Around 60 hours
Answered - Ultrasound Technologist (Current Employee) - Texas
Sometime you drive a total of 6 hours round trip in one day and only work for 4 hours and other days you drive 3 hours plus work a 12-hour shift depending on patient count can feel extremely strenuous after a couple months .
At call center you are to basically sit down take calls and you better not get up because there's a team lead making sure you answer as to why your going to the bathroom, honestly your meant to be a robot.
If you are a Team Manager or Asst. Mgr. It's different from Medical Tech. When I worked with them depended on how many appts we had so all three Med Tech can go. But if you knew your job they will ask you to work with other Team (we will rotate to work with other Teams)either in Texas or other states, pleasant experience to work with different co-workers. Even if you did not have alot of appts they still pay minimum hours for that work day if you work that day.
Travel alot! If YOU have children....not good. If you like to travel and help people with Prevention it is an amazing job and company to work for.
If you have a life outside of work, this is a horrible job. On the flip side, our short days are still 8 hours
Horrible if you love waking up at 4 am to start your day
Answered - Ultrasound Tech (Former Employee) - Texas City, TX
It's a 6 days a week job so you definitely work a lot of hours. Its very rare I work under 5hrs per day.
Answered - Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (Current Employee) - Independence, OH
Answered - Phlebotomist (Former Employee) - North Hollywood, CA