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“A few choices in offerings so you can decide based on you and your family’s needs.”
“Awesome PTO. It's accrued over time.”
“403(b) match up to 4%”
Great benefits, no deductibles, copay's are reasonable.
403B Employer contribution, Medical benefits rate continually increased/limited care plan/value
Affordable premiums, low co-pays, huge network to chose from
Worst - Cost of health insurance, very little access to in-network so you are nearly always forced to use out-of-network providers that cost a premium Time off is great if you were grandfathered in from the old facilities
Low Copays on medical visits!
I was able to continue my healthcare education and get get financial reimbursement.
10$ copays for primary care, 30$ copays for specialists.
Will match 100% for retirement and allowed to take it all when you leave.
Very restricted You have to use their docs for best price
It pays more than most. A place like Arizona is behind. So I had to take a pay cut.
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