Nursing Supervisor (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – December 11, 2017
I have seen patients given trays with molded fruit on them, stool in the bathroom floor and other unacceptable house keeping. Management did nothing to change this, even when I (the supervisor) complained to the "higher-ups." Staff would often not even bother showing up to work, forcing the previous shift to stay.
The pay was decent
No morals or teamwork. Very unclean place of employment
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant/Caregiver (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – December 11, 2017
Working at Consulate help me work on my craft hands-on. I learned how to approach certain situations and how to be professional at all times no matter the temperament of the residents. I gain more knowledge of the medical field and perfected my craft. I also gained some friends along the way
RN Unit Manager (Former Employee) – Selinsgrove, PA – December 9, 2017
Never enough staff, corporate only cares about $$!! Benefits are horrendous, huge deductible would be better off not having any benefits. No raises!! They totally suck the life out of ya. Never have the supplies needed to care for the residents. Absolutely horrible company!!
The CNA's were lazy. Always on facebook or playing games on phone. Management had favorites. Nepotism was a big factor in if advancement was possible. CNA's would leave and not tell anyone. sometimes not enough staff to cover a shift. very bad work environment
A/R Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – December 7, 2017
excellent company to work for- really care about their employees. Always had fun events for the staff- management was good. would go back end of the month billing was intense but that was to be expected
I had a stroke was asked to come back to work go back but the person that filled in while I was out did a good job so after almost two months they fired me for being late I lived 21 miles away tracffic the is worst crossing the bridge
The nurses assigned to relieve me never showed up. Also a unit designed for 3 nurses always only had 2. I was constantly stressed or went home in tears many times after 1pm on a 3-11 shift because nurses never showed up for work.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – November 30, 2017
this company need more staffing, staff worked short almost all the time. they also locked team work, throughout the time I was working there the company had 3 turn over with nursing as well as office staff.
LPN- 120 Bed Facility (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – November 28, 2017
This facility is definitely fast pace and I can honestly say that it launched my nursing career. I learned so much here. I worked with wound vacs, IV therapy, orthopedics and rehabilitation. The staff was friendly and the aids were a pleasure to work with.
I would go back there to work anytime. The facility was clean and friendly. It was fast paced in the kitchen but there was a lot of team work between employee. Overall I really enjoyed working for that company.
A typical day at consulate would be busy and enjoyable. I learned that a positive attitude always the best way to overcome some issues. The best part of the job was having the opportunity to give the best care to the patients..