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Brian J. Wise, J.D.
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    NPs Beware! They'll tell you anything to get you in the door!!

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    Current Employee - Nurse Practitioner in Sandusky, OH
    Current Employee - Nurse Practitioner in Sandusky, OH
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    Salary is comparable and fair for the work you do. For the most part, management does not micromanage your work - there's not a lot of emails bogging you down daily or required phone conferences, etc. You're pretty much on your own - see the members, complete the required documentation. Computer equipment is top quality and generally works well. The organization works to continually improve the computerized documentation system.


    When I interviewed I told the recruiter I had been driving about 175-200 miles daily and was considering a change in employment due to the high mileage - and I was told that wouldn't be the case with Advance - that they had enough work in my area "to keep me busy for a year". Four months into employment, and guess what - drove 173 miles today. Additionally, the first 30 miles from home to your 1st visit and the last 30 miles from your last appointment to home is on you - they do not reimburse that mileage. So, almost 1/3 of my mileage - not covered :( I was also told that for a 10 hour day I would not see more than 6 members, unless "several" of the visits were combo visits (visits where you see a wife/husband/partner/other family member at the same location). Again, NOT TRUE. Paid time off is very stingy. No paid training if you're full time. Required quarterly phone conferences are on your time (if you're full time, not paid; for whatever reason if you're part time they pay you). You "get" to use your own vehicle and phone. The phone can be an issue - if I call a member and they get my number from caller ID they're calling me back and I don't necessarily want these members having my phone number. The company claims to be NP friendly - I have not seen any evidence of this at all. Quite frankly, I feel like the attitude is "we pay you - if you don't like it, leave." No recognition of NP efforts at all. My advice...There's other companies out there doing this type of work - Keep looking!!

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