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Medcor Overview

McHenry, IL (US)
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
Healthcare Services & Hospitals
₹10 to ₹50 billion (INR) per year


Medcor helps companies reduce healthcare costs and helps people improve health outcomes. We do this by providing health navigation through onsite clinics, mobile units, injury triage, and telemedicine. On-demand access thanks to our availability allows early intervention; our ... Read more

Mission: To be a transparent provider with no conflicts of interest, using our innovative decision support to change when, where, and how people use the healthcare system. We use evidence-based medicine and technology to drive change that improves care and reduces costs. As a result ... Read more

Medcor Reviews

  • "Just winging it."

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - COVID-19 Screener
    Current Employee - COVID-19 Screener
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook

    I have been working at Medcor full-time


    Pay is OKAY. (does not make up for not having insurance or compare to other temp positions)
    Its a remote position so no direct patient care.


    No lunch breaks. Only 10 and 20 min during shift (not enough time to do anything)
    No holiday pay, no sick leave, no PTO, no benefits.

    Medcor really gives off a vibe that they don't care about their employees. Given, this is a contracted role, there was no information given about policies pertaining to its employees. Not even basics such as when you're considered early/late clocking in, how to take off/call in if need be.

    If you enjoy just winging things as you go along, go ahead and apply.
    Its a great stepping stone to something else but I don't see myself being here long term.

    OH! and they get you with the "We usually recruit from within" mess. I applied for a position within the company that I was CLEARLY qualified for and got a NO back within 12 minutes. What a joke. Not to mention how they've brought on numerous "shift leads" that have no idea what's going on but somehow overlooked the nurses that have been with this project since day one.

    Advice to Management

    Show your employees you care, maybe you'd get much more out of them. Increase break time and offer more structure within your company, even for projects such as the COVID 19 screening project.

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Medcor Photos

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Medcor Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    On-site Paramedic Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Phoenix, AZ (US)
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Medcor (Phoenix, AZ (US)) in September 2019.


    I had two interviews total, the first one was done over the phone by a medCorps recruiter. he was very personable and I had a great few interactions with him.second interview is done over the computer using a Skype type app

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Company Updates

  • Just could be Medcor's next Nurse Manager in Cambridge, MA! RELOCATION ASSISTANCE, NO WEEKENDS, NO ON-CALL! Great work-life balance! Click to learn more! #Medcor #RN #hiring

  • Looking for an NP / PA for our Houston, TX clinic. Click on this link for more informaiton:

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