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You work 9 hours a day with an unpaid hour off for lunch. So the work day is 8 hours paid a day. Would be nice if they were more flexible with the hours to work. More part time hours might be nice for parents who can't work fulltime hours. Very few part time jobs available.

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If everyone keeps their heads together, we can push through any obstacle! Patient always comes first. Pay extra attention to supporting staff because they set the mood for the entire patient experience. You can be one heck of a primary care provider, but I firmly believe that the #1 goal should be this: provide a warm and inviting experience throught the time that leads to the actual appointment. Whoever excels at this, should be properly recognized.

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When you sit in your car in the parking lot trying to decide whether to go in or call out sick it's not good.

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Haven't worked at a place like this in a very long time that felt so much like being right back in Jr high school. The medical field is stressful enough and to have to go to work every day and feel like so much of your time is spent watching out for the knife that is being shoved into your back. Just like High School it feels like a very clicky place and as we all remember if you're not in the popular group it can be very difficult to feel safe and like you are a part of the team. It's difficult when you have to work on a team that you don't feel like you can turn to and ask for help. If management and providers would stop being part of the clicks and focus on everyone working as a team together to get the task at hand completed it would be a much nicer place to work. We are all there for the patients and the company needs to focus on everyone working together cohesively and positively to give their patients the best health care possible. It shouldn't matter if you are a receptionist, lab tech, medical assistant, billing clerk or in management it takes every one in every department to get the job done and it would feel good to know that you were part of the team and could go to anyone and ask for help and get it without any repercussions. I think that this could be 1 of the main reasons why they can't keep good help, all the way up the chain even to doctors and providers. The money that they pay sure is not worth it and that's why so many people leave.

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15 days which you get as your work - not all at once upfront

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To provide TVS in the waiting areas in all of the 4 offices with health information. Have the different providers in their specialty of practice explain the importance of the difference procedures. Like colos, mammo, lowering their A1Cs etc. Have the CEO of the company do a taping of VMG and what our company offers to all our patients and to talk about the 1 stop shopping at VMG. Have the CEO talk directly to the patients on tape thanking them for putting their health in VMG hands.

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The work environment to me is great. In the EHC office the Dr's are great to work with.They will answer any questions that you have and are more than willing to teach and explain procedure etc. The Team Leader is a amazing Leader. We all try and work as a team to provide the best care to our patients. we do have hectic days, but we get through as a team and the Dr's and Team Leader do recognize the hard work that we all do and they do rewards us through out the yr.

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Usually just the process of CORI coming back, then trainings begin - some travel between centers for that.

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Good place to work. Bad environment.

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