. Daily work is fast paced and requires patient engagement, and enjoyable for those who thrive off of personal interactions, which makes the work day go by fast. Organization has upcoming opportunities for lead positions and company looks within first for those who are fit. If you’re not open or flexible to change probably not the best place for those.
Opportunities, Coaching from leadership, team building, discounted treatment, fair pay, flexible