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22 English questions out of 22

October 5, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Golden Valley Health Centers?

Pros

The pay and benefits were good.

Cons

The supervisor was okay, not the best.

The pay and benefits were good.

October 5, 2020

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September 5, 2019

Does Golden Valley Health Centers offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

Benefits only good thing about GVHC

Cons

Very high turnover rate due to employees running out the door as fast as they can and managers firing anyone they don't like. Managers treat employees like trash.

Advice to Management

take some classes on how to be a manager

Benefits only good thing about GVHC

September 5, 2019

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January 6, 2019

Does Golden Valley Health Centers offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Managers listen. The higher ups are open to feedback. 4 hours admin time per week. CME benefit. They are invested in training you. Great place to start your career. Care for all patients regardless of insurance.

Cons

Lots of unpaid time charting even with admin time. Burn out.

4 hours admin time per week.

January 6, 2019

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May 6, 2020

Does Golden Valley Health Centers offer family leave?

Pros

Staff super friendly multiple specialties on site (Depends on location) 2 MAs per provider (before covid19)

Cons

-No breaks for providers due to amount of patient load -they expect you to see all type of visits from physical to hospital follow ups with 10 mins appointment slots. -Higher management just cares about numbers and not quality -they schedule about 28-32 appointments each day 15 patients in AM and 17 in PM per 1 day -Call center has lack of knowledge of medical appointments (leadership is to blame for this) -patients don't have same consistency with same provider -providers don't last more then a year before they quit and leave -providers that have visas get stuck due to signing contract and are trap due to wanting to get green card but soon regret coming on board once they see management only cares about numbers and don't care of what they think -Overwork -Not enough MDs -Covid19 they increase Telehealth appointments up to 36-40 per day.(because of this has made me come to my final breakpoint)

Advice to Management

To:Tony Weber and all members of the board, I understand you need money to run a business but right now you have been overworking us with this pandemic and I see your real true colors, It has never been about serving the community or patients its all about numbers and how many patients we can see. Maybe you should take care of your staff first, including providers and you would get a better response. Im tired of seeing so many patients per day, I feel like I need to speak up for myself and others that feel the same way, What you are doing is wrong, you should be ashamed of what you are doing this is not right.

providers don't last more then a year before they quit and leave

May 6, 2020

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January 6, 2019

Does Golden Valley Health Centers offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

Managers listen. The higher ups are open to feedback. 4 hours admin time per week. CME benefit. They are invested in training you. Great place to start your career. Care for all patients regardless of insurance.

Cons

Lots of unpaid time charting even with admin time. Burn out.

Care for all patients regardless of insurance.

January 6, 2019

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