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CORNERSTONE OF RECOVERY Employer Reviews

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Fast paced job but rewarding
LPN Staff Nurse (Current Employee), TNJune 30, 2014
Pros: good people to work with you
Cons: emotionall stressful
Co workers are great.
It is a fast paced place and you have to be on your toes all the time,
There are many activities for the patients,
Staff available 24/7
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Overall, good experience
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee), Louisville, TNMarch 18, 2014
Family atmosphere, challenging, benefits and compensation are compareable to other Healthcare groups of similar size
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foundation of love
Director of Recovery Monitoring Program (Former Employee), Louisville TNJuly 6, 2013
Pros: excellent staff
Cons: benefits declined
This program came together from a man who wanted good treamtent available to anyone wanting help from alcoholism/addiction. In the first years of the program it was the most ideal place to work as everyone worked as a team toward the same goal to ensure every patient had the best possible chance for long term sobriety. The difference with this program – more... from others was the love the employees put into their jobs, for the clients and for each other. The downside was that as it grew more sucessful, it became more corporated and as with most, people get into business to make money. – less
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Great work environment
nursing assistant (Current Employee), Louisville TNJune 11, 2013
Cons: hours
I love working at Cornerstone! It is definitely a job you have to have patience with though. It gets hectic sometimes.
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Excellent work environment, very supportive
Research Assistant/Intern (Current Employee), Alcoa, TNMarch 19, 2013
Pros: free meals, supportive work atmosphere, beautiful facility
Recruitment, assessment, and discharge of participants at a substance abuse treatment facility, data entry, DNA collection, follow-up calls, emails, and letters, administered the TLFB and various other substance use and intimate partner violence scales
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CORNERSTONE IS A GOOD PLACE TO WORK. I HAVE GAINED KNOWLEDGE REGARDING DRUG AND ALCOLHOL ADDITIONS I WOULD NEVER I LEARNED HAD I NOT BEEN WORKING FOR
L P N PRN (Former Employee), Louisville, TNSeptember 6, 2012
Pros: relaxed atmosphere. great supervisors.
Cons: healthcare. as a prn i do not work enough hours to qualify for insurance.
ACCESS DETOX PATIENTS. ADMINISTER MEDICATIONS PER DR. ORDERS. TAKE OFF ORDERS. ADD PRN ORDERS PER COMPANY POLICY. PROVIDE NURSING CARE AS NEEDED. PROVIDE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT. PROGRESS NOTES. MY CO-ORDERS ARE GREAT. I RESPECT THEM AND ENJOY WORKING WITH THEM AS A TEAM. THE HARDEST PART OF MY JOB IS THE DRIVE TO AND FROM WORK. THE MOST ENJOYABLE OF MY – more... JOB, MY PATIENTS. – less
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too many chiefs not enough indians
LPN (Former Employee), Alcoa, TNApril 22, 2012
Pros: flexible hours being part of the treatment team
Cons: having detox patients by your self, cheek medication
They show patients the online nicer area and tour the nicer/newer area then they would get sent down to my area which was the older shabier area and they had paid alot of money and they would complain to me about their lodgings and I could not help them.
Because of short staffing and multiple firings I would be required to work 16 hours with out being – more... asked, but told.
Co-workers... some would work as team players others would not as pass the buck or blame on others.
I learned that you can't save all patients. Their were some over doses after discharge/ There were also some discharges that should have come sooner due to staff safety.
Most enjoyable when you saw some get healthy and realized that their was life beyond drugs and alcohol – less