RN (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 6, 2017
This company has only one thing going for them and it is their compliance officer. Everything else is all smoke and mirrors. You can't believe anything you are told and only half of what you see. Absolutely no job security even for loyal, successful employees. Beware.
Manager (Current Employee) – Grove, OK – June 20, 2017
I have continued to go to school to become an administrator, I am almost done with my BSN business and Healthcare administration, and I want to further my career with a job in healthcare administration.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Farmingdale, NY – June 14, 2017
Applies different approaches to make patients feel comfortable. We are there for the patient and not ourselves. Therefore they are the priority. Another important aspect is learning to be patient. Our needs come after the patient's needs.
It is very enriching to help people in their last days
You establish a bond with a patient that affects you when they pass away
The care provided to patients and families is above excellent. As a representative of Good Shepherd and the Hospice Benefit it is a privilege to educate families and professionals on the benefit of Good Shepherd Hospice and Hospice in general.
Hospice Consultant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 8, 2017
I was hired to be a Hospice Consulltant. On the second day at work, the ED that hired me was fired. Two weeks later and newly created position, VP of Sales & Marketing took over and worked with the SA staff for a day. Two weeks later the entire sales staff was laid off.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Bohemia, NY – May 18, 2017
Volunteer position. Company was very professional and enjoyable to work for. They provided comfort and solace to many families in time of great need and as such I was proud to be a part of the organization.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX 77014 – May 15, 2017
Company could not retain RN Case Managers in the field, this made visits overloaded to the one and only RN case manager which was my self, Supervisor was very disorganized and did not disclose visits that needed to be done that day until after hours
Registered Nurse- Hospice field nurse (Current Employee) – Farmingdale, NY – April 25, 2017
My job is very fulfilling, I have the opportunity to help patients and there families during the most difficult times during their lives. I provide not only physical comfort but most importance emotional support.
RN. Duties (Former Employee) – Port Jefferson, NY – March 9, 2017
Management went above and beyond expected duties in assisting the nursing staff. Bonding with families and providing pain relief for terminal ill patients. The physical outlays of the unit made challenging to cover on foot.
taking with famlies concerning end of life treatment.
Good colleagues and work; lots of regulations and restraint; high turnover and understaffed
Social Worker (Former Employee) – Polk County, FL – March 8, 2017
I loved the work there and I was effective and appreciated by immediate supervisors and colleagues. Every day was different and challenging and I mostly gained satisfactory outcomes. Made some wonderful friends. I had a great deal of independence and a fair amount of flexibility and was able to find help when I needed it. Benefits were adequate for me and there were ample time off opportunities. Upper management is very top heavy and overbearing. The organization is chronically understaffed and has high turnover in most positions.
Great friends and colleagues; benefit package
Understaffed overworked employees, many new policies rolled out regularly, causing hardships on all. Lots of turnover. Large corporate micromanagement with many moving parts
On call LPN (Former Employee) – Grove, OK – August 15, 2016
Not the best environment. They pick favorites & others don't matter. Fit in or stay on the outside. They don't listen to patients or families. Must go to Grove office in order to participate in activites.