Worked under the Director of Nursing (Former Employee) – Bozeman, MT – September 6, 2017
Great Business got to work and be involved in the business side as well as patient care. Great team environment, management was very involved. Hardest part of the job was scheduling, best part was taking care of patients in remote areas, very rewarding,
STNA/HHA (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – August 28, 2017
This is a good place to work when they have the hours. We cook, clean, run errands, provide companionship, light housekeeping and follow the care plan given. They can raise the pay a bit cause we do alot for our clients.
First Choice is a company that has the benefit for employees to move forward and upward from a career standpoint. There are more than enough helping hands along the way that will provide great guidance and instruction on becoming successful.
I worked per diem. Some weeks I worked full time, other weeks I could barely make 20 hours
Admissions RN (Former Employee) – Panama City Beach, FL – July 11, 2017
It was fun for the most part. But the office manager was really crude and loud. She was a hoarder and her office was a disgrace. And she screamed at not only the nurses but the owner which I never understood.
Certified Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – May 31, 2017
On a typical day I would drive from different patients home to care for them. I learned the conditions of all my clients and provided relaxing and direct care. Management with this company was ok and literally just that. The hardest part of the job was the consistent mixups with my paycheck and the most enjoyable part was how my clients loved the care I provided for them.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Harrisonburg, VA – April 12, 2017
Nothing really bad to say. It's a great place to work especially if you're a college student. They are really flexible with scheduling and will try to assist you in any way possible. The added benefit is that they pay along the higher side for CNA's.
Get ready to be worked to death and treated like s h i t when you can't work
Direct Care Aide (Former Employee) – Harrisonburg, VA – September 4, 2015
My experience with this company was horrible. The pay is generally decent $8.50/hr for DCA with a potential to earn more depending on contracts. The hours are long. Co-workers talk behind your back. No benefits. Very little room for advancement unless you are on management's good side and every client likes you. They will bust your a s s, the drama is bad, and you don't get paid enough to put up with that plus the workload plus the complaints.
Scheduling coordinator was nice, potential to earn a boatload of money
Easy to get terminated. With new management, they will find a reason if they don't like you.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – 406 W 34th Suite 506 Kansas City, MO – August 28, 2015
I really like the fact that this company supplies a care package to its clients on the 25th of every month. This is a form of help and reassurance to the clients to help them to make it through until they receive their checks on the first. The company in my opinion is family oriented as well as professional, which I consider well put together with some balance. From owner to MGMT to Administration, no one person is above working in a clients home.
Work and hours are always available. Care packages for clients.