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leading nursing care facility
nurse (Current Employee), flSeptember 29, 2014
A working enviroment that encourage its staff to excell;dedicated staff that always work together to provide the best care possible
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Don't work there. ..
Nurse (Former Employee), Newark DESeptember 27, 2014
Newark DE . Turn over is huge. All do to poor management, when will corporate ever learn? With the right management, from District Manager down. Heartland Hospice could be top notch. Too bad for the patients they serve, and the employees that serve them. SAD
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registered nurse supervisor
3-11 Registered nurse supervisor (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PASeptember 27, 2014
I worked 3-11. So as soon as I came in we were a little busy. The other RN's were great as far as questions or help. I learned how to work with a very mixed ethnic group. My manager was great with a open door policy. The hardest part was knowing that most of these patients were all alone. I enjoyed being in charge.
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Experienced a new area in an admissions position
Admissions Director (Former Employee), Houston, TXSeptember 25, 2014
Accepted a position as Admissions Director. Learned the approach of bringing in patients versus billing and collections. Felt it was not my cup of tea and returned to business office manager spot with prior company
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If you want to get fired for nothing work here #2
don (Former Employee), Green bay westSeptember 24, 2014
Cons: terrible place to work
I was also in a salaried position at manor care Green bay west. I was told also I was not working enough. I had made arrangements to work 8:30- 5:30 with the administrator at the beginning of my employment.Which is more than 8 hours daily. Many nights I was there until 6. I was also told I was not performing at their expectations. I never even received – more... basic orientation for hire, I was told I got an extensive orientation, which was with a women who was pregnant, she had no patience and I got maybe 4 hours total with her. I got very little orientation. This facility was also extremely dysfunctional, no organization and the administrator is just a terrible person. She lied about many situations concerning conversations we had so she would not look bad. I also consider it a favor that I did lose my job there and highly suggest if you are a nurse that you do not work at any Manor care. You will run your butt off, get no help or credit for all you do and then they will come up with a reason to fire you if you are not doing what they think is appropriate. Don't apply run, run away very fast!!!!!! – less
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Productive and energy consuming workplace.
Nurse aid (Former Employee), West Reading, PASeptember 23, 2014
Hardest Part of the Job Dealing with difficult patients.Some of co- workers were great, friendly ,fun, helpful and made my day much easier.
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Challanging, caing atmosphere
Rehab Aide/ Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Whitehall Township, PASeptember 21, 2014
Pros: challanging, warm atmosphere
Cons: hours being cut (with insurance changes, patients are not staying as long as they should..causing cencus to be low)
Working at a rehab center is challenging...the patients come and go quickly, so, the patient care is always changing..
As a rehab aide, I prepare the gym, escort patients to the gym, try to ease any fears about their treatment...I assist the therapists any way I can...also, I do clerical work for the director of rehab.
Co workers assist each other...we – more... are more like family than co workers...a nice, warm place to work.. – less
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days are long and you are monitored every minute
cbo biller (Current Employee), toledo, ohSeptember 18, 2014
Pros: company picnics and bonuses
Cons: management
there is a manager for every 5 employers and everything is very micro managed...from lunch breaks, phone calls, audits and when you go on break
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Worst place ever!!
CNA (Former Employee), Fountain valley, caSeptember 17, 2014
Pros: the residents
Cons: everything!!!
Stay away from this place!! Worst management ever!! Beware!!!
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Great co-workers and patients
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee), Arlington Heights, ILSeptember 17, 2014
Pros: free dinners
Great staff and patients. Good environment to work in. Carry out orders. Provide sub-acute and rehabilitative care. Hardest part of job is not having as much time to spend with patients. Most enjoyable is spending time with patients.
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SNF serving Kaiser and Medicare patients
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee), Walnut Creek, CASeptember 16, 2014
My caseload was typically 9 - 11 patients at this skilled nursing rehabilitation facility. That may sound like a lot and good time-management skills are critical, but one learns to fall into the rhythm of the job quickly and the workday does not feel as busy as 9 - 11 patients may sound. The most common diagnoses I would encounter were orthopedic (hip – more... and knee replacements, fractured femurs, compression fractures), but there was a good smattering of patients with COPD, CHF, skin disorders, and generalized weakness.

There are 2 gyms with assorted equipment for strengthening, cardiovascular exercise, and balance training. In terms of physical strength, I found that most patients did not need traditional strength training, so much as they needed better endurance, better balance, and better safety awareness. I would spend a fair amount of my workday focusing on patients' balance, analyzing their ability to perform their basic ADLs, and teaching them methods to simplify and improve their ADL performance. The most enjoyable part of the job is that I had the opportunity to work closely with patients to really learn what motivates them and how to use those motivations to enhance their health and wellness. Every now and then I would shop in the community and former patients would approach me and express so much gratitude for how I helped them regain the independence to manage their lives at home and be able to go back out into the community. This last point was one of my biggest eye-opening experiences. It's so easy to take those things we do every day for granted, but when activities like going out to lunch with one's friends is suddenly stripped away, you really begin to appreciate how important such activities are for a person's physical and mental well-being.

The most difficult part of the job is working with the occasional patient who has little to no motivation for therapy. Some clients feel that they were forced to go to a rehabilitation center. Some have advanced dementia and their motivations may be quite different from most clients. A few sessions may be needed to draw out the patients' inner motivations. However, the situation may be that the patient never shows motivation for therapy or being more independent. The therapist has to learn to accept the patient for what s/he is and wants and work with his/her team to determine the most appropriate living situation and resources for that patient to be safe in his/her home. – less
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Great place to work!
Director of Rehab - Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee), Piqua, OHSeptember 16, 2014
Productive and fun workplace with structured expectations of their employees. Overall, great company to work for.
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good pay, thats about it
LPN floor nurse (Former Employee), Peoria, ILSeptember 15, 2014
There weren't many people in management that genuinely cared about the workers, if they cared they were quickly fired or quit. Many coworkers feared management. CNA's had more rights than nurses. Hostile work enviornment. Nothing positive from this employer.
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easy job
Dietary Aide (Former Employee), Green Bay, WISeptember 15, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: no healthcare
also lots of turnover. management not steady. free lunch. asked to do more then normal job description.
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IF YOU WANT TO GET FIRED FOR NOTHING, APPLY HERE.
DON (Former Employee), Green Bay, WISeptember 15, 2014
Pros: nothing
Cons: everything
This place is a total disgrace and is gives all nursing homes a bad name. Everything is dysfunctional and the will fire you with no warning and for no GOOD reason. I was in a salary position and was told that I wasn't working enough, even though I was there by 8 and didn't get to leave until around 7PM. That was their only excuse. I consider it a blessing – more... in disguise because now I can actually find a functional and professional place to work. Do yourself a favor and apply elsewhere. – less
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Executive director horrible!!!
Lpn (Former Employee), Ft Myers flSeptember 14, 2014
Cons: management
The executive director thought she was way more important than she was. Talked down to staff very disrespect able. Third shift nurse sleeps half the shift but that's ok because she helps get residents into the facility. Everyone in management thinks they do no wrong. If you kiss their butt your ok.
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Administrator didn't have a clue
Management (Former Employee), Cherry Hill, NJSeptember 14, 2014
Pros: some of my coworkers
Cons: not enough time to mention
Administrator was a young kid who was a corporate puppet. Expected frontline staff to work well under budget. Most if not all of the Department heads were rude and for themselves. Expected department heads to do many jobs
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poor resident care and nursing does not care
LPN (Former Employee), Carlisle, PASeptember 12, 2014
Pros: a job
Cons: poor resident care and lack of communication
I worked here for the longest 3 months I could imagine. Unprofessional. I could not say enough other than RUN AWAY. Its such an awful experience and heaven forbid you ask for help or try to correct things we only wish Department of Health would see!
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AWESOME
CNA/Caregiver (Former Employee), Midwest City, OKSeptember 11, 2014
AWESOME! As I've stated before, HCR Manor Care has been one of the best places I've ever worked!
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We walk as a team
Nurse Supervisor (Current Employee), HCrManor care mountainsideSeptember 9, 2014
The management is fair I really do not have much to say typical day work is like every other place

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About HCR ManorCare

HCR ManorCare, Inc. is a leading provider of short-term post-acute and long-term care. We have a nationwide network of more than – Read more