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Good Samaritan Society Employer Reviews

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Working in Nursing Home environment
CNA (Current Employee), Atwood, KSJuly 29, 2014
Pros: able to work any shift that works great with your at home schedule
Cons: short breaks
My day working on a 2200-0600 shift (currently) is we usually do chores which consist of changing out hand towels, vitals signs being taking, and new water pitchers taken in to residents room. We will occasionally be putting a few residents to bed. I have learned in the past 5 years that some shifts do not get along at all but team work is always in – more... the works no matter what shift you are on. My coworkers are always hard at work and usually keeping a close eye on what is new on residents. The hardest part of my job is dealing with the elderly passing for I have gotten attached to them as well as their families and it is so hard to see their families going through such a hard time. The most enjoyable part of my job is changing the lives of residents. Reassuring the residents that their lives are in excellent hands as I take care of them on a daily basis. – less
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Hard work, good hours, low pay
Housekeeper (Former Employee), Kissimmee, FLJuly 28, 2014
Pros: good hours, fun caring supervisor
Cons: low pay, poor teamwork with other departments
Nursing staff made more of a mess than residents, issue was never addressed. Direct supervisor was caring and understanding. Usually short staffed due to people quitting because of low pay.
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Good place to work for.
CNA (Former Employee), Mountain Home, ARJuly 23, 2014
Pros: will work with college students
The co-workers are great and the LPN's work great with the CNA's.
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bad place to work at but the pay was good
Dietary Aide/ Nurse Assistant/Assistant Cook (Former Employee), El Paso, TXJuly 14, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: managers do not care
bad place, the pay is good but the coworkers are bad. I loved the residents there and one of my managers
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fun and fast
dietary aid (Former Employee), hutchinson ksJuly 12, 2014
felt like working with family and it was very outgoing and fast
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a wonderful team
Medical social worker (Former Employee), Omaha NEJuly 8, 2014
A typical day would be compeleting psychosocial assessment with residents, discharges, admissions and completing paper work. But there was nothing typical in this setting because everyday came with its own challenges from working with families and residents that need different support and resources, to working with long term residents and rehab that – more... makes the facility unique. My co workers were great, good team work and timely execution of tasks. The hardest part was having to leave such a wonderful team and the residents that i was already getting attached to. The most enjoyable part of my job as a medial social worker was the constant adrenaline due to changes. No dull moment. – less
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Great place to work.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Warren, MNJune 25, 2014
I assisted residents with their ADL's and enjoyed working with people.
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good
Certified Nursing Aide (Former Employee), Bismarck, NDJune 22, 2014
Pros: working with the elderly
Cons: not enough work to be done to keep me busy in a day.
Overall a very beautiful place to work with wonderful staff and devoted care givers.
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Dietary Cook
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Bloomfield, NEJune 13, 2014
As a cook I got to learn how to prepare food according to state guidelines.
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a day in the life of
Certified Nurse Assistant (Current Employee), Gresham, ORJune 2, 2014
Pros: experience
Cons: not enough pay
*start of the day with change in report from prior shift; check for daily showers; prepare for those showers; assist the residents with dressing, toileting, bathing, transfers, OT/PT appointments,
*Assist in the dining room, or assist in the hall with all meals
*answer all call lights, report any changes with any resident to the nurse, i.e. vitals, – more... symptoms, etc.
* assist the nurse
* end of day change of report to the next shift coming in Chart all ADL's

Management is average. They are able to answer questions, provide answers and assist with any personal problems.

My co- workers are great to work with and very enjoyable.

The hardest part of the job is the fact that I care too much and want the best for everyone that is there. Caring too much is hard.

The most enjoyable is the fact that I can always put a smile on their faces with my personality. I love having fun, singing and making them smile. – less
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I liked working with others on a team and being responsible for the staff in my supervision
Director of Environmental Services (Former Employee), Bismarck, NDMay 26, 2014
Pros: working with people in a professional environment and being a part of the team
Cons: expensive healthcare, on call 24-7
My typical day would start with checking my e-mails and job list for the day. I would have a small meeting with my staff to plan our day. I was the manager of my department and would work with the managers of other departments. During my employment I learned to use my computer for communication with other departments and the central campus. I also learned – more... to order online. I learned to work with my co workers in theirs positions. The hardest part of my job was staying under budget in such an unpredictable field. The most enjoyable part was working with the residents, learning about their lives, and creating a clean and comfortable environment for the residents and staff. – less
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Clean floors, clean resident rooms, maintain building
Maintenance (Former Employee), Pipestone, MNMay 10, 2014
I would use cleaning supplies to clean the residents floors. I would also vacuum and use a carpet cleaner on all the carpeted areas including hallways and dining rooms. I would mop and polish the tile and hardwood areas. I'd clean up any messes either from residents or from occurring problems.
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Good Samaritan
Cook (Current Employee), Geneseo, ILMay 1, 2014
I have a great job with nice co-workers in a relaxed atmosphere.
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Enjoyed the clients and activities we planning together
Home Care Specialist (Former Employee), Hot Springs Village, ARApril 28, 2014
Pros: makes own schedule
Cons: weekends & overnight
Management & Co-workers enjoyed working together. Some weeks can be long hours, no days off especially when Co-workers take vacations, seems to always be short staffed.
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This job was the best i've ever had.
Dietary Assistant (Former Employee), Greeley, COApril 28, 2014
A typical day at work was a challenge but I loves it. I learned that a smile or good deed can go a long way. Management was awesome I loved everyone there. My coworkers were awesome as well. The hardest part of the job was having to leave. The most enjoyable part of the job was the residents.
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A good place to learn and grow as a nurse
Registered Nurse (Floor Nurse and Charge Nurse) (Current Employee), Stillwater, MNApril 24, 2014
Pros: great co-wokers and a variety of patients/resident
I have learned a lot at my current employment. My time management skills have greatly improved. My employment at Good Samaritan has made me very flexible from day to day. I am mainly on the TCU but also float to long term and memory care.
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Rehabilitation Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Belington, WVApril 17, 2014
I loved helping the elderly and making things as easy as possible on them. I would've worked for the Good Samaritan Society longer if they would have worked with my college schedule.
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Subacute Therapy Department
Student Occupational therapy Assistant (Former Employee), Loveland, COMarch 28, 2014
Greart learning experience, worked closley with ither disiplines to ensure greatest client care.
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Productive work place
Cook (Former Employee), Dodge City, KSMarch 27, 2014
Pros: great activities, free lunches sometimes
Cons: short breaks, health care
Fun work place, very relaxed
I learnt how to use steam tables
How to prepare different meals for different diets in a timely manner
Hardest part of the job was people working didn't get along in different departments
Best part of my job was knowing that I did my best and the residents enjoyed my cooking and I enjoyed their company
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Very Productive AIT Internship at the Leading Nursing Home in Denton
Administrator-In-Training (Former Employee), Denton, TX 76201March 1, 2014
Pros: excellant staff, very helpful
Cons: leaving, hated when my time was done.
This was an internship for me to realize the value of every department and how it relates with the nursing facility. I felt I was able to learn an abundant amount about running a facility due to the great leadership of each department and especially of my preceptor. Since I had to work full time while completing this position, it took me a little over – more... a year, which helped me see the highs and lows and worries of what goes on in a nursing facility. – less

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