Laundry Aide (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – July 20, 2017
There was so little oversight or communication from management that one could not do their job and noone said anything. The facility was to concerned about cutting cost to properly staff any department.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Hot Springs Village, AR – July 4, 2017
While working for this company I enjoyed each day I was there. I encountered dedicated nurses that care for patients that are treated in Baptist Health ICU units. The director is a great leader and has the department working at their best.
Rehab Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Delmar, NY – February 16, 2017
Handled admissions for the rehab unit, in addition to handling orders for 2 Doctor's and a Nurse Practicioner; ordered labs regularly and reviewed results with MD's; Handled discharges with the Social Work Department
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – February 8, 2017
Everyone is friendly and it is great to be able to help people who need you they have a great staff and is really clean and treat the residents with lots of respect they give the residents freedom and space to grow
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Cole Camp, MO – February 3, 2017
Nothing about this job was pleasing. They are understaffed, hostile work environment, the work environment is unpleasant, co-workers are lazy and don't care for the residents, and the communication is horrible.
Activities Assistant (Former Employee) – Oakland City, IN – December 22, 2016
Being around the residents and caring for them gives you a sense of purpose. Most of the people you work with is kind and understanding. You feel at home with the beautiful residents that you get to know.
30 minute lunches, three breaks a day, sweet residents
LPN (Current Employee) – Sayville, NY – September 30, 2016
I love working at GSNH. The environment is amazing and everyone really cares and aims for patient satisfaction. I've learned so much regarding different aspects of nursing. Management is very supportive and listens to the opinions of staff.
Dietary Assistant (Former Employee) – Delmar, NY – June 21, 2016
The job and requirements was easy and fun. However the nursing home environment is not for everyone. Its depressing and you get attached to the residents quickly, and the potential for loosing a resident you're potentially close with is high.
I enjoyed the opportunity and meeting so many wonderful people. I learned a lot and quickly decided that this area was not for me. Although, I enjoyed working with my clients and their families it was very hard emotionally and I decided to explore more options in my education.
I met so many people and clients that was so fulfilling daily.
It was emotionally draining at times and hard to say good bye to clients who expired.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – December 18, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job was my residents. They were always so happy to be alive, which in turn, gave me a sense of hope. I learned that you have to work at things in order to get better, and there is always room for improvement. Management worked well with scheduling. They would do anything that they could to make sure you had the time off that you needed. The people I worked with were great. They always made tough situations a lot easier. I just want to thank them for giving me the opportunity they did.
CNA (Former Employee) – aztec nm – November 23, 2015
everyone was nice. nurses did their job excellent. cna did excellent care. every employee were very organized. i learned a lot working night shifts. i had the chance to work on every unit. even the locked unit.
good about letting us drink eat their facilty food and beverages for free.
Dietary aide/CNA (Former Employee) – Keosauqua, IA – October 23, 2015
I felt so relieved when I left this job. Your work was never satisfying or complete at the end of your shift, you did the work of 3 employees no management to take control and fix problems the nursing home had.
State Tested Nurses Aide (Former Employee) – Avon, OH – June 12, 2015
I was a float between the floors for the first few weeks. Then I established my "own hall" which I was on for almost 2 years. I was able to form a relationship with the residents as well as my co workers that worked the same hall with me.
residence are encouraged to participate in activities.
CNA (Former Employee) – Olathe, KS – June 5, 2015
Very fast paced physical job. I learned to treat people as I will be treated, this is not just a JOB, this affects lives. Co workers were all hard workers. Hardest part of the job was the physicality required to complete job well.