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Take Care Health President, Walgreens Health and Wellness division Hal F. Rosenbluth
Hal F. Rosenbluth
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    It sounds good in the beginning, but once you work there you realize its fools gold.

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    Current Employee - Nurse Practitioner in Clinton, IA
    Current Employee - Nurse Practitioner in Clinton, IA

    I have been working at Take Care Health

    Pros

    Good pay, Good Benefits, initially. flexible schedule on the ESG side of the company.

    Cons

    They changed their health insurance provider in 2011 and it went downhill. I used to recieve $2500 in CME and 5 days off for CME. That was cut to only $1000/yr. There is no contract, so you can get axed anytime- WHICH IS WHAT HAPPENED T ME!

    I went on maternity leave and received a call during my leave that my full time job was gone and I was being offered a per diem NP position- no benefits and no per diem level of pay. You can guess what I told them.... Working without a contract opens you up to alot of bad stuff. Your offer letter doesnt hold up at all under the law-

    The job started off great and sounded good on paper, but once you get into it, you realize how disorganized the ESG (occ health) side is.

    My "boss" was an RN. the other NP's had a "boss" that was an RN. My educational preparation and medical rank supercede hers- so why is she my boss? She has no insight into evaluating an NP or understanding how to support an NP. Take Care calls the DSO's- most are nurses- most with 2 year degrees managing Masters prepared nurses. Is that a company that you want to work for???

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Respect NP for their value and preparation. You would not treat a physician the way you treat your NP's. NPs are respected medical providers and you should treat them as such.

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