Every job is what you make of it.
Center Director (Current Employee) – Texas – May 30, 2016
A typical day at work is evaluating and treating 20 to 90 men a day for low T depending on which particular location.
The most rewarding part of the job is that every patient who walks in the door actually WANTS to be there. Being able to see and hear patients give feedback on an improved quality of life is refreshing. (workouts, weight loss, less fatigue, increased libido, confidence)
The other rewarding part of the job as a provider is the autonomy and pride in one’s own center performance. As a Center Director, besides being a medical provider for several hundred men, you are responsible for that facility. Meaning supervising 3-4 employees, the efficiency of the in-house lab, the appearance of the building and much more.
Sometimes you work half a day on Saturday, sometimes you may work at 7am once a week, and sometimes you may work till 7pm once a Week.
If working Mon-Fri, 9 to 5 and not desiring any other responsibility besides evaluating patients is what one wants, then Center Director probably is not a good fit.
If taking pride in leading an efficient small team, being flexible and pro-active are things you enjoy, then Center Director can be a very rewarding position.
Autonomy, Small Team Setting, Pay