Numbers Don't Lie when it Comes to Money
LVN (Former Employee) – Belton, TX – April 5, 2017
Clock in, get report, didn't learn too much in orientation, management was all about the numbers even when cottages weren't safe for staff nor patients, the rooms always flooded due to poor construction of the bathrooms/showers, providers were very slow to treat with increased medication dosages if needed, the workplace culture was okay if you had a team that knew how to work together as a team and not back stab to get brownie points with managers that were back stabbers as well, the hardest part of the job was when patients were told they were going home but wasn't able to leave once the hospital found that they had more cover days of the insurance, the most enjoyable part of the job was clocking out to go home and off days.
3 day weekends rotating, co-workers that know how to work together, clocking out to go home for the day
No time for breaks, no safety for staff during high pt. acuity, cut-throat by management, providers aren't caring