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What is the work environment and culture like at Peak Vista Community Health Centers?

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Cliques galore, if you are a decent human being and a good employee you will never get ahead. You need to stab ppl in the back to get a promotion. Once you leave good luck finding another job, they blackball most ex-employees even the ones that quit.

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Still very negative and fake, nothing has improved

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More dysfunctional than any place I have ever worked or could have imagined. I agree with the many comments here about inept, yet micromanaging, inconsistent brood of managers and the chaos and staff disatisfaction which is their outcome. It has a horrible reputation and will mar your resume, as well.

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Terrible. Culture is to only care about management. Don't work here. Turn over in my department was 90%. They do nothing to change to benefit the worker bees. So top heavy.

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Peak Vista is like a cult. They will preach heavily on their mission to help and pretend they don't care about encounters. However, their top management receives production bonuses-thus constantly pressuring the frontline to see more patients despite disorder. This results in the negative morale that is felt throughout the clinics. But management will never take the responsibility for the negativity. You may come into the company happy and peachy but prepared to leave bitter and jaded.

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Money first, employees last

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This company is top heavy. Administration turns a deaf ear to the clinical staff who are the ones actually working and bringing in the money. Providers have no staff bathrooms, have to park 1/2 a mile away, but it's right outside for administrative employees. MA's are regularly floated to unfamiliar clinics, fired without warning and treated like 2nd class citizens. Huge turnovers. If you're sick your PTO is docked. If you work 10 hour shifts, you're only paid 8 hours for holidays. It's the cheapest, most unbalanced company you will find. Keep looking.

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Administration is completely out of touch with the actual working staff that provide patient care. "Managers" are assigned to a position they know nothing about and are overseeing staff who have twice the education of the manager. This is their way of keeping the pay scale low. They treat their providers like kindergarteners, so most don't hang around very long. Support staff such as MA's are treated even worse so they're always hiring! If you decide to work there, kiss your family/friends and personal health goodbye. You won't have time or energy for anything else.

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Horrible, inept bosses (CTM, supervisors, directors, etc.) who have their favorites who can do no wrong in their eyes. Those they don't like don't stand a chance, even if you are an excellent nurse and providers, patients love you.

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