I feel they are out for themselves and money. they are not interested in the well being of the residents or their staff. I feel they are unwilling to make change to met peoples needs instead of their own.
Manager Account Receivables (Current Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – September 21, 2017
Review and process claims for all Managed Care patients. Provide ongoing training to staff as needed. Review all high risk claims and track claims until payment is rec'd. Because of my knowledge I can easily recognize trends and start working with payer to resolve issues. The most enjoyable part is seeing old money come in on an account that is past 160 days old.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Beaver Dam, WI – September 20, 2017
Golden Living center was the first facility I worked at with my CNA license. It was poorly managed and didn't have advancement in a career. The wages were not competitive with other facilities. Although the residents were amazing, the entire facility as a whole needed improvement in state statues and management. It has potential to be a great place for employment under the right management and guidances.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Vanceburg, KY – September 19, 2017
I enjoyed working there everyone was very nice and helpful. the nurses were nice and would help the aides when we needed the help we got plenty of breaks no one was over worked everyone helped eachother when they needed the help. very good place to work
Director of Health Information Management (Current Employee) – Fowler, CA – September 19, 2017
I enjoyed working here. I just was ready to try a new opportunity. It's a personal decision for me to see what else I can do based on my education and experience. I think if there is an opportunity for employment, you should take the risk and apply.
They honestly try to appreciate you, as much as they can based on budget. I worked for some companies that didn't even care to try
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Oxford, AL – September 13, 2017
Everyone was very friendly always worked together to help each other cared a lot about their residents and employees nurses always were willing to get on the floor and help their cnas and were very sweet
Business Office Manager (Current Employee) – Norwood, MA – September 12, 2017
No training, you learn by calling another BOM to help each other go though the work process. I've learned how to run the BO and manage funds coming in and out the building. I enjoy working with my team and keeping the residents happy from many different situations.
Amazing people to work with
Wearing to many hats, your not focused on one role
Certified Nurse's Assistant (Former Employee) – Rapid City, SD – September 4, 2017
It sucked the absolute life out of you. They were not very good at communication. It was very stressful, lack of help even from the higher up. I did enjoy the residents that I worked with. It was always the best part.
Charge Nurse LPN (Current Employee) – Poquoson, VA – September 3, 2017
This was a rewarding job because of the residents but it was extremely stressful. Long hours and short staffed. The residents were great but the physician on staff was not very involved. I miss the residents