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Dread. The best part about working for Nextcare is your days off.

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High turn over , management was not good , long hours , no breaks , 30 min lunches , every little mistake is pointed out never positive from management always your mistakes . High turn over with providers as well . Everyone always complaining about the job which is clearly understandable because management can care less about the employeee feelings. Had a family death and they were so cold and could not go to the funeral because there was no cover . Very depressing place to work , managers are suppose to lift up and encourage employees not have clicks . Lot of employees leaving and very unhappy . When you promote an employee to a lead Position they should know how to treat others first . By far the worst place to work . NM

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During the flu season we are very fast paced and it's go go go but it slows done in the summer and the pace is a lot more laid back.

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There are training and development plans and other tools to help you develop yourself and they promote from within.

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Very Busy and no lunch, getting out on time, long patient waits and only 1 employee working in the back with a provider

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Like everything else in life, it's what you make it. If you care about what you're doing and do it well, you get a great sense of satisfaction from your job. Our teams (for the most part) care about the patients and strive to work together to give good care. It can be fast paced and demanding but there are a lot of other perks, too. I think most (if not all) urgent care clinics are 12 hr. shifts and are minimally staffed with one provider and one back/one front office. Flu season is tough, but otherwise there's time to eat, socialize, etc. I'm glad to have my job and enjoy 95% of the patients and people I come across. You can't win them all!

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High turn over rates due to leadership

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New MA from $13-15
Front $11-13
X-ray $18/24 max even with 10 years+
PA $50-65/hr plus .50/patient after 1200 a month
Dr $80-90/hr
Manager around 50-60K
AOM around 75K

Raises from .10 - .40hr every year or two so negotiate for a decent starting salary (within Nextcare standards)

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8-8 shift at most locations but of course you do not leave until 9pm on a good day, 10 pm most of the time.

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