Family Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Ellicott City, MD – May 29, 2018
They offered me my first job as a Nurse Practitioner. They have resources readily available to boost your confidence as a novice. Co-worker are super supportive and the culture here is super awesome. I think the management genuinely care about the employee. We were well compensated after laid off. I will work for this company again if they ever come back to DMV market.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – November 16, 2017
You get one 30 min break in 12hrs. Management only cares about the number of proceedures you can milk out of a visit. They treat you worse then a sweatshop owner. They want you to walk around at accoust customers in HEB, instead of spending money to advertise.
3.5 days a week of work
Treated like you are trash and not needed or cared about.
One of my favorite jobs I've ever had. I received my first award of appreciation Rookie of the Year in 2013. It was a very fast paced urgent care facility, but it was fine because of the processes the company put in place to ensure our daily survival.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – November 2, 2017
Great place to work and excellent management team. I never worked in a company where the Management always listen to your needs and appreciate your work. Its nice to work in a friendly and drama free environment.
Great benefits, great management, great coworkers, good pay.
Clinic Manager (Current Employee) – Falls Church, VA – November 1, 2017
Management really cares about you. You work autonomously under the over sight of a physician you can contact on an as needed basis. You are expected to register the patient, place immunization, draw blood, perform a through HPI and PE as well as document on the visit. Be prepared to wear many hats. Very competitive salary!
Great place to work for a New graduate Nurse Practitioner
Nurse Practitioner (Current Employee) – Falls Church, VA – October 24, 2017
A great place to start for a new graduate Nurse Practitioner. Learned to treat common illnesses. Excellent off site physician. Management considerate of their employees. The most rewarding part is seeing patients coming back to see you because they trust your judgement and care. The hardest part is working 12 hour days even if work week is only 31/2 days.
Human Resource Intern (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 17, 2017
I worked at RediClinic as an intern.The company is a phenomenal place to work at. Everyone that works for RediClinic is super friendly and works extremely hard. If you need help with anything they all try their best to help you. The culture of the company is great across the board. I would rate this company a 100 if I could. It was one of the best experiences I ever had!
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Texas – August 16, 2017
RediClinic is a great company that really cares about it's employees and patients. I work with a nice group of people who are hard working, respect one another for their skillset and what they bring to the table. They are professional and it is great to be part of a company that believes in helping people live healthy lives. The culture is hard working, yet friendly. My manager is approachable and lets me do what I need to do and is available for me if I need it. My benefits are very good and the pay is competitive. The hardest part of the job is time management. The most enjoyable part of the job is the relationships I have built and also knowing that I am doing my part for society by making a positive impact in the community.
CA-clinical assistan (Former Employee) – Washington State – June 7, 2017
I learned that in this types of clinic really its all about the dollars and not care much of a patient. I chose medical field to help people and treat them with correct diagnoses and treat them with dignity and respect. This is not a place for a professional individuals this a place for an amateur employee who is trying to get the foot into the medical field right after graduation. Low pay for duties that you do as Clinical Assistant there is so much you do from opening to closing counting money like you are cashier and not a medical personnel. you are basically a cashier, insurance biller, medical assistant, a made to clean the floors and list goes on and on.