Gardasil Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Gardasil, technically known as recombinant human papillomavirus vaccine is a vaccine for use in the prevention of certain strains of human papillomavirus (HPV). High-risk human papilloma virus (hr-HPV) genital infection is the most common sexually transmitted infection among women. The HPV strains that Gardasil protects against are sexually transmitted, specifically HPV types 6, 11, 16 and 18. HPV types 16 and 18 cause an estimated 70% of cervical cancers, and are responsible for most HPV-induced anal, vulvar, vaginal, and penile cancer cases. HPV types 6 and 11 cause an estimated 90% of genital warts cases. Though Gardasil does not treat existing infection, vaccination is still recommended for HPV-positive individuals, as it may protect against one or more different strains of the disease.

A specialist in the field said this in a review: "The evidence shows long-term side effects with the use of Gardasil– there is evidence to suggest that the HPV vaccination has long term side effects, or is responsible for any long term health complications. This includes illnesses that are sometimes associated with the HPV vaccine, such as chronic fatigue syndrome."


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Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) says

"Don’t do it! Not worth the stress for horrible pay. Practice Manager plays favorites and if you are not in the click you know it. Poorly ran office! Cons: Poor management and no pay."

Admin Support (Former Employee) says

"I worked at the main office on Monarch Way for over a year and a half, and it was the worst experience I ever had. The leadership didn’t care to help employees grow, they instead let you fail and relished in berating employees and writing people up. From all the stress from working there, I ended up with the worst GI issues and had to miss work for procedures and appointments. I called out ONCE in my entire time there, and I got in trouble for it."

Secretary (Current Employee) says

"I am normally not one to be cut throut with a company, but EVMS was a joke. There was hardly any team work. Everyone thought they were better then tthe other; along with the material that was provided very stressful environment. There were a few great people that would help me out when I asked for guidence but other than that not worth it."

MRI Installer (Former Employee) says

"brtual this guy would follow me around after work and yell at me. totally wrong and unacceptable. glad i don't work here anymore. they had tracking beacons on us and would eavesdrop on our conversations. warren, meliisa and victoria are all trolls and very hateful people who are not to be trusted. Cons: long days 18 hours and being yelled at all the time from a ginger rager"

Prior Authorization Coordinator Assistant (Current Employee) says

"This was a very unorganized company. There was also a lot of mess. Fighting back in forth it felt like high school. This was the worst company I have ever worked for. Cons: everything"

Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"They are very unorganized and treat people poorly. I would not recommend anyone working for their company.................................................. Cons: low pay for a lot of work"

Staff (Former Employee) says

"Very poor pay, no pay raise. Workers are not appreciated or respected. Doctors take elaborate trips while staff gets no pay increases. No raises yet they charge staff to pay to park in the garages that they own. Cons: No raises, low pay, pay for parking, no praise, no respect"

OB/GYN (Current Employee) says

"Work/Home Life Balance: Cons: Poor Management, No real path to advance, Consistent stress, Unrealistic expectations"

Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) says

"The billing office is the worst ever (monarch way) the director / manager / supervisor are all evil. They pay is low and they dont care about the employees"

RMA (Former Employee) says

"They give you double, triple workload.. they have one person doing the job of what would consist of three people. The pay was terrible constantly threatening to let you go, the other staff they're always talking behind your back and going to the supervisors for every petty little thing.. supervisor talks down to you makes you feel so small. I thought I would love working There, I was thinking of all of what I will be learning, cross training ect... they definitely have their favorites there!!! Needless to say i was excited when I left. I was so relieved to be gone!! 6 months was long enough for me. anybody looking to work for EVMS the department of surgery side I would think twice. Good luck!!!! Cons: The workload, the pay, the double-crossing, the backstabbing and much more!!!"

Staff (Former Employee) says

"There is a huge disconnect between managers, general staff, clinical staff & physicians in clinical offices. Sad morale. Exorbitant employee turnover. Cons: Lack of respect, pay"

Perform OB/GYN (Former Employee) says

"There is no work life balance. They constantly overbook the schedule (at 150-200% productivity) and then expect you to work through lunch and stay 30-90 minutes late daily, without making being compensated for overtime because you’re salary. Management absolutely plays favorites- some employees can get away with absolutely anything. Some intense nepotism going on as well. Cons: Overworked and underpaid. Constant employee abuse."

Patient Account Representative (Current Employee) says

"No growth. A lot of work. No support. Pay is lower than other medical groups, as you can see in description. For collecting over 4.6 mil they give you two slices of pizza. Please move to next job opening. Cons: Everything in body"

Receptionist (Former Employee) says

"Receptionist in ob office are treated as if it is a call center. Docs dont even know their schedule. Manadatory meetings every month but your opinions dont count or matter. Rude managers and you areconstantly micromanaged. Patients get mad at how there is never any availability for appointments or they never receive calls from mgmt. Phyysicians always quit or never know their schedule. And if you have an issue going through chain of command. Only makes thing worse. Cons: Shortbreaks. Pay lower compared to sentara and other places"

Office Manager (Former Employee) says

"I learned much and was given the opportunity to manage the office staff, but the business was slowly beginning to close on shaky ground. I did not enjoy dealing with upset customers who at times, posed a physical threat. Cons: Delaing with extremely upset customers."

Office LPN (Former Employee) says

"Rules for LPNs are different in each department. There is no continuity of what you are and are not allowed to do. Managers have the freedom to harass you about anything they like. HR will always take their side."

Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"My clinical manager needs to be fired, this why the turn over rate is high."

Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) says

"From the minute you clock in until you leave - you will be hearing phones ringing constantly and MUST answer each and every call possible... On top of being expected to do your main job duties PERFECTLY. Being short staffed every day adds to your plate weather you like it or not. Job duties MUST be done with NO mistakes or you get TWO emails AND a call to the supervisors office for "counseling" and/or a write up. Nine different surgeons with very different and particular scheduling rules that change all the time. High attendance issues all the time. All the above rules only pertain to certain ones:/ Patients call and complain all the time for not getting retuned calls = more phone calls, more unanswered calls. Job security is unpredictable there. Cons: Short staffed, Unhappy environment, Too much criticism, not enough praise"

Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"I worked for EVMS for 8 days before being let go. Throughout the interview process, it was repeatedly stated that you did not need a medical background. However, after accepting the was obvious that I did and in hindsight they shouldn't have taken it past the resume process because I did not have any medical background. No one wanted to take the time to train me, and thought that 4 hours of back/forth was sufficient for me to totally understand medical records. I was truly devastated, as I have never worked for a company that refused to train someone when it was obvious that person was drowning. Cons: Everything else"

Administrative Associate (Former Employee) says

"Interesting place to work. A lot of people contact which enjoyed."

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