Cherokee Health Systems

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    OK service for patients; really terrible place to work unless you are one of the top corporate folks in the company.

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    Former Employee - Therapist in Knoxville, TN
    Former Employee - Therapist in Knoxville, TN

    I worked at Cherokee Health Systems full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Loved working with the patients and some of the office staff.

    Cons

    There is a strong fear of educated, intelligent, outspoken employees. There is ZERO clinical leadership at the clinic level. Every decision has to be driven through the top four or five people running the company. There is no effort made to be inclusive of different interests, backgrounds, or skill sets. People are forced to seek care there given there are no true alternatives, and so therapists are forced to see 8-12 people a DAY in a seven hour work day. Raises are small and not proportionate with the workload. Therapists are given tremendous responsibility and work with no leadership or solidarity from the four or five people who run everything. The outlying clinics in Eastern TN are managed by people who are not clinically trained and therefore, driven by characterological flaws and temperamental outbursts.

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    Each clinic needs a licensed clinician to direct the particulars. You have a very limited information sharing structure that does not encourage transparency or people being genuine about the needs of the patients or the company. I suspect that some of the top brass in the organization are paranoic in their thinking and relating with others. Narcissism seems to be rewarded, and thus the top four or five in the organization punish those with dissenting views.

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