Questions and Answers about Summit Medical Group

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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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I applied for a Clinical Specialist position through Summit Medical HR Dept. The first interview was with HR then Population Health. It was a good and informative interview.
The second interview was with a Clinician who was unprofessional with her questioning. The third interview was with the physician I would be reporting to. She was knowledgable and I was confident in my abilities to add to her team.
After 4 months Summit reposted the position without the Specialty. No offer.

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I was hired the same day I interviewed the DON really liked my resume and my personality which she pointed out in my interview. She said “I love that you smile So much” so food for thought be relaxed and happy in your interview. They wanted me to start as soon as I could but they also go by orientation dates. So you cant start until the next orientation begins. They were very accommodating with me and my start date. After you agree on a start date they send you the offer letter and you let them know if you accept. Once you accept the offer then they send you directions and an order paper that you take with you to ine of their participating labs and get a drug screening and blood work. They dont do PPD they draw TB gold to check for TB. After that assuming all has passed you just wait to start your orientation. Orientation is one week in a classroom environment and then a week to 2 weeks in your role. My supervisor offered me more time at the end of my on the job training if I needed it which I thought was so nice. I didnt need additional training I felt comfortable with my 2 weeks. Also everyone was very approachable and willing ti help me when needed.

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It was a three week process to be an offical employee and then two weeks in training. However training is now one week

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Submit resume and if you are qualified then they will call you for an interview. Depending on how the interview goes and what they are looking for you could get a call a week later or sooner.

Answered - Receptionist (Former Employee) - Littleton, NH

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1. Interview with HR and department head
2. Call back within 3 days
3. 2 week start date
4. 1 1/with universal training
5. Training within your department

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Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - Summit, NJ

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