This is where I was first allowed the privilege of learning the medical field. I learned so much that when this company was acquired and I was laid off I was able to take that knowledge to Carolinas Healthcare.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Muscle Shoals, AL – February 6, 2017
I worked there for a long time and when management changed ,it became to demanding and was not able to every have family time due to all of the double charting required . I enjoyed my patients but was unable to provide the care needed do to all paperwork
The typical day at work was meeting new clients and learning all about durable medical equipment supplies. Call center was extremely busy and you got to learn about the company and products. I learned that Blue cross blue shield companies from other states had almost similar polices and procedures.
Senior Collector (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – January 20, 2017
Enjoyed my time at Gentiva. Overall most people were professional and great to work with. Worked at the FSU in OP and work is split by teams and area covering. They tried to change your case load every six months or so. Sometimes collections just need a new set of eyes. At the FSU you work closely with each branch you are assigned to make sure all billing requirements have been fulfilled so they are paid the max allowable.
Good benefits when I worked there
Drive. Not so great about letting people either come in late or take of due to weather.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – January 20, 2017
Pay rate fluctuates by task and is not addressed from the start. More often than not you will be charting and making calls late into the night. Much of the office does not understand what it is like to be out in the field and time management. Co-workers are friendly, but often burnt out. Schedule will change daily, if not by the minute.
Company as whole great, sub divisions lacking management
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – January 19, 2017
Great Company Model, Outstanding training and business development. Short comings are local sites, poorly managed. existing politics and restraints, enabling no territory growth. Again AWESOME company, local management self imploding, in regards to marketing and sales. one example, new marketer given a territory, allowed to call on physician, but no access to Hospital in same pavilion. Absurd! Account hoarding by senior reps, threatened by new reps existing relationships with accounts.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – January 17, 2017
Compassionate caring people who really want to help others. They care about staff like family. Their therapy helps people recover from illness and come out stronger than before. Everyone works as a team. Very good at what they do. Great to work for.
Professional, caring, loving, effective therapy, free food at meetings
Hospice Case Manager (Former Employee) – Nashville – January 17, 2017
Great job for two or three years. And then the grind of working in the Emergency Department was just too much. I can't see how this job would be different in another ED to be honest. It's just a tough job regardless.
They are very helpful and give you room to grow and advance.
RN Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 10, 2017
They are a great place to work. I like working for this company. I don't really know what else to say. The employers are nice and considerate, but you have alot of documentation that is required when you are an RN.
Director of Clinical Management (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – December 31, 2016
Management at local branch is difficult, gossipy, childish and not honorable. Workload is sometimes unreasonable, favoritism is rampant. Gentiva/Kindred is OK to work for, but this branch has alot of problems.