Providing quality care to patients. who are on the road to a healty recovery
Unit Clerk (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FL – February 3, 2014
Pros: my schedule
Very busy, making sure patients are seen by medical every day keeping up with filing, consults, putting in labs, answering the phones ordering medical records, and providing excellent care to our patients
keeps staff inform of upcoming events by providing all staff meeting frequently
When a patient has finished their rehab and know that they have completed a journey can now focus on a better way of living and truly know the triggers that bought them to our facility. To encourage them while they are with us, as long as there is hope there is life. This is the most enjoyable part of my job is to give encouragement. – less
Ob/Gyn Receptionist (Current Employee), Suffolk, VA – January 4, 2014
Pros: small company values
Cons: small company limited opportunity
it's all about the patients. from central registration to individual specialties your care is our commitment. I learned to be compassionate to others while serving needs. my co-workers work hard to compliment each other's in our task. we had fun and laughed often. the hardest part of my job was finding the time to spend with each patient and their need. – more... the most enjoyable part of my day is seeing the smile on our patients face when we have accomplished their and our goals with a smile. – less
Barista (Former Employee), Marysville, CA – December 23, 2013
Pros: free 16 oz drink
My first job. Was trained for about a week for day shifts and 2 months after I started working Graveyards. Coworkers made me feel like part of the team. I felt involved with my work. Had a Urban feel to it and the environment was wonderful. very busy. The hardest part would've been being by myself on a busy night where there was a concert close by. – more... The most enjoyable part of the day was when i had time to get to all the customers and maintain a clean work area. – less
REHAB ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Ithaca, NY – August 8, 2013
Pros: excellent benefits, paid time off, and double time on holidays. there was always opportunities for overtime if you wanted it.
Cons: sometimes short staffing, stress, at the community residence if you were the only staff on you couldn't leave the property.
My typical day when I first started with Lakeview was to arrive at the community residence, and have a shift review with the other staff. Then to go out in the house and check in with the residence. Then to ensure that the ingredients for the dinner were available. I would also meet with my clients, I had 4 on my caseload. We would talk about different – more... goals they had on their service plans. Depending on the day I would assist the residence with packing their medications.
Later when I moved to the apartment program I would go out into the community and meet with the residence in apartments that were rented by Lakeview. This was the 2nd level of independence where staff would assist residents with continuing their goal of living on their own. Residents would come to the office to meet with staff to pack their medications. The rest of the interaction would be at their apartment or in the community. I had 6 to 7 residents on my caseload while at the apartment program level.
I learned how to write a billable note. The service plans were developed so that proof could be showed that residents were working on their independence. These bills were then submitted to medicaid for reimbursement for the agency. I also learned a lot about myself. I have a better understanding of mental illness as well as drug addiction.
For the most part management were really approachable. I never felt intimidated, or that my input was not valuable.
All my coworkers were all great to work with. They also taught me a lot. They were a great source of support. We would all help each other with writing billable notes when we had interactions with their residents.
The hardest part of of working at Lakeview was knowing what a resident wanted to do and not being able to tell them what to do. It is hard because you didn't want to watch them struggle with their illness, but they needed to make those connections for themselves.
The most enjoyable part of working with Lakeview was my interactions with the residents as well as my coworkers. I was also able to go on trips with residents to different places such as Mystic Connecticut. – less
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Clifton, NJ – July 18, 2013
Pros: time goes by fast
Cons: all walkins are welcome- it should be my appointments only unless patient is sick.
Answering high volume of phone calls a day, preparing patients chart, patient vital signs along with physical examination, take blood pressure and blood depending on which test will be done for that patient. Assist the physician with infant vaccines and physical examinations.
Activity Aide (Former Employee), Gulfport, MS – April 1, 2013
Pros: great people to work with. full-filling job, knowing i helped people.
Cons: residents i cared for passing away. low pay and no benefits.
I felt very humble working with elderly dementia and alzheimers patients.I was very motivated to make their days full of happiness. my co-workers were a special bunch of people,very compassionate and helpful.It takes a special person to work in a nursing home. The hardest thing about my job was bonding with a resident and then see them pass away.
nurse (Former Employee), Bountiful, Ut – February 9, 2013
Cons: management, staffing
I worked there for over 30 years. The recent management does not value their employees. The staffing is horrible, the director doesn't no who she has given the day off too. If you cross management they try to ruin you.
Resident Assistant / School Aide (Former Employee), Waterford, WI – January 29, 2013
Pros: flexable scheduls, residents are great
Cons: low pay, when i passed my boards management said there not hiring any lpns any longer, pay is low, benifits are not good either
Employees there are great to work with, management changes constantly creating new rules all the time, the hardest part of the job is you have to be quick and be on your toes at all times while there because patients tend to get physical.