MedPro has it's pros and cons, just like any other company. However, over the years, the cons seem to have rapidly overshadowed the pros. This used to be a fun place to work at and it seemed like a good company to work for. However, leadership doesn't lead very well and the new hires seem to be getting younger and less experienced each time. Unfortunately, the turn over rate is high, which has lowered the morale to an all-time low. Staff doesn't feel secure, even if they are working hard & putting in the work. There are a lot of cliques at the office. Many of the people in these cliques are either family-related or very close friends to the CEO. The Directors, Managers, and Supervisors do not practice discretion & are unprofessional. There is a lot of fraternizing between the "hire-ups" & the "lower" staff, which has led to feelings of mistrust & unfairness amongst those who are not a part of these inner circles. There is a lot more that can be said about MedPro that isn't as flattering as they may like to read in a review. However, my suggestion would be to really take into account what employees say in their exit interviews and in these posted reviews and make the necessary changes. Don't dismiss or deny these truths by posting a ton of fake "positive" reviews to push the negative ones out of sight.