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If you were to leave MedExpress Urgent Care, what would be the reason?

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1) Very, very, hostile staff, who drives the engine of the Lutz location. They will passively aggressively and downright openly be hostile to you, with no consequence from management.
2) No support for RN. The center managers have no clinical background. None.

Check reviews like this before interviewing for a company. If a company has a lot of open positions, it probably is not a good sign. There are 2 FT RN's and 1 PT RN per center (if at all). I was hired with 2 new RN's plus 2 center managers. The first RN left after a week. That was smart.

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Changing FOA to 1 instead of 2 is mind blowing especially during the flu season, who does this to their employees, mind you most days we don’t get breaks and thers with 2 FOA. Too many changes in the past two years, I used to love working here, not so much anymore. And it’s not just the FOA, it’s also the nurses, RT and providers. Changes are needed yes, I fully understand that, large corporations want to make money but helllo up their in the higher up world... can you think about us down below??? It’s a domino effect...and who know who gets the brunt of it.

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Hostile work environment. Center manager not equipped to handle conflict.

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The pay is so Low and when a person quits I refused to work over my 36 hours but was told it was mandatory and all shifts had to be covered between the two of us that were left. How can working 42 plus hours a week as an FOA with literally no lunches (but nurse and X-ray get lunches) be feasible.

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Low hourly pay rate and low annual pay increases regardless that your centers NPR scores are fantastic. Current employee in PA.

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Hostile work environment initiated and propelled by the center manager. I’ve never seen a turn over rate like this and again it is all due to one person- center manager. 17 people since June 2017. Each one was due to hostile work environment, her picking favorites and her nepotism for them. Unethical behavior and unprofessional actions

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Poor management. They treat you like trash

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Pay is the absolute worst for FOA’s.

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Poor management and training unprofessional co workers team from clinic to higher management and medical directors poorly run clinics under staffed managers not having any medical experience.

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I don't really know of a reason I just started working at ME and I love it I just wish I could get 40 hours in a week but leave? No way.

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