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Love this place!
Certified Nurse Aide (Current Employee), Wichita, KSMay 26, 2014
Such a great facility to work for! If you are looking for a good place to work look no further, CCC is a great place.
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didn't like it there because they were unorganized
CMA (Former Employee), skilled unitJuly 13, 2013
The pay sucked and they would give you a lot of responsibility for ten dollars an hour I was accused of taking some medication when the person that took the meds came forward and said it was their fault and I never got an apology or anything. the nurses were rude and unprofessional
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Work was smooth co-workers were easy to get along with
Dietary Aide (Former Employee), Belaire, KsMarch 19, 2013
Overall this was an okay place to work. They tripped about working overtime and the overhead boss was constantly trying to change your job duties.
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Medication Aide
Medication Aide (Current Employee), Bel Aire, KSNovember 6, 2012
Cons: short breaks
I love my job as Medication Aide in Memory Care. I love interacting and developing relationships with the residents. The hardest part of the job is seeing the residents of which you care for suffer in some way or another. Majority of my coworkers are great to work with, but what job doesn't have a couple bad seeds. Memory Care has made my passion for – more... nursing become even stronger. – less
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working in the 1980's
CNA/HHA (Former Employee), Wichita, KSOctober 1, 2012
Pros: i like working with the older patient's
Cons: things have changed so much i honestly don't know of any
I worked the day shift, the only things that I remember is that I worked a lot of my days off due to low salaries and no benefits. I did get to know a lot of the residents, and became very close, they knew that they could depend on me to help them at any time.Most of the staff was very helpful. I worked well with the Nuns there, and we became friends.As – more... for anything else I really don't remember.My typical day was getting patient's up, dressed, breakfast, some baths, some patient,s back to bed, made beds in between taking patient's to restroom, up for lunch, back to bed for naps. Taking some vitals and weights. Interacting with the patient's was the most enjoyable part of my job. I don't remember any thing else. – less
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Caring, compassionate staff throughout residential units
LPN Charge Nurse (Current Employee), Bel Aire, KSApril 13, 2012
Once within the Memory Care unit, my time belongs to the residents. I am in charge of coordinating care given within the unit. Staffing usually includes four CNA's and four CMA's plus myself. There is forty residents plus adult day care visits throughout shifts. I collaborate with physicians, speech therapists, PT/OT and other health care team members – more... in order to give the quality care needed. I understand the needs of our residents, their families and staff and am blessed with this position. I enjoy observing staff and resident interactions within the compassionate and loving environment. I enjoy giving care and spending time with residents' and their families. It is a challenge daily due to our residents' cognitive deficiencies. The most beautiful part of this position is being present during a clear moment displayed by a resident, and meeting a true piece of their heart. – less
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Nice place to work. The residents were great to work for they were very sweet.
Housekeeper (Former Employee), Wichita, KSMarch 21, 2012
Pros: the residents
Cons: to many people not minding there own business.
I liked working at Catholic Care Center. The people were very nice. I enjoyed working for the residents.