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I applied and didn't get a call for close to two months. Actually figured they filled the position, then I got a call. Had a phone interview then a face-to-face interview a few days later. Got an offer letter between one and two weeks after the face-to-face interview. You get your health assessment along with your drug test at least a week before starting as they need to make sure the TB test is negative. You have to take two separate TB tests.

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If you want to be over worked and under paid, go on the interview. Otherwise dont waste your time.

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I would stop being competitive with the Clinic and focus on areas in which we can excel and be proud.

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Urine test for nicotine

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Ask your employees what their management team is doing wrong and listen. Time for a management change for departments who have large turnover.

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I think it was 7 hrs every 40 hrs worked

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Good and the interviewer was nice

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The supervisor rarely helps staff with patient care, but infrequently helps with a code. The manager does not have a license to help with respiratory needs.

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