Pros: great rn staff development; very approachable/positive/available don
Cons: it's long term care, it is a tough but rewarding job, just comes with the territory, not the company or the leadership.
Beautiful, well thought-out facility, good leadership if you work hard and don't complain.
Very rewarding to work with veterans.
Mostly long term care, some acute/rehab care. Dementia department.
You will definitely learn your documentation!!!!
Beautiful location, great weather. Low crime community. Amazingly bicycle friendly city. Unlimited outdoor – more... diversions- endless amount of trails for hiking and mountain biking, lakes/reservoirs for water sports, National/State parks, close to Vegas.
No shift differentials for NOC or weekends.
401k available but no company match.
Difficult for them to recruit nurses and aids, this makes this job very demanding and stresses the residents.
The building is HUGE, nurses/aids walk their backsides off going from room to room, room to nursing station, and hall to hall. Makes time management essential, one to one resident care difficult, and weight loss easy. – less