LVN (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 6, 2018
Good company to work for, I am still employed PRN with this company. I have had an overall good experience with this company and its staff. The administration staff at the main office in Sherman is very on top of the paperwork and scheduling.
Angels of Care has been around for a while and it is the same as always. No care for employees. Poor management, and abysmal policies. Since they are such a large company you will be able to find cases.
lots of cases
terrible office staff, policies, and job security.
Since I worked in a home i can basically say that the home evironment was great
LVN (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – November 30, 2017
I didn't really have a relationship with the staff since I worked in a home., but the nurse supervisor was great.It was a good company to work for. The pay wasn't the best, but for the most part it was okay.
RN (Current Employee) – Bastrop, TX – November 28, 2017
overall isn't a bad company .. the only 2 main issues that I have experienced is about he local office ...never interact with me ..I don't see the reason for having a local office .. never received a call to follow up if i am working okay.. case manager ? Absent !! Working for 8 months and the only person that I know is " Jordan"... lo other calls or interactions .. the second issue is that never received any appreciation cards , free lunches, or any other gift .... maybe budget isn't good? ...I don't know !!
No free lunches, no appreciation cards, no enough cases on my area
Speech Language Pathologist - Assistant (Current Employee) – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX – November 16, 2017
The office staff is always on top of everything. My clients have a good relationship with office. I would recommend this company to any therapist because they are really quick with building your caseload and response to promptly when assistance is needed.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Texas – October 26, 2017
Very good working environment and job security. The management is very nice and attentive to employees. RNs have choices to patients and the company will help to locate patient who are suitable for their credentials and personalities.
RN staff nurse ICU (Former Employee) – Vicki's Place – October 23, 2017
Enjoyed working with the other staff. They were all well educated and enjoyed their work. All the patients were foster kids adopted by the one person and they were all on vents with races and g-buttons. None of them could walk, talk and required total care with bathing and changing of diapers.
Regional Director (Current Employee) – Texas – October 20, 2017
Great company that truly puts the clients and families we serve at the forefront. Pride themselves on providing high quality care, amazing customer service and providing our field staff with competitive benefits and PTO!
LVN Field Nurse (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 20, 2017
I love my patient. The company I work for is a good company to work for. The only thing that I dislike would be the turnover rate in the offices. You get comfortable with a certain person than they are no longer working there and you don't know until someone new emails you and tells u they are no longer working there.
Great introduction to home health care. Provided good internship and training. Due to level of experience had difficult time finding case load to meet my experience level. When child out of town or in hospital no other clients to pick up.
License Vocational Nurse (Current Employee) – San Angelo, TX – September 17, 2017
I love the freedom. you only have one patient to care for. it is very relaxed. resources are readily available via phone call, if you call in with a question or concern someone is readily available to answer your question or will find the answer for you. able to pick days or night and pick your patient to fit your schedule.
It was an all around amazing job. I loved the people I worked with and it was a very friendly environment. They make you feel like family and if anyone has a chance to work there they definitely should!
LVN- RN Case Manager (Current Employee) – Texas – August 31, 2017
I started working for this company as a home nurse 1:1 nursing care in pediatric patients home. Gbutton medication administration. Seizure precautions and frequent transfers
A day in the life at Angels of Care is busy doing intakes, new nursing orientation ,and reassessing patients and pretty much anything else that comes your way. Time management skills and being a detail oriented person is a very important.
Some days are stressful but those days are few and far in between.
The greatest part of the job watching the children grow and for some patients to no longer need nursing service because they recover.
Company car to perform job duties, Great branch coworkers, office hours 9-5, weekends off, PTO for full time field nurses.
Costly Benefits package, No Paid vacation day, No Bereavement pay, Corporate often contradicts themselves.
South Texas Regional Team Lead (Current Employee) – Sherman, TX – August 27, 2017
I have learned that sometimes it is easy to make needed changes and sometimes it is difficult. I have enjoyed working with a variety of people with different backgrounds and interests and have enjoyed that challenge. The hardest part of the job has been when the stress is high due to having to multitask so many things in a timely manner while keeping up with the day to day tasks as well. It has been a good challenge.