Every department is short staffed. High turnover rate for clinical staff.
LPN (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – 2 January 2019
M Health is not a good place to work if you are an LPN. The company does not recognize LPN’s as being nurses. LPN’s do not have the ability to do any nursing related tasks. The primary job function for LPN’s at this company consist of scheduling follow up appointments. IT DOES NOT TAKE A NURSE to schedule appointments! LPNs are treated as secretaries and are paid much lower than ACTUAL secretaries! The turnover rate is so high for LPN’s that literally every department is short staffed. As a clinical employee you are expected to float throughout the entire building (with an hour or less of training) to any department when there are staffing needs. It doesn’t matter which department you are hired for because you'll never work in one area consistently. You will be working in every department all over the building. LPN’s are just bodies to fill holes in the clinic schedule. If you’re an LPN who doesn’t mind floating to different departments regularly with little to no training and you’re passionate about scheduling follow up appointments for patients, then this is the job for you!
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Clinic Coordinator (Help Hire Contract Position) (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – 6 June 2019
I was underpaid and not paid a fair wage for work that others were preforming and yet they are unionized, they believe there private as this is why they do not need to pay living wages. 14.00 pre hour while my counter parts received high wage at 18.36
MHealth Senior Imaging Coordinator (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – 23 May 2019
Very good work atmosphere and professional setting, It was enjoyable to work as a team and interact with the patients regularly. I do wish I would have been able to advance more within or be accepted in a more involved role.