I found this facility to be the worst in every possible way. Things I witnessed: RN gave medicine to a patient who had expired, which nurse would have realized if she had even looked at the patient. Patient with a trach died because nursing did not supervise and care for patient correctly. Staff allows medical equipment alarms to sound without checking on the situation. Huge amount of staff from Hatti and Africa, which is not bad, but the problem comes in when the culture of these people clash with American culture. We, Americans, love our elderly family members and when we must take them to a nursing home, we want our loved ones to be cared for... But, people from Hatti and Africa do not feel the same about the elderly. This is one aspect of the medical profession I will never accept. They should be taught the value Americans place on the elderly...and they are not.
Bed sores abound at this facility due to poor supervision and lack of education by the facility.
Best place to work. Employees communicate with one another. I act questions when I am confused. The best part of my work is making sure all of my residents are comfortable. Providing care and treating my resident with love and respect makes my day. Best place live as a resident.
The staff is the rudest I've ever seen in my 25 years of nursing. The management doesn't do anything to improve their customer service. The Administration and D.O.N are the biggest cowards and don't address any major issues correctly.They absolutely don't care about the patients there and definitely not the staff.
The patients are greatful when they see someone nice.
Maintenance (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 15, 2015
Continually improving and maintaining plant operations and maintenance to better suit the needs of our customers and residents. The best part about the job is the residents we work for. It is an absolute pleasure to be involved with the day-to-day operation to improve people's lives and well being. Creating smiles by doing everything from remodeling a room to repairing a pair of glasses. It is fulfilling and a pleasure to serve the residents.
its a nice work place you can develop your skills and grow but you can not grow in life because of the way your imcome is.i would love to find a company i can grow with and see a pay increase,with the years of work for that company.
GNA/CNA (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 2, 2015
Management there do not care about their employers. They have a major problem with laundry and their supplies are never on demand. They do not have near enough staffing, every other day if you work overnight, you work short.
Being productive and on task daily will help reduce the stress in this high pace work environment
Social Services (Current Employee) – Clinton, MD – June 25, 2015
Typical day begins with meetings and ends with meetings. When you are open to work as a team, the outcome is great for the community at large. Management is business oriented. Co workers are proffessional. The hardest part of the job is when residents complain about the care. The most enjoyable part of the job is assisting the resident and family in returning home.
GOOD GROUP OF PEOPLE TO WORK WITH
CULTURE OF LTC HAS CHANGED. MORE FINANCIAL CENTERED THAN CLIENT CENTERED
Helped in Administration (Former Employee) – Canton Harbor – December 4, 2012
HR department will not fight for the employee but set you up with management to get ride of an employee without even the employee knowing what's going on until it's too late. Administrative lost in their own powerfilled world, will do anything to keep their job. All of management and administration are a lovely bunch until they feel you crossed them in some way and then your out of their with HR helping them to open the door. I seen it happen too so many people that's why I left.
Running from 7am-3p....I've learned to have a lot of patience. The management is for customer service and good customer service it should be. My coworkers and I work as a team for patients and family members. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that when I go to clock out and go home my patients as well as their family are very well satisfied.
EMPLOYEE (Former Employee) – BALTIMORE – November 6, 2012
Perfect if your grown and still act like your in high school...If you have any problems and talk to anyone in management that person you had the problem with will find out as will as the whole department....The bullying, favoritism and staff call outs is unreal...All and all if you have any skills and wish to advance in your career stay away!!!!
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – December 2, 2012
FutureCare treats everyone with so much warmth and respect. Most importantly, the quality of care is amazing, everyone -- staff and patients -- all seem happy. I couldn't say more wonderful things about it!