Busy and productive workplace, Company moral very friendly and helpful.
Admissions Coordinator (Former Employee), Fresno, CA – August 25, 2014
Pros: great staff, great company moral, family orentied
A typical working day for Golden Living Skilled Nursing facility consist of a lot of paperwork meeting with families to get them the right help they need, tours throughout the day running background checks, and marketing. The staff have always been friendly greeting you with hello's, all the way till you make your way to the office. Staff have always – more... been so friendly and helpful, at Golden Living we were more of a family. Management staff have always been so helpful and on top of things always in meetings. The hardest part of my job was not getting so attached to my patients as an admissions coordinator you deal with a lot of families and patients. It takes a lot of responsibility and patients to cope with both the paperwork and families. Work was always productive there was never a dull moment you are always doing something keeping busy. The most enjoyable part of my job was helping others helping my patients and there families through whatever they needed. – less
loved working with patience and making sure they have what they need.
Internship (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – August 24, 2014
Typical day was waking the patience up, getting their breakfast ready.Also getting them cleaned up and dress for their day to start. The co-workers were respectful and kind.I didn't have a hard time at this job. The most enjoyable part was seeing the patience smile means that i am doing my job right.
Certified Nurse Aide (Former Employee), Doylestown, PA – August 22, 2014
Pros: great community atomosphere, pay benefits very competative !
Cons: long long commute
Great place to work. We had a union. My co workers and supervisors for the most part were a great team! Patients were family sometimes we were the only family they had. i worked nights. Loved sitting up with my residents and experiencing history through their eyes.
house keeping (Former Employee), Saint Louis Park, MN – August 20, 2014
Clean, mop or supply restrooms, gather and empty trash and clean patient rooms. Set up meeting rooms and clean carpet. Clean floors, dusting, mopping and scrubbing floors & Vacuuming and clean carpet
Given a variety of training and opportunity as a student intern
Student Intern (Former Employee), Kennestone, GA – August 20, 2014
Pros: great place to learn about the medical record process which included patients and staff.
I had an 80-hr on-site practicum assignment, which was spread out over fours weeks.
My mentor at Golden Living - Kennestone was awesome. She is the HIM Coordinator. While she was extremely busy, she made the time to train me and gave me a variety of opportunities and responsibilities that involved different assignments and responsibilities, all focusing – more... on the medical records process and the patients.
Because she was so busy, interruptions were common. This was the hardest part of the job for training, but it was quite an eye-opener in watching her work and how she handled it all so smoothly. It was not boring! – less
Certified Nursing Assistant & Restorative Aide (Former Employee), Pell City, AL – August 14, 2014
Taking care of residents on a daily by feeding, clothing and bathing them. Documented on each patient and how they did that day, Monitored their weight and vitals and entering in our computer database.
I really enjoyed working there but I felt Mistreated
CNA (Former Employee), Tunkhannock, PA – August 5, 2014
I had about 10 residents a day and I preformed there ADL's. My co-workers became like family to me but the reason I left was because of one RN supervisor had mistreated me and made me feel very uncomfortable. The hardest part of the job for me I would say was working short handed. The most enjoyable part of this job was the residents really become a – more... part of your family and it's such a rewarding feeling to no that I'm helping someone else. – less
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Stanford, KY – July 30, 2014
Pros: geting to know the residents
My workday consist of the care of others. I learned to be patient and caring of others. All management is wonderful always with a smile on their faces. All co-workers are great, helpful, and easy to communicate with. My favorite part of this job was talking with the residents.