UNLV Medicine
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Cashier in Las Vegas, NV
on May 15, 2021
The hr here is really slacking. There is no comradry stuff set up by them. There are no annual reviews and no yearly raises no raises for years! It’s really bad there due to poor HR. Pay raises should be implemented at least yearly. Out of date paybands etc. the entire HR needs reworked for this start up
Certified Medical Assistant in Las Vegas, NV
on October 20, 2021
Current Clinical Admin @ gen & plastic surgery and the call center manager have made the work place so toxic. I had to leave. Shortstaff all the time
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) in Las Vegas, NV
on September 2, 2021
No room for growth. The employee moral is horrible and the clinics are always short staffed. Temporary employees are hired all the time to fill in the empty positions but they also can’t take the work environment/ culture so they also quit after a few days of work. There’s some “clinic senior manager/ clinic administrators” that take advantage of there position to bully and belittle employees. HR department is a joke and your complaints are not taken seriously. Finally, the pay and benefits aren’t great at all.
Call center in Las Vegas, NV
on August 24, 2021
Management does not know how to manage. They will boss you around without asking the employees first. When I was a temp I was asked to work at multiple locations without being asked if that was ok with me. I had to go to Henderson, the office, and the School on Maryland. Sometimes when work was slow they would people to leave, I was one of those people. When they hired my full time I still had to through my 90 day probation even though I’ve been working for almost a year. In the time I’ve been here many people have quit including HR. They say they’re the best but they don’t care about Patients or their Employees.
Therapist in 6375 West Charleston
on June 28, 2021
Wonderful company that provides great care to clients and a supportive environment for staff. UNLV Medicine has provided many opportunities for professional growth and a great team of staff that work together closely for the benefit of their clients. Therapists, psychiatrists, nurses, case managers, etc. work together closely to coordinate care for the people they serve.

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