RN, BSN (Former Employee) – kindred central – February 7, 2016
You will always be understaffed and continue to have a full patient load and they will continue to accept admissions. worked there for 18 months, sewage flooded first floor twice, sewage smell in icu. there were also three fires, two nurses fired for stealing drugs. no hospital security, so night shift your on your own. Reports of RN's sleeping on the job go unrectified, even though we have several pictures of them sleeping, they promoted one to nightshift charge nurse!!!
Certified Nurse Aid/ Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 7, 2016
You worked from 6am to 6pm.Same hours every shift so you knew your hours.Good insurance,There was room for advancement I went from just CNA work to doing also Phlebotomy.Id have to give it an excellent rating.
Used my Phlebotomy, good hours, Nurses were awsome
We were short handed so it was tough getting all the bed baths done.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Westborough, MA – February 5, 2016
Worked with alzheimer and dementia patients. I also worked in the kitchen as a dietary aide and helped provide food for the residents. I was an Activity Assistant as well, where I helped the residents enjoy their day.
Student (Former Employee) – Melbourne, FL – February 5, 2016
Be there very early around 4am. Prepare your cart for your rounds. Obtain the patient list and the type of blood test needed to be drawn. Obtain the blood from patients. Label the blood specimen. Take the specimen to the lab in a timely manner. Centrifuge or Aliquot the specimen. Process the specimens into the computerized system. Loved the Laboratory Staff. They made me feel like family. Would definitely love doing this again.
having to get up very early to do this kind of job
Program Manager IS PMO (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 31, 2016
The post acute care business is a very tough business. Most of the revenues come from Medicare and Medicaid which are highly regulated. It seems that every year brings new challenges due to reimbursement rate changes. Normal less than more.
always understaffed, under appreciated, give write ups like they go out of style. no structure in management, management will lie straight to your face, bottom line they will throw you under the bus, just to cover their butts, even if you didn't do anything wrong.
management, write you up for every little thing, really bad pay for the work you do, unapprieciated.
PAYROLL SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 29, 2016
A typical day goes fast pace, my co-workers are wonderful. The hardest part about the job is delegating the work. I loved my job because I knew the payroll system like the back of my hand. I could not make the overall review higher because the site would not let me.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Havertown, PA – January 27, 2016
I really enjoy working with this group. Very classy and they care for their patients as well as their employees. I really enjoy meeting all of the new people be it physicians, patients, family members or new employees. Kindred is the place to be.
Very nice place to work, residents are amazing, but the management is a little off
Resident Assistant (Former Employee) – Kaukauna, WI – January 25, 2016
serve dinner, clean dishes, play an activity with the residents, get residents ready for bed, give out medications before and during dinner, and again before bed, also showered residents if needed and cleaned the rooms and did laundry. management changed halfway through my time working there and the new RD didn't really know what she was doing, we knew more than she did. she fired people because she wanted a new set off staff so she wouldn't feel compared to the old one. played favorites. co workers were amazing except a few, i and other staff reported abuse and neglect and nothing happened and the once that we reported got promoted but still abused and neglected a bed bound resident they had there.
fun atmosphere, became friends with a lot of my coworkers, we were like a small family
couldn't take a break third shift, only one person on third shift, i felt that was unsafe, bad for those nights a bunch of call lights went off, management
District Director of Sales and Marketing (Former Employee) – Florida – January 23, 2016
Solid company agile to adapt to market changes. Very hard working dedicated employees. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that patients are being connected with excellent care for a multitude of complex medical issues.