Patient Care Assistant (PCA) (Former Employee) – Peapack, NJ – January 19, 2017
A typical day at work for me is making sure that all my assignments are finish before the end of my shift. I learned that when your at work or at home you have to make life enjoyable and that makes your day at work easier, and management is wonderful. Because of the different ethnic backgrounds of all the workers from different parts of the world we as employees get to learn more than we knew from each other. The hardest part of the job is when we don't work as a team, and the work becomes more enjoyable when you know you put a smile on both the patients and their family faces and to know that they are satisfied with the work we do in taking care of their love ones.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Urbana, MO – November 21, 2016
Christian Health Care allowed me to better care for my grandmother whom was on Hospice. Grandma was able to mange her own care plan and hire in (me) family member to care for her. This company is absolutely amazing
State Registered Nursing Assistant (SRNA) (Former Employee) – Corbin, KY – March 24, 2016
My opinion about this place is a great place to work. Management is nice and understanding. The co-workers some are great to work with and some u try but they don't understand team work. The most enjoyable about this job is the ones we care for.
Medication Aide and Patient Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Wyckoff, NJ – November 11, 2015
The Center focuses on health restoration, advancing the health of the individual and the community as a whole with their therapeutic interactions to others. I learnt giving compassionate care, and representing the hand of Christ in every care l offer to the patients. The management treats workers with love and respect like one family. The hardest part of the job is working some special holidays, but its always enjoyable to work here because the workers are well fed. Co-workers are like best friends and very helpful which makes work less stressful. Another good thing is management always try satisfy workers change of schedules,. This make it easier for workers to take advance courses in the education.
Free Lunches, coffee and teas, free scrub, tuition reimbursement, Scholarships, health insurance to all, and bonuses on some special holidays
• Provided efficient, courteous, quality service and properly portioned foods according to the menu, with a high standard of customer service detail • Portioned and placed servings on plates and prepared trays according to dietary needs of the patients and delivered trays to units • Maintained proper food storage to keep fresh • Retained cleanliness and hygiene around the work station • Collects and stacks dirty dishes on cart and returns cart to kitchen area • Washes dishes, pots, pans, utensils and cleans work area, tables, cabinets, kitchen equipment, and appliances • Gathers and places garbage and trash in designed containers
Great care and Employees, unethical Upper management
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Wyckoff – January 11, 2015
I worked at CHCC for over 5yrs as a nurse.The facility is one of the best. The staff really care about their patients. It's a great place to get initial experience & training as a RN, but as far as advancement, you may need to forfeit your ethics, as you see other employees be unfairly treated.
A typical day at work at the Christian Healthcare Center consists of interacting with senior citizens who suffer from dementia or other handicaps. I lead exercise, tell stories, play games and engage in a variety of stimulating activities with friendly residents. It's really hard to consider it work when I enjoy it so much. I gather the residents together for each activity and ensure that their needs are met. The hardest part of this job is having coping with residents passing away. Its very easy to develop relationships with residents and it's always hard when they pass away. The most enjoyable part of the job would be any time I am able to elicit a smile or laugh from the residents (which happens very often).
Free lunches, positive work environment, rewarding experiences
As an evening nursing supervisor I am responsable for the general operational activities for the nursing home, post acute care, dementia and behavior units. I have learned how to try to satisfy patients families and staff on a daily basis. Which is also the hardest part of the position. The most enjoyable part of the job is when I can accomplish what I have learned.
Executive Chef (Former Employee) – Wyckoff, NJ – October 10, 2012
One year into the position a new Food service manager was hired. He demanded that I manage my kitchen the way he manages his inner office. I had a problem standing between the morale and production of my hourly employees and the Demands of the Food service Director. The matter wasn't able to improve and when I tried to have a three way conversation with this manager he became irate and found his way to remove me. To the other managers on staff and myself, wrongly.