Anybody know about MGA health care?? - page 3
i was looking for a job n they called me to see if i can come to the interview with them i thought nurse recruiting agency is the one who look for a job for us n if hospitals r interested on me... Read More
Feb 24, '11MGA assigned a child to me that didn't really need skilled nursing. When that assignment came to an end THEY WOULDN'T PLACE ME because I really had not been doing any real nursing and even they questioned my skills. I have since moved on to a very rewarding position elsewhere. This was their patient they approved for DDD.
Feb 26, '11I have a funny story about MGA. I was hired about 7 months ago by them and they already had a couple of cases for me. I was very excited because this would've been my very first nursing job as a LPN. I went to do my drug screen, but I was more dehydrated than I thought. I didn't offer enough of a sample, so I had to wait a few more minutes and drink a lot more water to get things going. I was also under a lot of pressure to get the sample done before they closed, which was in 15 minutes at the time. I did my sample, but it still wasn't enough. The lab tech that was with me laughed it off and assured me that it happens frequently and not to worry, but I had to get another drug screen form from MGA. I called MGA and explained the situation to them. They simply chose to not to believe me and said I would be notified at a later time when they got the official report from the lab center I went to. The lab center did send the report a few days later, and I called again to get the drug screen forms, but I was put on hold for a very long time. I finally gave up on them and resumed sending out applications/resumes again. I'm wondering if I should call them and ask if they ever looked at the official report from the lab center and see if they would hire me again?
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