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Feed the human spirit . Right. They could care less about you or your family. Management is like playing in the kiddie pool. Don’t call in or you will be threatened

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Mouth swab on the spot

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PCTS make $12 an hour. For the amount of work we do (i.e. Check patients in and out, answer phone, schedule appointments, vital signs, testing patients and sending them out for labs, patient call backs, and blood draw, public announcements over intercom, store walks, clean clinic, and perform nightly closeout.) is ridiculous!! Pay your PCTS MORE!!

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755am until the last patient us seen and office is cleaned and daily balancing is fine. Could be 900pm. If you arrive at 756am you will be written up and fired

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On the week days that you are scheduled, you will work 8:30-7:30, with 45 minutes for lunch. On the every other weekend schedule, hours are 10-5.

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It can be very fast paced and crowded with patients but it can also be slow for periods of time as well.

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It feels like some people might look at me as I am joking, it is a doctor's office in a grocery store after all and not a hospital or independent building.

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Only earned PTOs, no sick leaves

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The most stress full is when you have at least 8 people all walk up at once, cause they all wanna be seen immediately and that's not the case. It causes me to rush and stress cause we need to get through patients.
Now the new stress factor is having appointments now. That is a whole new stresser.

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