Lexington Health Care Center Employee Reviews

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Very poorly staffed.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Lexington, NCApril 7, 2015
Pros: clean place to work
Cons: patient ratio is too high
Most of the time I had ten rooms, with more than 18 patients. Many times we did not even get a lunch break. I strongly suggest not working here.
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would have been the perfect work place if they would have kept their promises on things
receptionist (Former Employee), Lexington health care Lexington ncFebruary 22, 2015
Pros: free food and employee events
Cons: rude staff
Was recently out on maternity leave and they didn't hold my job for me. I was under the impression that I was coming back to work.
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A great first place to work as a CNA
Medical Office Assistant (Former Employee), Lexington, NCJanuary 27, 2015
I learned a lot working at Lexington Healthcare Center and I will carry those skills on with me to other jobs in the future. Even though management was not as good as it could have been, I still enjoyed my days and got the best experience in my 2 years there.
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I enjoy it
Physical Therapist Assistant (Current Employee), Lexington, MASeptember 18, 2014
Pros: great staff, friendly environment
Cons: cnas are not that great.
This is my SNF i have worked at so i dont know what to compare it to. To me the pay is good and the hours are whatever i want them to be. The DOR is nice and upbeat.
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Productive workplace
Assist patients (Current Employee), Lexington, NCSeptember 12, 2014
Pros: free breakfast
Cons: short staffed
A typical day at work includes providing essential care to residents. I've learned to be patient with my residents and to always provide the most quality care for them. The management in the facility is – more... very well organized and my co-workers are very helpful. The hardest part of my job would be losing patients that I've built relationships with. The most enjoyable part of my job would be interacting with my patients on more personal levels. – less
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Good co-workers
C.N.A./ Rehab aid (Former Employee), Lombard, ILMay 1, 2014
Is a good place to start as a C.N.A. Is a clean place and they work hard to keep the staffing
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worse place to work
cna (Former Employee), Lexington, NCMarch 16, 2014
Staffing has major effect on the facility, turnover rate increases each week, administrative staff is intolerable they do not know how to run the facility.
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Worst place I have ever worked
CNA (Former Employee), Lexington, NCJanuary 3, 2014
Pros: pay
Cons: everything besides the paycheck
Worked here for a year
Too many residents to one CNA
Management is uncaring and unhelpful
Short staffed EVERY day
The reason the pay is better is because thats the only way people will stay
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Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Streamwood, ILJune 7, 2013
Pros: n/a
Cons: too much load of residents assigned to cna
I worked here for more than a year, it was fine, because I work for people with Alzheimers residents. I feed some, and assisted them on their personal needs.
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Assisting Residents
Program Administrator (Former Employee), Lombard, ILFebruary 16, 2013
Pros: working with the elderly
Cons: losing a resident
Create monthly activities for residents based on level of care.
Schedule outings, entertainment, and special ocassion events.
Compliance with state standards
Encourage staff memember to maintain a positive attitude at all times.