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  • People + Mission=awesome place to work

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    Current Employee - California in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - California in San Francisco, CA
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    I have been working at One Medical Group full-time


    First, the Mission. Yeah, I could make a lot more or get more benefits working in a tech start up disrupting laundry or food delivery or the latest social media fad, but this is *healthcare*. The problems in this industry are vast, old, complex, and affect millions of people's lives. I feel awesome going to work every day knowing I'm contributing to changing a system that's *actually* broken, instead of optimizing on first world problems. Second, everyone always talks about how great the people at One Medical are, but it's hard to overstate this - this is the highest-committed, hardest-working, but also most humble, team-oriented, and flexible group of colleagues I've ever witnessed. Everyone here is kind, supportive, and an ultimate team player. Also fun! I've never had this much fun at work before. The other fantastic thing about One Medical is how committed the company is to improving itself. It's still young, there are still a lot of kinks to be worked out, but what's inspiring is how serious leadership and management are to fixing them. Change can't happen overnight, but it does happen.


    1) Changing healthcare isn't easy, and the payoff takes awhile. At the same time, this is a company that attracts type-A go-getters who pile a lot on their plates, so it's easy to get burned out if you aren't careful. 2) Even though the company is growing quickly, career paths aren't always obvious, so people take off before they realize how much potential there is for them to build a cool career. 3) Company is growing faster than its ability to groom managers, so sometimes management quality can be hit or miss, but the overall leadership team has its priorities straight.

    Advice to Management

    Invest more in leadership development,

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    Administrative Assistant Interview

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    I applied online. I interviewed at One Medical Group.


    I submitted my application in online. Within a few days me to schedule a phone interview, they provided the date and time in the email. When they called they laid out the benefits and then asked questions from the list here. They really want you to be knowledgeable and excited about One Medical Group.

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Headquarters San Francisco, CA
Size 51 to 200 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Health Care
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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