Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 2, 2017
A very unique place to interact with patients. This is a great place to help patients improve their lives and live better. I learned here greatly. It was for me a very positive life experience and is a life changer. It is indeed good to have direct interaction with patients.
Making a difference in patients and their family life is my goal as a nurse. Spending my day with patients and getting to know the different culture and personality is one of the few perk if bein a nurse. Seeing their face go from mistrust to trust is priceless. working with a team of dedicated nurses doctor's and multi -deciplinary team making it all come together for the good of our patients.
assisting incarcerated males reintegrate back into society
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA 15238 – May 2, 2016
Typical day is waking male residents, med pass, and a morning meeting to get started. Afterwards, the residents have several groups throughout the day. All staff worked closely together to promote continuity.
Able to watch the growth of these residents during a six month period
Able to obtain a lot of experience and everyone is always open to help and teach. It feels great to be part of something special, to be able to help someone in need is the greatest feeling in the world
New start up in IN, difficulty in maintaining patient.
Patient Care Administrator (Former Employee) – Greenwood, IN – February 2, 2016
Indiana was closed due to lack of growth. Highly competitive market, which should have had anticipation for at least a few more years to infiltrate the market. I believe may have closed office a little to early. Census hard to maintain when working with hospice population. Fiscal responsibility a must for a company, so I understand the situation. Management were exceptional to work with. Always someone available to answer questions. Would most definitely work for them again in another setting.
Great staff, phone support, and on site when needed.
Office closed before I got the opportunity solidify myself within the company.
Network Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 17, 2016
Fast paced environment must be self-motivated and be able to multi-task. Communication is key to take care of daily tasks. Users are counting on your knowledge and expertise to assist them on a daily basis.
Independent Study (Former Employee) – Stratford, CT – November 15, 2015
I learned what I had to learn and took care of what I had to care of. It was definitely an experience that I will share with others because it will always stay with me. I'm truly grateful for the opportunity.
Geographical Representative (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – June 23, 2015
Great Company. Traveling to different places but not to much. This was a good part of the job, but also could be seen as the hardest. I learned pharmaceutical product knowledge which was really interesting to me.
Staffing Coordinator/HHA/Medical records clerk (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 1, 2015
A usual day starts out reviewing the morning report and checking the pt cencus. Giving the morning report to my field staff and getting the over night report ready for the manager. Then I have to check pay roll and make sure the staff has there hours in and that the times are correct. Then I check in the continous care folders and go over the nursing notes before turning them over to the manager to be filed away in medical records.
RN, Case Manager (Current Employee) – Naples, FL – May 2, 2015
I would see between 5-6 patients daily, provide nursing assessments, med management,provide support to patients and families,end of life care, patient advocate, mentoring staff in a team environment,liaison between patients, families,doctors, social workers and chaplains
Awsome supportive staff who engages in active listening to work in a productive manner
Staff-Coordinator/Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Covina, CA – May 1, 2015
A typical day at Vitas Hospice includes an array of multitasking in each department that I was committed to- Medical Record Filing/Staff Coordination. I learned the importance to handle each day with a sense of urgency and to keep information confidential. The co-workers were very supportive in gauging the correct amount of work needed to be completed in a regular work day. The hardest part of the job was to remain constantly composed on the idea in handling end-of-life care. The most enjoyable part of the job was the constant reassurance that each day is important and to trust in each others work ethic to work effectively.