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Twin Cities Spine Center Careers and Employment

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Clinical Assistant in Minneapolis, MN

Good short-term job

Perfect job to have while you wait to get accepted into a graduate program. Any long-term job there will leave no room for advancement. They will cap your pay without telling you. Management is terrible. The best part is the camaraderie.

Secretary/Assistant in Minneapolis, MN

Excellent Place to Work

Worked as a secretary to one of the surgeons. Lots of variety in tasks from typing correspondence and notes, scheduling surgeries, case reviews and managing surgeon's calendar. Much appreciation for what you do from management. Excellent group of surgeons who do amazing work to improve spinal conditions for their patients. Coworkers were supportive and helpful.

Customer Service Representative in Minneapolis, MN

Great Place to Work

Currently working here, with no plans to leave. Great management, fantastic group of people to work with. Everyone cares very much about the work they do, and about our patients

staff in Minneapolis

Research coordinator

Typical day at work includes creating, submitting research proposal to the IRB for approval. Creating data collection forms, databases, collecting, compiling, entering, and extracting data for statistician analysis and presentation by fellows. I learned the process of how a research study is started from the beginning, what it takes to complete, and aide fellows through the study completion. The hardest part of the job is juggling multiple studies at one time, meeting expectations and deadlines. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with a fellow who is really passionate about the research and helping them complete their projects.

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People have asked 2 questions about working at Twin Cities Spine Center. See the answers, explore popular topics and discover unique insights from Twin Cities Spine Center employees.

What benefits does Twin Cities Spine Center offer?

July 7, 2019

Full benefits available. 401k available at 1 year of employment.

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What is the vacation policy like at Twin Cities Spine Center? How many vacation days do you get per year?
What benefits does Twin Cities Spine Center offer?

July 7, 2019

Full benefits available. 401k available at 1 year of employment.

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What is the vacation policy like at Twin Cities Spine Center? How many vacation days do you get per year?

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Twin Cities Spine Center

Safety – Provides for the welfare of our patients and associates through the use of design considerations, environmental protection, emergency services, prevention, policy and procedures, security and training. This standard also ensures our work is performed accurately the first time, every time.

Excellence - In today’s world, “good” just isn’t good enough. We will strive for excellence and enjoy the pride of achievement that comes from our efforts.

Responsibility - We make a difference to TCSC and our performance, behavior and attitude count. We all contribute to the success of TCSC.

Value – To continue to be a great company we must continually strive together to improve our processes, our products, our quality and help our co-workers do their job better. We value creative thoughts and suggestions.

Integrity – We are forthright in all our dealings. We say what needs to be said, not simply what people want to hear. Our customer relations will be open and sincere and built on mutual trust and understanding. We will deliver what we promise.

Compassion – We will be patient and empathetic when we listen to the suffering of someone else; we will work hard to put our patients, customers and vendors first.

Efficiency – We will provide a smooth and effective process throughout all of TCSC encompassing all our facilities, systems and associates.... Read more

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Twin Cities Spine Center

Clinic Locations: Blaine, Burnsville, Cambridge, Coon Rapids, Minneapolis, Plymouth, Buffalo, Shakopee, St. Paul, Vadnais Heights and Woodbury.


From the Clinic

Twin Cities Spine Center is a specialty medical provider focused exclusively on one incredible and complex area of the body: the spine.

For over 70 years, our focus has been on advancing spine care, conducting research and training other spine surgeons from around the world. We bring our years of dedicated spine experience to the care and treatment of each one of our patients.

Our patients come to us in pain and we use our expertise in diagnosis, education and treatment, including advanced surgical skills when needed, to help move them forward to improved spine function and health.


Insurance Providers Accepted

We accept most insurances including auto accident, worker's compensation and governmental funded programs. If you have a high deductible plan or no insurance and you need an estimate of charges for services you know you will be receiving, please contact the business office at 612.262.5680.

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Twin Cities Spine Center

Clinic

Medical office that provide non-emergency care

Description

Outpatient health clinic offering preventative, diagnostic (exam or test) and treatment services

Some clinics are certified as Health Care Homes, where primary care providers, families and patients work together to support wellness and improve health outcomes. Clinics with the Health Care Homes certification can be found online.

Additional Information

Provides surgical and non-surgical treatment for back pain and injuries.

Care is provided in four areas:

  • Spinal deformities
  • Trauma
  • Degenerative (cervical, thoracic, lumbar)
  • Other, such as spinal tumors and infections

Features

  • Payment
    • Medicare
    • Private health insurance
    • Private pay

Fee

Financial policies and information

Location

913 E 26th St, Ste 600 - Piper Building, Minneapolis, MN, 55404-4515

Area Served

Twin Cities Metro area

Phone Numbers

  • Primary Contact for this program: 612-775-6200

Websites

Last Update

10/8/2021

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