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A friend of mine that already worked for NaphCare reached out to me and encouraged me to apply and thought I would enjoy working here. So, I applied online and listed her as a referral.

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Clinicians must possess strong assessment skills, eagerness to learn, desire to give high quality care, patience, passion to help others, and the ability to leave prejudices at the door. A clinician job within a correctional setting is one that requires quick and critical thinking.

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It varies based on the location that you work in. The onboarding process with NaphCare doesn't take long as long as you are able to turn in your licensure, CPR, and take your drug screen timely. Some of the jail clearance processes vary- some take a day or so and some may take a week or 2 for you to receive jail clearance. Orientation is scheduled once you receive jail clearance.

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NaphCare offers full medical, FREE prescriptions, vision and dental coverage, flexible spending accounts, company paid life insurance with and option to buy-up, disability insurance options, and a company-matching 401(k) retirement plan. They also offer 4 weeks of paid time off for new employees in addition to 8 paid holidays. There is access to free CEUs, as well as an educational assistance program. They also give annual flu shots free for employees.

For providers, they offer paid malpractice that includes tail coverage.

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Safety is the #1 priority within a correctional facility. Despite the stigma of a correctional setting, our environments are controlled and secure, so it is actually one of the safest places that a clinician can work.

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We find that our pay is actually higher than the local hospitals in most markets. Compensation varies for each site and is a based on the market.

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Stressful and overworked. Nurse assistant have a higher salary. C.o. Are just not good about their job with inmates. If you just want a job because you can't find anything else then sure it's the place to apply.

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I do know that they team in Tampa put a new leadership team in place about a year ago and they have really done an excellent job turning that place around and making it a great work environment. I would assume that the midlevel that left that bad review was one that worked under the previous leadership team or one that may not work there any longer for a reason that left them bitter.

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